>Message: 1
>Date: 26 Dec 2001 11:12:54 -0800
>From: "Fritz Hayes" <fhayes@spiritone.com>
> Subject: RE: V5R1M0 and you...
>Organization: Atwater Associates
>Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com
>
>One question and maybe an answer:
>
>Doesn't the LAN console require a dedicated LAN card?
Honestly don't know - BUT when I dug through the DOCS, it said something
about the 270 and 8xx series being the ONLY supported units.  If this
requires the Ethernet being plugged into a specific card - I'm looking
into it!  (I love toys!)

>On the Internet PTFs, the V4 way was to connect via web browser, then
do
>an automated FTP transfer from IBM to your PC, which flows through to
>the AS/400 using Client Access file transfer (all automated).  Ended up
>as a Savf on the 400 so you had to apply the PTF from a Savf source.

Well - I'm looking into it - frankly - the docs are a little unclear -
the ECS software CD didn't install anything on the AS/400 even though it
said I could... I'm looking into it...

>Message: 5
>Subject: Re: V5R1M0 and you...
>To: midrange-l@midrange.com
>From: Tawbrey@ascend-tech.com
>Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2001 13:18:06 -0600
>Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com


>Andrew,
>
>Just  a minor change to the list you supplied, the SNTP in V5R1 will
not
>sync your system time with the atomic time clocks. Take a closer look
at
>the memo to users, I believe this feature can only be used in
applications.
>
>Thanks,

>Tony Awbrey
>Technical Support Specialist

>IBM Certified Specialist --
 >iSeries Technical Solutions Design V4R5
 >iSeries Solution Sales V4R5
 >Domino for AS/400

Sorry - I didn't read the memo.  What it's doing on my system now;  It's
synchronizing with the Navy SNTP server as we speak and synchronizing
the system if I'm over 100 microseconds off.  Since the AS/400 clock
isn't THAT accurate, and frankly there's got to be 100 microseconds
between asking for the time, and setting it on the AS/400 it sets itself
on the hour... hold on - I'll attach part of the log...
<snip>
TCP9136 SNTP Client started.

TCP9116 12/26/01 12:18:14 PM NTP server UTC time is 12/26/01
17:18:25.831.
TCP9117 12/26/01 12:18:14 PM Software clock UTC time is 12/26/01
17:18:26.302.
TCP9119 12/26/01 12:18:14 PM Software clock set = 1 (0 = not set, 1 =
set)
TCP9116 12/26/01 1:18:17 PM NTP server UTC time is 12/26/01
18:18:28.195.
TCP9117 12/26/01 1:18:17 PM Software clock UTC time is 12/26/01
18:18:28.349.
TCP9120 12/26/01 1:18:17 PM Software clock adjusted = 1  (0 = not
adjusted, 1 = adjusted)
</snip>
I told my boss about this - he was a little excited about this, since we
make log records that directly link back to people's pay... "Hey you
were late" NO - the PC said I was ON-TIME...

Here's a link to play with/Drool at...
http://www.bookcase.com/library/software/win9x.winsock.sntp.html this is
a Windows SNTP clock setter... it may not be freeware/shareware - so
follow all laws etc...



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Subject: Re: V5R1M0 and you...
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
From: Tawbrey@ascend-tech.com
Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2001 13:18:06 -0600
Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com


Andrew,

Just  a minor change to the list you supplied, the SNTP in V5R1 will not
sync your system time with the atomic time clocks. Take a closer look at
the memo to users, I believe this feature can only be used in
applications.

Thanks,

Tony Awbrey
Technical Support Specialist

IBM Certified Specialist --
 iSeries Technical Solutions Design V4R5
 iSeries Solution Sales V4R5
 Domino for AS/400

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