Have you tried basic networking tasks? Is the PC on the same subnet as
the server? If not, is there a firewall or ACL's on the router between
the client and server? Is the iSeries in your DNS/WINS servers? Have
you tried to just ping your iSeries and use a basic telnet client to
connect? On the iSeries, verify what IP address and port your Telnet
server is listening on and did you configure SSL for telnet. Perhaps
your PC client is trying SSL and that is not running on port 992
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Subject: RE: Client Access Connectivity and Telenet
All good info like the others, but no. There were no messages
QSYSOPR. QINTER is running, and I can telnet on the console back to
and the new device does come up in QINTER.
CRTDEVDSP is on the machine, and I can prompt the command.
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