At startup, I get CPIB683, The AS/400 Support for Windows Network Neighborhood (AS/400 NetServer) was unable to...
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start. Reason code 10, return code 3. Then AS/400 Support for Windows Network Neighborhood (NetServer) QSxxxxxxx ended. I do not have a QSxxxxxxx object or an IP address for it. How and where do I create this and what route info do I need. Current IP seems to be addressed through the NetWare card.
1. The QSxxxxxx is the default AS/400 NetServer name. This name is composed from Q and the system name. You can choose to set to different name using Operations Navigator NetServer configuration.
2. The problem you see is caused by timing issues (most of the time) look here for an explanation and solution.
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