Try your system IP address, with :2001. eg, http://192.456.789.4:2001 and see what you get. :)




Burns, Bryan wrote:
If I put our system IP address in a browser, I get our system home page which is a default page written by IBM. This might be a pipe dream, but is there something I could I do with this page to make it useful, allowing for the fact that I don't know HTML, but I'm willing to learn it? This might some naïve but the our QHTTPSVR is running is only because one of apps needs it (marginally).
For example, what would be involved in listing help desk procedures, support availability or scheduled downtime on our home page?

If you've been down this road before, I'd love to hear about it.

Thanks,

Bryan Burns
iSeries Specialist
ECHO, Incorporated
Lake Zurich, Illinois

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