You can use the SAVRSTxxx commands to save from one AS/400 and restore on
another.  You will need to see what special setup you need for your network
and you will need the ObjectConnect option of SS1 installed on both systems.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Randall" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2002 11:53 AM
Subject: Backup Over A Network?

> I have never seen this actually work, but I thought I had heard of a
> backup process utilizing network connections. In other words overnight I
> could backup some portion of my AS/400 in a different location via some
> WAN link.
> Has anybody done something like this? Obviously it could take an immense
> amount of bandwidth, but is it feasible? Would it be possible utilizing
> some type of disk synchronization?
> Bob Randall
> Airxcel, Inc.
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