• Subject: Re: 5394 and V.35 lines
  • From: Larry Bolhuis <lbolhuis@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2000 23:23:54 -0500
  • Organization: Arbor Solutions, Inc

Ah, Since the line was in use then the CSU/DSU's are not as suspect nor
is the line.  It is possible that the port needs to be changed but often
both are live (just don't use both at once!). Very likely then the
problem is in the configs - one end or the other.  So it's likely
NRZ/NRZI the Exchange ID/Station address (they are related for 5394) on
the controller description or the point/multipoint settings on the line
description.  Also remember for 5394 you must manually create the WS and
Printer devices on the AS/400 side as well.

 - Larry

Lou Schmaus wrote:
> Larry,
> As near as I can tell, the line is actually 56K. At least, that's what the
> CSU/DSU's show on their display. And since they recently disconnected the
> SNA server(they couldn't get printing to work right, that's what started
> this whole mess), I can assume it is really a 56K line. The CSU/DSU's have
> both a V.35 and an RS232 interface on the rear, so I may need to get into
> the config there and tell it which interface I'm plugging the cable into.
> A previous post got me into a Supportline Tech document for the 5394, and I
> need to have a serial # over 55000, and maybe an updated microcode diskette.
> Unfortunately, the AS/400 itself is in the office of the client's software
> vendor, and their tech guys haven't gone out of their way to be available in
> working with me on the config. I think maybe someone's toes got stepped on
> when I was asked to help out on this.

Larry Bolhuis
Arbor Solutions, Inc.
(616) 451-2500
(616) 451-2571 -fax
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