maybe to see it NetServer is running:
Starting and Ending IBM i NetServer - Any configuration changes made to
IBM i NetServer, with the exception of share and session administration,
do not take effect until the you stop and then start the server. You
must have *IOSYSCFG authority to use the following to end and start IBM
CALL QZLSENDS PARM(X'00000000')
CALL QZLSSTRS PARM('0' X'00000000')
Determining if IBM i NetServer is Running - Use the Work with Active Job
(WRKACTJOB) command to verify that there is a QZLSSERVER job running
under the QSERVER subsystem. If the QZLSSERVER job is not active, you
must start IBM i NetServer.
IBM i NetServer Connections - Using the Work with TCP/IP Network Status
(NETSTAT *CNN) command you should see the following entries. If these
connections do not exist, restart IBM i NetServer.
* * netbios > 001:27:44 Listen
* * netbios > 000:00:01 *UDP
* * netbios > 000:00:00 *UDP
* * netbios > 000:30:57 Listen
For OS/400 releases that support CIFS (Common Internet File System)
protocol over TCP/IP, you will also see the following entry:
* * cifs 001:27:32 Listen
Note: The NETSTAT command output may be many pages in length.
I also recall some netserver "tools" here:
Paul Nelson wrote on 12/30/2015 9:20 AM:
And IBM couldn't help, even though they were being paid.