How much RAM have you got?  Less than 256 is a bad thing.   Windows ME has
lots of memory leaks. Icons turning black first is a dead give away of
memory leaks.


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Booth Martin http://www.MartinVT.com
Booth@MartinVT.com
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From: midrange-l@midrange.com
Date: Wednesday, December 05, 2001 11:11:25 PM
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject: AS/400 Access via the Internet
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Little background. I was connecting to the company AS400 over the internet
via a VPN connection. I had a DSL connection with DSL modem attached to PC.
Not sure if it matters, but I running Windows ME and connecting with Client
Access Express 5.0. Connection to AS400 worked fine.
Recently I set up a network at home. PC now is connected to hub via
Ethernet connection. I have a new DSL modem attached to the hub. I connect
to the internet just as before with no problems. I can connect to my AS400
using VPN connection. My problem is that after about 7-10 minutes my
session goes down on the AS400. The job stays active, but screen turns all
black. It seems that the more activities I perform on the AS400, the faster
I lose my connection. Its seems that there is some buffer of some sort that
once it gets filled, I lose the session, but that is just a guess.
The network guys at work set the network up and made some changes to Network
settings on my pc. They do not know why am I losing my connection. Other
programmers are connecting through same hub, only difference is that they
are using cable modems instead of DSL.
Are there any additional settings I need to check on my PC, my VPN
connection, or hub? Any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Lester
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