Configure SSL on iSeries

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AS/400 administration
IBM iSeries
SSL
[em]-configure SSH on the AS400 [/em]

[em]-connect via a VPN from the desktop of a PC for a Client Access green screen session.  [/em]

[em]Ian, they will probably want to connect 400 to 400, so as to transfer compiled objects across ie no source code for ‘restricted’ modules (only a guess). They could use FTP from their 400 down to their PC then upto the Scribo 400 if they had to.[/em]  

 

Can you advise the implications of any of these suggestions as we need to be able to access the customer and be able to support them

If none of the above will work, can you suggest an alternative



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  • jinteik
    if you use v 7, you can configure ssl for your client access thru the system.. so do let us know what version you are running on
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  • TomLiotta
    Can you advise the implications of any of these suggestions... I'm not clear on what you expect for "implications". Implications for ssh are pretty much the same as implications for ssh anywhere. Implications for "connect via a VPN" are pretty much the same implications any VPN connection has. Implications for "400 to 400" are that the two systems could communicate with servers on the remote systems (though it doesn't seem necessary based on the reason you mentioned). What kinds of implications are you looking for? Tom
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