All,

Many thanks for your replies,

I should have mention it before, 
but all our controllers for the outgoing communications
are "normal" APPC-controllers ( linktype = *LAN not *ANYNW).

We have Anynet allowed because we have some remote workstation controllers.
There I have indeed an entry in the host table.
Not for the connections in question. ( working or not )
There is only an entry in the QAPPNRMT configuration list for them. 

I've checked the other parties and only one of them is using Anynet 
for the same reason.
On neither of the machines is there an entry in the host table.

So my big question remains : where is the relation defined between the 
SNA definitions and the IP-address ?

TIA


Chris

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