What is the effect(s) of having a static or non-static IP on the PC, I think
this should have effect at some point if the PC is rebooted.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Berg, Dan" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 2:58 PM
Subject: RE: How to FTP an IFS file to the PC local drive

> I thought I had read on this list before, that you could define one of
> your NT/*nix servers to the AS/400 and just do a "cpytopcd" and then
> set up a *.bat file on the PC to access the file on the "defined" server.
> Please correct my memory if I am wrong.   :)
> And if I am correct, Please share more detail (I haven't done it).
> Dan
> -----Original Message-----From:
> Subject: Re: How to FTP an IFS file to the PC local drive
> Hi all,
> Thanks a lot for all the inputs.
> Is there anyway I can get around that, without having to installed any
> additional server-daemon-shareware program?
> If not, I'll certainly go look for that Serv-U shareware (I better let my
> first).
> Thanks again... have a nice breezy day.
> JeanR
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