• Subject: Re: DDM - Is TCPIP faster or better than SNA?
  • From: Chris Bipes <chris.bipes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2000 11:32:17 -0800
  • Organization: CrossCheck, Inc

Sorry for the misunderstanding.  You first need to configure TCP/IP on all 
machines.  It is not that difficult though there are several steps to it.  I 
assume you have the LAN configured.  Try  CFGTCP command.  You need to get an 
IP address for each of your systems.  If you already have a TCP/IP LAN with 
your PC, you need to talk with the Administrator of that to get address that 
will not conflict.

I can help more on Monday if necessary.

Chris Bipes
CrossCheck, Inc.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Pascal Bellerose" <pbellero@portbec.com>
To: <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Sent: Friday, November 24, 2000 11:08 AM
Subject: RE: DDM - Is TCPIP faster or better than SNA?


By the way Chris, I'm looking for the configuration setup I need to create a
TCPIP link between a 720 and a F10 through a TCPIP LAN.  Both are virtually
connected to the LAN, but can't find a way to transfer DDM files through
that wire.  Actually I know almost nothing about SNA(which is the protocol
used by the 720 to communicate with a remote S40) and it's the same thing
with DDM files.

Actually my question would be more like this : How the hell can I transfer
files between to AS/400 over TCPIP??? 

Pascal Bellerose
Programmeur-Analyste
TÚl. : (418) 657-6505
Courriel : pbellero@portbec.com
Groupe Gesco Star inc.

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