We can still print to printers via remote printer queues with no problem.
There has been several changes to our Network recently, but as we can logon to iSeries and print to the printers I did not think this affected the iSeries.
Have your network admin take care of port 512 open in the iSeries -> PC direction.BTW: The fact that the telnet is working only suggests that the network link is working properly; however, telnet works on different ports.
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