You're right that the initial program won't help you, but what about a
previous post about the telnet exit point? IIRC PowerTech has software
that can monitor and restrict telnet sessions by IP address. So if
someone's trying to get in from outside you can block them before they
get to the signon screen.
Of course that won't help if these are internal users, unless they're on
a subnet that shouldn't have access in the first place. I do think that
the PowerTech software has some tracking and reporting mechanism in it
Maybe John Earl will chime in...
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From: rob@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:rob@xxxxxxxxx]
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To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: CPF1397 - Subsystem QINTER varied off work station
QPADEV001Tfor user ERBERBERBE.
That wouldn't buy us a darned thing. If they can't log on they cannot
execute INLPGM(...), eh?
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Re: CPF1397 - Subsystem QINTER varied off work station QPADEV001T for
I have a similar command and have thought about making it part of the
initial program so we can log the IP address - write it to the job log
and maybe also to file. One of these days.... when time permits.
rob@xxxxxxxxx 09/17/2008 6:57:45 AM >>>
But it doesn't. We have a command and program called DSPIPADR. It
great on sessions that are in the status of active or signon display,
not those that are just varied on or off. And it uses format DEVD0600.
The journaling will have to do. Would have been nice if the above did