Hi Fery!

>and from my client workstation pc the AS400 can ping with
>internet address name : AS400.mik.co.id

So on the iSeries, you have definitely got the *ADMIN instance running?
Verify it with WRKACTJOB.  On my V5R1 system, I have:
Opt  Subsystem/Job  User        Type  CPU %  Function        Status
     QHTTPSVR       QSYS        SBS      .0                   DEQW
       ADMIN        QTMHHTTP    BCH      .0  PGM-QZHBHTTP     SIGW
       ADMIN        QTMHHTTP    BCI      .0  PGM-QZSRHTTP     SIGW
       ADMIN        QTMHHTTP    BCI      .0  PGM-QYUNLANG     TIMW
       ADMIN        QTMHHTTP    BCI      .0  PGM-QYUNLANG     TIMW

If that's working, when you point your browser to
http://AS400.mik.co.id:2001 what happens?

We're presuming that you're using the original server, not Apache.  If so,
you can build a new instance: use WRKMBRPDM QATMHTTPC and option 3 to copy
one member to create another.  Then, WRKHTTPCFG and press F4 to prompt the
command.  Put in the name of the new member and you'll be able to create it.

Apache is a bit different.  To get to the Apache configuration, you'll use
WRKLNK '/' and navigate down through /www/yourservername/conf/httpd.conf.
You can edit that with option 2 on V5R1, or use the EDTF command on earlier
releases.

I hope this was of some help!
  --buck


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