Re: Need Help defining an AS400 with an IP address to the mainframe
- From: chrismason@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Chris Mason)
- Date: 28 Apr 2006 12:42:48 -0700
It was ever thus - or at least as long as I have been contributing to "fora"
such as the IBM-MAIN list/group.
As far as Thomas is concerned I know I am - and I suspect Pat at least is -
twiddling my/his thumbs until Thomas comes back to us with sufficient
details for us to be able to work on as he has more or less promised - see
his post of Monday, 24 April, 2006 6:57 PM - as we eagerly scan each post
with the Subject title.
It's part of the fun of participating in these gatherings that such
wonderful tangents develop and I hope some of the 2000 plus attendees gets
something out of these often arcane discussions. Take the recent - and still
ongoing - one sparked by needing to resolve the input to the linkage editor
that exposed every last aspect of the REP card. On the other hand there's
been the one about "offensive language" as perceived by the so-called "net
nannies", the tone of which I tried to lift to no avail :-)
I do hope Thomas doesn't consider it "bad form" to drag us back to the
business discussion. We await his next input - but we won't (a)bate our
breath I think.
Actually, it's not at all certain that the contention implicit in your first
sentence is correct, that is, the "using IP" part. That's some indication of
how far we haven't really got with this query.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ed Rabara" <ed.rabara@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, 28 April, 2006 9:01 PM
Subject: Re: Need Help defining an AS400 with an IP address to the mainframe
know.<grin>On Fri, 28 Apr 2006 09:34:17 -0300, Shmuel Metz (Seymour J.) wrote:
In <LISTSERV%200604271457227622.06C4@xxxxxxxxxxx>, on 04/27/2006
at 02:57 PM, "Patrick O'Keefe" said:
Actually, I think it never held up. As far as I know a node has
always been hardware and a PU has always bee a program
In such boxen there was no node type or PU type independent of the
Thomas Lawrence wrote to the list asking for help to define an AS/400 to
VTAM using IP. Based on the sample he provided, it appears that his
current VTAM connection is Token-Ring to a 3745 TIC.
Someone suggested that the latest OS/400 might support connecting to VTAM
using Enterprise Extender. The discussion went off on tangent from there.
Question to Thomas: Have you been able to pose to your AS/400 counterpart
whether support for Enterprise Extender (EE) is now available on the
version of OS/400 on the "new" machine? Inquiring minds want to
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