Thanks for the input.
On 19 Nov 2000, at 18:04, email@example.com wrote:
> Following along this idea that Nina has put forward: Somewhere along
> the line someone at your company is in charge of the AS/400 and it's
> attachment to the web.
I am in charge of the AS/400.
> Ask that person if they'd be willing to assign
> some sort of name to the machine
A name has been assigned to the machine since the 2nd day it was installed.
> and ask the ISP that deals with your
> company's IP addressing to publish that name in their DNS.
Since this is a dial up line my ISP isn't interested in talking to me about
publishing the name in their DNS.
> there's no need for you to fuss about IP addresses and ports. They
> know a lot more about what they want then we do, so it should be their
> bailiwick, anyway, in my humble opinion. . _______________________
Thanks for the suggestions. I'm not having a problem with IP addresses and
ports. I just couldn't find any documentation on where to put the domain
name to connect to in CA Express.
> Booth Martin Booth@MartinVT.com http://www.MartinVT.com
> nina jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent by: email@example.com
> 11/19/2000 09:30 AM
> Please respond to MIDRANGE-L
> To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject: Re: Connecting CA Express via Internet to
> > I'm trying to figure out how to configure Client Access Express to
> > connect to an AS/400 signon screen over the internet. The 400 side
> > is connected to the internet and I know the domain name. I'm trying
> > to figure out how to configure the remote PC. The remote PC is
> > connected to the internet and it has CA Express loaded. I have been
> > looking through the Midrange Archives for hours and I am totally
> > surprised I can't find anyone else that has answered this question
> > before. I sure would appreciate it if someone could let me know
> > without pointing me to the books since they aren't available to me
> > right now.
> hi gary,
> i haven't done it using dns, but you should be able to map it thru
> your firewall to a real ip address. then outside the firewall you'd
> use the real address, and inside you'd use the 192.168.1.1 address.
> for ports open, you need 23, 449, and about 5-6 in the 8000's (i don't
> have them handy just this minute).
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