Hello Steven,

What kind of  wiring from the controller to the terminal ?

Are you using a patch panel ?

If a patch panel, are there connection indicator lights that are on solid or
that flicker? Try swapping patch panel cables to see if the problem moves to
another device.

Try to move the two problem terminals to another port.

Or move the whole port run to another port.

Does the 5494 have a config mode like the 394 where it shows a grid of all
the devices the controller sees ?  If so, try that and see if the problem
devices show up on the grid.

Using RTVCFGSRC of the *CTL and its devices is a relatively safe way to
delete the entire controller and then recreate it. If all else has failed,
delete the controller and then recreate it.

Regards,

Steve Richter

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Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2001 6:42 AM
Subject: 5494


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> I have a remote site connected to our AS/400 by a 5494.
> Last week, 2 of the screens 'disappeared'.  They are connected to the
> controller, we have a block in the bottom left of the screen, and the
> cursor is top left, but our AS/400 won't send them a sign on screen.  I
> have tried re-addressing them, to see if Autoconfig would bring the
> screens back, but to no avail.
> Any suggestions before I consider sacrificing a black cockerel and
> immersing the controller in Holy Water???
>
> Steven Donnellan
> AS/400 Systems Manager
> IBM Certified Specialist - AS/400 Professional Operator
> Simon Jersey Ltd
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