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Shahar Mor, iSeries/i5 PC/Windows connectivity expert, has been answering Search400.com's member questions for more than five years. Shahar has seen many of the same issues and concerns asked again and again. Therefore, we've compiled the top 10 ... Continue Reading
What do you do when you need to encrypt information flowing between iSeries servers and desktops? Here are a couple ideas. Continue Reading
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Learn how to use a TCP/IP exit point program and create log to record log-ins. Continue Reading
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When the HTTPS 443 port is not accessible from interned but is open within the local network, open the port for incoming connections by recognizing the problem as a network firewall issue rather than an iSeries issue. Continue Reading
In this tip, Search400.com member Vengoal Chang shares the RTVTCPSTS command source to help you retrieve the TCP/IP status. Continue Reading
Learn which TCP servers have the auto start attribute set to *yes. Continue Reading