• Subject: Re: Connecting CA Express via Internet to AS/400
  • From: Glenn Ericson <Glenn-Ericson@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 07:28:47 -0500



5769 CE3  and  its  related products is the   one to use. Option on
install @ 4,4


At 07:24 PM 11/18/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>Hi Mike,
>
>Thanks for asking,  I forgot to mention if I wanted to use SSL or the normal 
>CA in my first post.  Right now I am thinking I would like to use the normal 
>CA.  With this one project I am doing I really don't care if anyone sees the 
>screens or the user and password.  I would like to turn on SSL but I'm not 
>sure I have all the parts yet.  I did install the latest service pack and
the latest 
>Java update for SSL so I think the remote PC is ready for it.  On the 400 I 
>have v4r4 so that is ready to go.  In my reading I think I need one of the 
>following program products on the 400:
>
>5769-CE1 = 40bit encryption
>5769-CE2 = 56bit
>5769-CE3 = 128bit
>
>I currently don't have any of them on the 400.  I need to find out if they
came 
>with this 150 or if it's a separate billable product.  I would also need
to open 
>up what ever ports are required for SSL in Winroute.
>
>So I guess to answer your question it would be nice to know how to 
>configure a session both with and without SSL.  Today I only need a normal 
>CA connection.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Gary Kuznitz
>
>On 18 Nov 2000, at 19:45, Mike Silvers wrote:
>> Are you trying to use SSL, or are you trying to use the normal CA?
>> 
>> Mike
>> 
>> 
>> ================================
>> 
>> Mike Silvers
>
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