Albert,

Somebody posted a Support Line link just a day or two ago in another APPC
thread that looked really good. Let me know if you can't find it and I will
email you the doc (unfortunately I saved the doc but not the URL).

AFAIK, you should not have to change anything in your APPC application to
make it run over Anynet. That is supposed to be the beauty of Anynet. ;-)

Which side (mf or 400) is the source pgm and which is the target?

-Marty

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From: "York, Albert" <albert.york@nissan-usa.com>
To: "'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'" <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Subject: Anynet configuration
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 13:02:49 -0800
Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com

I am attempting to configure Anynet from an AS/400 to a mainframe. I have an
APPC program which works when I use it on SNA but I can't figure out how to
set it up for Anynet.

I have the Anynet controller and device configured, and those seem to be
working (at least I can successfully APING them), but I need help in
understanding how to put it all together, especially in configuring the ICF
file.

Does anyone have experience in this area? I would appreciate any help I can
get.

I called IBM software support and they weren't really able to help me.

Thanks,

Albert York


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