Since it is your program that is running on the PC you could
have it register with the 400 when it starts up.

Scott Mildenberger
--- Ian Patterson <ian@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks Scott, I have checked the link but I don't think it can
> help.
> The PC's in question are not signed on to the AS/400. They
> just exist on the
> same local network. i.e. no client access, emulation or any
> other connection
> other than TCP/IP.
> 
> Our program on the PC is always running and is listening for a
> call from our
> AS/400 program.  So we need the PC's address before we can
> start the comms
> session.
> 


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