Carl:

I saw this on www-912.ibm.com, 

SSL client authentication is turned on and off using the
following commands.  When SSL client authentication is
turned on, the AS/400 telnet server will authenticate both
server and client certificates when telnet clients
connect to the "telnet-ssl" port. Telnet clients that do not
send a valid client certificate when attempting to connect to
the "telnet-ssl" port will fail to establish a display or
printer session.

Activation of SSL server and client authentication on
every client connection to the "telnet-ssl" port is done
with the following command:
 CALL PGM(QSYS/QTVSRV) PARM(*SSLCERT)

De-activation of SSL client authentication reverts back to
server authentication when clients connect to the
"telnet-ssl" port.  De-activation of SSL client
authentication, is done with the following command:
 CALL PGM(QSYS/QTVSRV) PARM(*NOSSLCERT)
  ---> De-activation is the DEFAULT setting.

This link had good docs on configuring the client side.

http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas103a1687d79a2086186256cb
e00639073&rs=110

Art Tostaine, Jr.
CCA, Inc.
Jackson, NJ 08527




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