• Subject: Re: Signed on Users
  • From: rgh@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 21:54:22 -0600

If you want to see what users are signing on by ip address, you can set up
a termination exit point program for the telnet server that will log all
the accesses to the telnet server recording the virtual display device, ip,

If you would like to filter on an ip address, you can use the
initialization exit point for telnet server.

To get user exit programs for telnet server, Use the AS/400 technical
studio web server.  There is a save file with sample initialization and
termination exit programs.

   Richard G. Hartmann
   AS/400 TCP/IP, Telnet Server/Client, Workstation Gateway, Print Server
   Internet e-mail: rgh@us.ibm.com

- -----Original Message-----
From: MaryLou Atwell [mailto:matwell@interboro.k12.pa.us]


I'm in the need to set up a program on my machine to find out what time and
which users at one building actually sign on and then sign off the
AS/400.   I can find this information thru the "DSPLOG" command  with one
message ID#CPIAD12,  This lists the IP address of the machine that these
users are using.   However, I need to filter it to the one set of IP
addresses. We have the building coded with IP #'s with one range of IP
#'s.   I went to run a query, but I'm not sure what LIbraray to look for
this information in, or if that is the way to go Any help on this is really

And I decided to try you folks first before I get lost in the phone number
haze that is now IBM help line...

MaryLou Atwell - Interboro School District

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