On Wed, 05 December 2001, "Rick Rayburn" wrote:

> ?? Firewall. We have been told that 400 to 400 communication does NOT need
> any additional ports "opened" (are they already or auto opened?) for
> *anynet. Some have written to say ports 397 and 9216 must be opened. Our
> communcation contacts say not true. Word?

I haven't had an AnyNet setup for a few years, so recollections are foggy; nor 
did I need to pass through a firewall. But, if 397 (or 9216) is the proper port 
and the firewall doesn't have 397 open, I can't believe it'll ever work. There 
_has_ to be some port opened for it.

Beyond that, very basic: did you set CHGNETA ALWANYNET(*YES)? And if you did, 
is job QAPPCTCP running? (Not certain that name is correct.)

Tom Liotta

Tom Liotta
The PowerTech Group, Inc.
19426 68th Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032
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