On the I, did you try typing "ftp" and F4?
Secure parm is: Secure connection . . . . . . . SECCNN.

"Aaron Abreu" <abreual@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 03/04/08 11:24 AM >>>


I did not see a separate "list" for ftp so here
is my question,

I need to start a secure ftp session to a sequel server
that is ssl enabled.

Do I have to set up the digital certificate on the iSeries to
connect securely to the sequel site?
or can I get my secure session by using just the *ssl and *secure
options on the FTP command?

I've tried the STRTCPFTP command but get an error -95 and
have not found this code in books or searches yet.

thanks.
A Abreu





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