> This sounds like a "normal" SNA connection to me.  If I understand you
> correctly, you would like to connect to iSeries #1 using a local network
> (IP).  You would like the iSeries #1 to dial out to iSeries #2.  You would
> then like to do work on iSeries #2 using the dial connection.  I do not see
> your need for using the IP protocol for iSeries #2....
> 

The problem is my applications on iSeries #2 are Web applications, not "green 
screen" applications.

Lo

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