• Subject: RE: SNA over IP communication
  • From: "Sims, Ken" <KSIMS@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 13:48:55 -0500

Hi Alexei -

>You may have as many *ANYNW controllers as you want (with 
>different CP names) - or funnel all SNA-over-IP sessions 
>via single *ANYNW controller.

Thank you for this information.  I did not create the AnyNet controller or
set up the initial connections, though I have set up many since then, so I
was not aware of the connection between the control point name and the
AnyNet controller.

This is good not only for Chris to know, so that he can determine the proper
control point name, but also good for me if I ever decide that we should
have multiple AnyNet controllers.

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