Rich,

Some thoughts:

It could be a bogus error message in the sense that it doesn't point to
the underlying causes.  Are you logging into client access with an ID
that is also enrolled in the DST/SST passwords and has oodles of
authority in OS/400?

Have you run the CWBPING command from a DOS prompt on your PC?  Perhaps
there's a service which failed to start, even though you issued the
STRHOSTSVR command.

Regards,
Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

> Subject: Error using OpsNav to access Disk information
>
> I am trying to use OpsNav to access the 'Disk Units' section under
> 'Configuration and Service' and 'Hardware' groups.  I keep getting
> a windows that pops up and says "No service tool network interface
> found at IP address ...".
>
> I did a STRHOSTSVR *ALL to see if that would help, and I am
> still getting the message.  Does anyone know what I need
> to start or configure to get this to work?  I am running V5R1
> (client and AS/400).
>
> Thanks.
>
>
>
> Rich Herdman



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