Configuring ETHLINE

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AS/400
AS/400 administration
WRKSPLF
I'm configuring an iSeries AS/400 for TCP. I have successfully processed these steps: - wrkhdwrsc *cmn - crtlineth lind(ETHLINE) rsrcname(CMN02) linespeed(100M) - vrycfg cfgobj(ETHLINE) cfgtype(*lin) status(*on) - wrkcfgsts cfgtype(*lin) cfgd(ETHLINE) The line is varied on. Then I typed: - cfgtcp When I choose option 1 to Work with TCP/IP interfaces, I get an error "Error occurred processing file". I did a WRKSPLF to see if there was some type of log to tell me what the problem is. How can I find out what the issue is? THANKS!

Software/Hardware used:
V6R1

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  • TomLiotta
    First is to look at the error to find what the error message ID is. It's extremely difficult for anyone to guess what to do next without knowing which message your message text came from. Many different messages can show the same text. . I would think that was a generic message. One or more specific diagnostic messages might be sent before that message. Those would be in the joblog, not in a spooled file. (They end up in a spooled file if you sent your joblog to be printed.) . After you know about any diagnostic messages, those message IDs would be more helpful. . Tom
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