• Subject: Re: SNA over IP communication
  • From: Douglas Handy <dhandy1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 04 Jan 2001 16:50:49 -0500


>My big question is : where is the relation defined between the 
>SNA definitions and the IP-address ?

In the AS/400's host table (menu CFGTCP option 10).  For each IP address where
you will also use AnyNet, add the host name xxx.APPN.SNA.IBM.COM assuming APPN
is your network ID (verify with DSPNETA).  Substitute your name for APPN if it
is different.  The xxx portion would be the location name.  

See also WRKCFGL *APPNRMT to change the configuration list entries which APPN
needs for each remote location.

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