How to sign on in the QCTL subsystem

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iSeries remote access
QCTL
QINTER
I need to sign on from remote (not the operations console) but need to be in the QCTL subsystem so that if QINTER is inactive I can still sign on. Do I need to change my user profile a certain way?
ASKED: May 8, 2008  1:19 PM
UPDATED: April 20, 2010  7:41 AM

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Hi,

I think your best option for this is to add a workstation entry to your QCTL subsystem, then when you connect remotely use that workstation for your session. Something like this :-

ADDWSE SBSD(QCTL) WRKSTN(RMTWS*)

Then when you connect remotely use a device name beginning with RMTWS and you should get a session in QCTL. You could also add the same workstation entry to QINTER, then you will get a session in QINTER if it’s active, or one in QCTL if QINTER is not active.

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

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  • JAC
    Hi Martin, I have exactly the same requirement. However, I have a question: I need to create devices that will meet the criteria in ADDWSE SBSD(QCTL) WRKSTN(RMTWS*) <====== Do I use WRKDEVD to add the new entries? If so wnat are the parameters? Thanks, John
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  • Gilly400
    Hi John, I think the easiest way to do this is to setup your system to autoconfigure virtual devices, then connect with ops nav / mochasoft / rumba or whatever you use for terminal emulation specifying a device name. The system should then create the necessary devices for you. Does this help? If not let me know and we'll discuss it further. Cheers, Martin.
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  • TomLiotta
    Be aware that if this is done, anyone connecting with a matching device name will be routed to QCTL. You might want to create a routing program for QCTL to limit which users are actually allowed to be running there. Tom
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