That is what I thought... thanks for the info.

-----Original Message-----
From: Simon Coulter []
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2002 5:08 PM
Subject: Re: Information on the TCP Servers

Hello Mike,

You wrote:
>Where does this command come from? We don't have it.

><SNIP>I kind of like using WRKTCPSVR.  You can easily see which ones are
>started, which ones are configured to autostart when TCP/IP is started,
>what AS/400 jobs are associated with that server, etc. </SNIP>

I was obviously far too subtle in my earlier e-mail.  So here goes:

++++++++++++ VENDOR WARNING ++++++++++++++
WRKTCPSVR is one of the many commands in our product, ONcmd, which allows
you to do many things from the command line or in CL programs that IBM
thinks you should do using a PC GUI.  ONcmd lets you manage TCP servers,
NFS servers, HOST servers, HTTP servers, NetServer, etc.  It also has
support for validation lists, point-to-point users, setting QAQQINI
options, etc.  and works on all releases since VRM420.  You can learn more
about ONcmd at

Simon Coulter.

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