• Subject: RE: Client Access Session Dropping and Can't Re-Connect
  • From: Marco Facchinetti <facchinetti@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 00:33:35 -0800 (PST)

AS somebody already suggested try to check tpc/ip timers,
but to make them effective you need ptf. Be aware that you
have timers on TCP/IT itself and on the Telnet server.
Check with IBM since I don't remember the numbers. We had
the same problem (with express) and ptf's + change of
timers fixed the problem.

--- Joe Giusto <JGiusto@patuxent.com> wrote:
> TCP/IP
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marco Facchinetti [SMTP:facchinetti@yahoo.com]
> 
> Which type of connection?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Joe Giusto <JGiusto@patuxent.com>
> > I am running C/A V3R2M0 with service pack SF59075. 
> OS400 V4R4M0.  Using
> > named workstation.
> >
> > A session drops and I can not reconnect.  In the past,
> all I have had to
> do
> > is end the jobs that were signed into the C/A
> Workstation and then it
> would
> > free up and I could re-connect.
> >
> > Now, there is no job running under the workstation, but
> I still can not
> > connect (black screen of death is all that appears).
> >
> > Is there another place (job or subsystem to look in) on
> the system that I
> > have to reset to be able to re-use the session name?
> >
> > Thank you for any advice or hints that you can give.
> >
> > Joe Giusto II



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