• Subject: RE: Connecting CA Express via Internet to AS/400
  • From: Evan Harris <spanner@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 17:23:52 +1300

Gary,

do I understand what you are saying to mean that the address you will need 
to connect to is dynamic ? i.e. the host you want to connect to via client 
access had an IP address that is not predictable at configuration time ?

In this case I guess you'd need some kind of DNS at the client end to 
resolve the correct host address and would have to configure CA to use a 
host name.

HTH
Evan Harris
(watching this thread with interest)


>The 400 has an internal IP address of 192.168.1.1 and it's connected to a 
>lan.
>  There is a PC connected to the lan that is also connected to the 
> internet via
>dial up.  It is running Winroute as a firewall configured to route port 23 to
>192.168.1.1.  The PC is also resolving the domain name which is
>example.com to the dynamic IP address when it dials the internet.  I think I
>have all that covered.  I just need to know how to configure CA Express on
>the remote PC.

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