While trying to connect the iSeries through 5250, I recieved the following error message:
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CWBCO1049 - The iSeries server application is not started.
However, when I tried connecting to the Console from the server, I was able to connect as normal. I have v5r3 and have recently applied 8267 CUM PTF's, and I was able to connect after applyng these, until this issue. The ETHERNET lines appear fine as well.
Could the PTF has anything to do with this? Have I checked all the TCP connections?
There are two possible causes:
1.) The iSeries server application has indeed not started. Issue STRHOSTSVR *ALL. Make sure the as-signon port is in listen state:
* Option 3
* as-signon should be in listen state
2.) A firewall on the PC does not allow iSeries connections, see www-01.ibm.com/support.
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