After drilling down the entire tree you right clicked on Management 
Central at the TOP of the tree????  You should right click on Management 
Central that is off to the right of the bottom of the tree.
However if it says it is already started when you try STRTCPSVR... then it 
should also say Started at the area off to the right.  I'll send you some 
off list screen shots...

Rob Berendt
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Group Dekko Services, LLC
Dept 01.073
PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com





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Hi Folks,

 

Have not done a whole lot with iSeries Navigator; been buried. We went 
from
a 620 running V4R5 to an 810 running V5R2 in September so previous to that
there wasn't much point. Well I am very interested in some of the stuff in
it now and am trying to use it. I get prompted to login and do that with a
profile containing *IOSYSCFG but I get an error box:

 

Unable to complete the connection to central system '172.16.10.11'

 

So am I missing something ? Is there some service that needs to be started 
?

 

In the message "details" tab  it says:

 

To start the Management Central servers (QYPSSRV and QYPSJSVR) on an 
iSeries
server, you must have authority to use Management Central on that system.
Authority to start the servers requires *USE authority to the Start TCP/IP
Server (STRTCPSVR) command. The Management Central servers usually run 
under
the security officer (QSECOFR) profile.  If this profile is disabled for 
any
reason, the servers will not start.

 

1          In iSeries Navigator, expand My Connections (or your active
environment).

2          Expand the iSeries server that you are using as your central
system.

3          Expand Network.

4          Expand Servers.

5          Select TCP/IP.

6          Right-click Management Central and select Start.

 

You can also start the Management Central servers by issuing this command
from any OS/400 command line: STRTCPSVR SERVER(*MGTC).

 

Well I do that up to step # 6 and when I right-click Management Central at
the top of the tree there is no Start option.

 

So I use the OS/400 command and get:

 

Management Central Server job was not submitted.  Reason code 01. 

Management Central Server job was not submitted.  Reason code 01. 

MGTC server not started. 

STRTCPSVR completed successfully; however errors occurred. 

 

And reason code 01 is 01 - The QYPSSRV server job is already running.

 

So I guess it is already running ?

 

Thanks !

 

Chuck

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