AS/400 distribution not working

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AS/400 queue
AS400 distribution
SNDNETF
I have setup destribution between 2 as400 systems, I have created queue both side and inroll user in dir entry , QSNADS is also active but i am not able to send the file from one system to another.  when i use SNDNETF i receive the file on the same system.

Please advise what else i am missing and what else i need to do ???



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  • TomLiotta
    Can you issue STRPASTHR to start sessions between the systems? Generally, when sufficient communications exists to start passthru sessions, you have a base that other facilities can be built upon. That's not guaranteed, but it can help us in knowing where we're starting from. Tom
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  • wpoulin
    Now, Just a thought, but are you entering the address of the system you are sending to ? Thanks, Bill Poulin
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  • pdraebel
    Do you have entries for the systems in your directory entries ? On SystemA you would need a *ANY SystemB entry and on SystemB a *ANY SystemA entry. Than you should SNDNETF FILE(FILE) TOUSRID((anyUser SYSTEMB)) The anyUser would not even need to exist on system A.
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