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You could try just using PING. that will let you know if you at least
have TCP set up properly to talk with the outside world.

The issues that I see that aren't set up for most of my customers that use

1. They don't have any (or correct) DNS servers listed in CFGTCP option 12

2. They don't have the *SYSTEM store set up for SSL yet.

3. They don't have the proper authorities set for the keyring files in the

Other than that, installing HTTPAPI or GETURI and running a test will show
as well.

On Thu, Aug 4, 2022 at 10:58 AM James H. H. Lampert via MIDRANGE-L <
midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

You know, by now, that I don't exactly keep up with the "latest,
greatest" new OS updates.

And I'm sure by now, most of you know that we host some web services.
Including web services that are strictly HTTPS-only. And that we use
Scott Klement's HTTPAPI to access them from Midrange boxes.

Without installing any of our software on a given customer box, is there
something we can do, that will check whether that box has the
prerequisites for HTTPAPI to access our web services?

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