Greetings everyone,

Is there a way to restore the TCPIP routes only using the RSTCFG command?
What object does our beloved call-me-whatever-midrange-machine-that-runs-OS400 store the TCPIP routes?

I want to check if there were any changes to my TCPIP routes and I'm planning
to restore the configuration from different backups. I want to avoid doing a RSTCFG OBJ(*ALL) SRM(*NONE) to
my test machine.

best regards,
ian



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