Client Access

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Client Access 5.4
I cannot get a signon screen thru Client Access...... Current setup...... TCP/IP iSeries is 192.168.1.2 Router address is 66.102.238.245 Router gateway is 66.102.238.246 Primary DNS 74.40.74.41 Secondary DNS 74.40.74.40 (Actually these are different from actual but stated for example purposes) To configure Router and set up port forwarding is 192.168.1.1 In a DOS prompt I CAN............ Ping 66.102.238.246 successfully CWBPING 66.102.238.246 returns 10060 socket error Cannot ping 192.168.1.2 CAN..........in DOS prompt Telnet 66.102.38.246 and get a sign on screen CANNOT statr a 5250 session to 192.168.1.2 CANNOT start a 5250 session to 66.102.238.246 I have tested the port forwarding ports for 66.102.238.246 and ports are indeed open...... ports open are 23 and ports 8470 thru 8476 I have tried setting a static addresson my PC to 192.168.1.XX I have also tried setting it obtain a dynamic address Do I need to set my PC to a static address and if so, what do put in for default gateway? and do I need to input the DNS server addresses? What am I missing?

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Client Access V5.4

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  • TomLiotta
    "CANNOT statr a 5250 session to 192.168.1.2" Assuming you're outside of the router, you'll never connect to an address like that without some kind of VPN tunnel. If you have any success (without VPN), it'll be with the 66.102.38.246 address. "CWBPING 66.102.238.246 returns 10060 socket error" What was the result of following the instructions in the message? Tom
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    Note that if addresses are used, then the DNS info is not relevant. You can ignore anything about DNS unless you're using host names. -- Tom
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  • ckidder
    Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\Users\Connie>CWBPING 50.102.238.246 IBM iSeries Access for Windows Version 5 Release 4 Level 0 Connection Verification Program (64-bit) (C) Copyright IBM Corporation and Others 1984, 2005. All rights reserved. U.S. Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp. Licensed Materials - Property of IBM To cancel the CWBPING request, press CTRL-C or CTRL-BREAK I - Verifying connection to system 50.102.238.246... E - CWBCO1003 - Sockets error, function connect() returned 10060 E - CWBCO1048 - A time-out occurred trying to connect to the iSeries E - CWBCO1006 - Unable to connect to server mapper E - CWBCO1011 - Remote port could not be resolved E - CWBCO1008 - Unable to connect to server application Central Client, returned 10060 E - CWBCO1003 - Sockets error, function connect() returned 10060 E - CWBCO1048 - A time-out occurred trying to connect to the iSeries E - CWBCO1006 - Unable to connect to server mapper E - CWBCO1011 - Remote port could not be resolved E - CWBCO1008 - Unable to connect to server application Network File, returned 1 0060 Cancel requested E - CWBCO1006 - Unable to connect to server mapper E - CWBCO1011 - Remote port could not be resolved W - CWBCO1017 - Connection verify to system 50.102.238.246 cancelled C:\Users\Connie>
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  • TomLiotta
    I have no problem connecting with iSeries Access to this system: System . . . . . : 10173EC Subsystem . . . . : QBASE Display . . . . . : QPADEV0003 If you cannot connect, it's either because your AS/400 has started services or the router or firewall has been opened. Try again. If you are still unable to connect, then the problem is on your end. The router or firewall on your end is probably blocking the needed ports. Be sure your Windows firewall isn't interfering. And please be sure to sanitize IP addresses before posting in the future. Tom
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  • ckidder
    THANK YOU.........IT WORKS......
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