A good quick way (at least for 5250 sessions) is to look at the system log
(DSPLOG) for the periods you are interested in. It will show the user
sessions begin and end in a fairly easy to see manner.

CPF1124 00 INFO Job 331341/DN02/TOPS021 started on 04/19/07 at
07:01:08 in subsystem WINTER in WSYS. Job entered system
TOPS021 DN02 331341
04/19/07 07:01:09.024568 DN02

CPF1164 00 COMPLETION Job 331341/DN02/TOPS021 ended on 04/19/07 at
17:53:42; 5 seconds used; end code 50
TOPS021 DN02 331341
04/19/07 17:53:42.218904 DN02

The above method is a quick and dirty way... if you are only seeing login
failures in your audit journal, you may need to turn on more auditing
options to capture all the logins/logouts (system values QAUDLVL and
QAUDLVL2). I think there are fields within the audit journal these days
that you should be able to get the IP from once you have the proper QAUDLVL
options turned on.

"Kit Foust"
com> To
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[Security400] Login History
04/20/2007 12:08

Please respond to
Administration on
the AS400 /

We have an issue were we to see who was connected to the system at a
time range. I've looked through the auditing features but most of them seem
to log things such as login failures vs. being able to tell me who was on,
when, for how long, from what IP, etc. How can I get this data?

Thanks, Kit

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