Don't quote me on it... but I think it's done by going into CFGTCP, then
option 12, then entering through the screen with your current settings.





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Due to a Windows Server swap we need to flush the DNS Cache on our iSeries.
How does one go about this without IPLing or Stopping TCP and Restarting
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