Albert, I emailed you that doc. My experience with APPC has mostly been CPIC, so there was no ICF file. However, I stand by my earlier statement that you should not have to change that for Anynet. If it worked over an SDLC connection it should work over Anynet. So if both sides are source and target, I take it you have tried this both directions. Do you get any output from the target system, either direction, to indicate that the evoke/attach is making it across the TCP/IP link? You said you could APING successfully, so what is the difference between the way APING is set up and your other applications? Is is possibly something about the message lengths, like size of a write your APPC appl is doing, versus APING, that as it gets broken down and put back together going through all the networking hardware and software components of SNA -> IP -> SNA, that some buffer somewhere overflows and your guy can't run? I don't really expect for you to answer those questions - I'm just speculating aloud and throwing ideas at you. -Marty --__--__-- From: "York, Albert" <email@example.com> To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com> Subject: RE: Anynet configuration Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 14:02:20 -0800 Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org Marty, I didn't see the link so I would appreciate if you could send me the document. Actually, the AS/400 is both the target and the source. There are two different programs and ICF entries, of course. Thanks, Albert York
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