• Subject: RE: RJE over TCP/IP
  • From: "Olliges, James" <JOLLIGES@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2001 10:05:35 -0600

Albert,

  This is supposed to be possible using AnyNet DLUr (requester) support
which was added to V3R7 OS/400 as an enhancement and is in BASE V4R1 or
higher.  This support encapsulates the SNA packets for "dumb" LU type
devices as TCP/IP packets to the mainframe.  We started to implement this
functionality two years ago to eliminate the need for the 5769-CM1 product.
We later decided to use MQSeries to eliminate our RJE/NJE configuration.  I
can tell you that we were able to use AnyNet DLUr support in testing to
route basic 3270 display and print emulation session over TCP/IP.  We never
could get our RJE *SNUF devices or dependent APPC LU's to work using AnyNet.
We were told that this should work in theory using Anynet from IBM
Rochester.  Hope this helps.......

James A. Olliges
Smurfit-Stone ITD Chicago
jolliges@smurfit.com


-----Original Message-----
From: York, Albert [mailto:albert.york@nissan-usa.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 11:49 AM
To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
Subject: RJE over TCP/IP


Is it possible to configure RJE to use TCP/IP from a mainframe to the
AS/400? I know the AS/400 supports SNA over TCP/IP but I don't know if the
mainframe supports it?

Does anyone know of any documentation on this?
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