Kirk

Many thanks

Kirk Goins wrote:

Sounds like you are going to the wrong IP address...
On the systems check to make sure that The IPs are different

They are, both on the systems and in the hosts file.


and the MAC address in the Line Desc are different?

Is this the IP address for the line? if so, it seems OK




On the PC create the Session using the IP address not a name, ie instead of V3R7 us its IP x.x.x.x. If that works then look for a "hosts" file. For ME and below it's in Windows. For W2K and above its
\Windows\System32\Drivers\Etc.


Also check you DNS box.

I am not using DNS on my AS/400 and the new box is not yet registered on any external DNS.


Any other ideas?

Does anyone know why it wants to do a code conversion?

Many thanks again

Rob Dixon





Rob Dixon wrote:

I recently moved a complete operating environment from a V3R7 system to a V4R5 one. Both are now on my network.
If I use Ops Navigator in V4R5 for the new system, when I attempt to sign on, for many functions, V4R5 comes up with a new slightly enlarged Signon window which says -


"To access this resource, you need to sign on to the AS/400 system" (which is what I am trying to do!)

It then says

"Resource: Code page conversion table (285 to 437)"

Below this are the system name and fields for entering my user ID and Password, as in the standard Signon window.

However, the system name, which I cannot change, is that for my V3R7 system, not the V4R5 system to which I am trying to sign on..

Does anyone know why there might be a need for code conversion and why it wants to go to my old system?

If I have set up Ops Navigator correctly, why should an attempt to sign on to one system prompt me to sign on to the other?

I am not sure whether it is relevant but Ops Navigator was set up with my V3R7 system as the Central system. I have changed it to the V4R5 system but the problem persists. I also deleted the V4R5 connection and recreated it.

Any help gratefully received!

Many thanks

Rob Dixon

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