Our standard comm line is an Ethernet line.  What is your definition of a
standard comm line?

Also we are creating our DDM files with
See, we are using *IP and not the default of *SNA.

Rob Berendt
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                    Pat Barber
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                    midrange-l-admin@mid       Subject:     Re: What ports does 
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Are you not using a standard comm line which makes a "port" a
moot issue... What physical connection do you have between the
two machines ?

rob@dekko.com wrote:
> When DDM over TCPIP from one machine to another.
> Rob Berendt
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