AS/400 to DOS Client Access connectivity

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I currently have some DOS pc's connected via twinaxe and Ethernet running IBM client access V3R2 with the AS/400 running V5R2. I am about to upgrade the AS/400 to V5R3 and I am concerned that the client access connections may fail after the upgrade. Does anybody have DOS client access connection running on V5R3?
ASKED: December 12, 2004  5:14 PM
UPDATED: February 16, 2005  10:59 AM

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I haven’t done this, but I suspect you’ll be OK. The 5250 emulation is just that – if 5250 terminals will connect, your emulation sessions should, also. The 5250 support in OS/400 is a basic given. It shouldn’t be broken in the V5R3 release. HTH.

-M.

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  • AnynetSNADS
    You mention that your are "going to upgrade the AS400 to 5.3" If I understand correctly that cannot be done. You must have I5 hardware to run 5.3, I beleive. I would check with IBM on DOS Client Access for 5.3, it may work, but will certainly not be supported, I would think.
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