Works best: is a direct connection (firewall) from the iSeries to the Internet. If you don't have that, you can do IP forwarding. If you have only one valid IP address you can set up a non standard port to be translated to the internal IP addres of the iSeries and its www port.
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Mike wrote:

While this may not be a usual forum for this, this IS iSeries related. I am
just querying the others out here how they do it.

We have been using an outside vendor for web hosting and are just now going
to be bringing our web site in-house. From what I understand (I just jumped
in) there will be a seperate line for the web server (Windows 2003) than our
regular internet connection to keep things out of the internal network.
However, we want to do a bunch of stuff with our iSeries data (mostly
inquiry) which of course is in the internal network. How have you setup your
connection for things like this? We have ideas, but have no idea what works
best in practice.



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