How to find the IP address of the system from which user had logged in

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AS/400
AS/400 Server
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How to find the IP address of the system from which user had logged in to AS/400 server?

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V7R1, OS400

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For logged on Users: Wrkcfgsts *dev then display

For Signed Off users: use devdscr. API

 

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  • TomLiotta
    ...the system from which user had logged in to AS400 server   "Logged in" to what? The database server? FTP? telnet? remote command server? passthru? one of the other ways to "log in"?   Also, what OS versions are needing to do this on? And when do you need to know? Do you need to know during the session? Or are you wanting to create batch reports later?   Tom
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  • naresh1984
    check with netstat command  ..you can find the ip address in as/400.
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  • Dinnu
    can i have the msgid for user login to AS/400 iseries
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  • TomLiotta
    can i have the msgid for user login to AS/400 iseries   There is no "msgid" for logins unless you are asking about the *SIGNON server. The *SIGNON server will log a CPIAD0B message whenever a server signon request is received. The message data will usually contain a (1) as the request value, but you will need to determine whether any of the other values aplly to whatever you are trying to do. Many servers will log a message when the server issues a profile switch to the user profile that makes a request, but switches may happen multiple times in a session.   You need to specify which server you want to find any "msgid" for.   Tom
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