DB2 on iSeries V7R1

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Hello all,
Can any one help on communicating db2 database on iSeries (V7R1) with DB2 v9.7 client on Red Hat linux ( RHEL6) ..?
Thanks in advance.
Regards,
shankar
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Are you able to ping iSeries Server from your Linux machine?

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  • ToddN2000
    Where are you having the problem? Can you connect to the i-Series at all? What type of connection are you using ODBC or other? Do you have a valid profile for connecting to the i-Series?
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  • umashankar2a1
    Yes , They can talk to each other.
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  • ToddN2000
    What does you command to extract data look like? Are you using SQL or other method?
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  • PS2112
    What error it is showing up?

    There is one more solution for this, you can create a virtual windows machine on your Red Hat Linux machine and download IBM Data Studio, it is free of cost. You can use it for your connections to DB2 server on iSeries, or you can also download Navigator I Series on VM and connect iSeries.

    If you can let us know what error is it throughing when you are connecting from DB2 CLient? we will be able to help you out.
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  • PS2112
    http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/ibmi/administrator/db2/Installing-and-Configuring-the-Linux-for-iSeries-O/

    may help you..
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