• Subject: Re: Connecting CA Express via Internet to AS/400
  • From: "Gary Kuznitz " <docfxit@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 09:42:19 -0800

Thanks Larry,

How did you know I needed those? :-)

That's great.  In WinRoute I configured port mapping for ports:
23
446-447
449
5555
8470-8480
all with a destination of 192.168.1.1 (which is the AS/400)

I'm getting an error from CA CWBC01003 - Winsock error, function 
returned 10060 that says:  "The address used for the AS/400 system was 
found, but connection to the AS/400 system failed.  Make sure TCP/IP has 
been started on that AS/400 system, and that the host servers have been 
started.  If this does not fix the problem,  verify that the IP address used to 
attempt the connection is correct for the AS/400 system.  This address is 
logged in a previous message.  Verify TCP/IP address servers (Domain 
Name Servers) are configured correctly on this PC and have the correct 
address for this AS/400 system.  If the address is incorrect, check the 
HOSTS file on your computer for errors.  

I know TCP/IP is started.  I signon locally all the time.  And I have tried 
entering in the hosts file on the PC  the IP address with the 400 name and at 
a different test the IP address with the domain name.  (Which is the same 
only it has a .com at the end)

I have been waiting for IBM for 33years to put enough information in the 
error messages for someone to be able to follow a cookbook recipe to fix a 
problem.  Will it ever happen?  Maybe some day a third party will jump on 
the band wagon and realize there is money to be made to provide solutions to 
errors encountered on the 400.

I can't imagine  there is a server that needs to be started on the 400 for 
remote TCP/IP connections that wouldn't be started for local Lan 
connections.  But obviously I am doing something wrong.

Thanks for all your suggestions.

Gary Kuznitz

On 19 Nov 2000, at 10:09, Larry Bolhuis wrote:
> > for ports open, you need 23, 449, and about 5-6 in the 8000's (i
> > don't have them handy just this minute).
> 
>   Here is the gory detail for the ports required.
> 
>  - Larry
> 
> When using Client Access over TCP/IP, the following Client Access
> ports are required to have free access:
> 
> PC Function           Server Name     Port Non-SSL    Port SSL 
> Server Mapper                 as-svrmap       449             449 
> License Management    as-central      8470            9470 
> Database Access               as-database     8471            9471 
> Data Queues           as-dtaq         8472            9472 
> Network Drives                as-file         8473            9473 
> Network Printers      as-netprt       8474            9474 
> Remote Command                as-rmtcmd       8475            9475 
> Signon Verification   as-signon       8476            9476 
> Telnet (PC5250 Emulation) telnet      23              992 
> HTTP Administration   as-admi >       2001            2010 
> POP3 (MAPI)           pop3            5010            --- 
> Management Central    as-mgtc >       5555            5566 
> Ultimedia Services    as-usf          8480            9480 
> Network Drives                as-netd         *8477           --- 
> File Transfer                 as-tran         *8478           --- 
> Virtual Print                 as-vrtp         *8479           --- 
> DRDA                  DRDA            446             --- 
> DDM                   DDM             447             448 
> AnyNet                        APPCoverTCPIP   397 (TCP and UDP) --- 
> 
> * These ports used only by 5763XK1.
> 
> If any of the above ports are restricted via a firewall or any other
> mechanism, Client Access may fail to operate. For assistance with
> configuring ports or working with a firewall beyond the above
> information, contact the firewall provider or IBM Consult Line.
> 
> -- 
> Larry Bolhuis
> Arbor Solutions, Inc.
> (616) 451-2500
> (616) 451-2571 -fax
> lbolhuis@arbsol.com



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