You can use cwbping from a Windows box to check what host servers are running.

You can also use netstat option 3 on IBM i to look for the port used by each host server - and option 8 against any of the will show you the jobs, if any, using the port.


On 12/3/2014 1:41 PM, James H. H. Lampert wrote:
On 12/3/14 10:30 AM, Krill, Coy wrote:
Have you verified that the box that's not receiving the connections
has the appropriate host servers running? And if they are running are
there any exit points to monitors that might be denying the
connections based on user or source ip?

I forgot to mention: Yes the relevant Host Servers (or at least SOMETHING using the relevant port numbers) appear to be running. (Is there a good way to verify that the ports really are running Host Servers, and not something else?

And I wasn't aware that there were any exit hooks for that, but I can investigate after lunch. How would I check for them? The only exit hooks I've ever used are the ones in our own CRM product, and they work somewhat differently from the way they work in IBM products.


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