Configuring TEC session

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    Where can I find more information on what parameters I can put in a .ptc file to configure a TEC session to our AS/400 ?

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    Hi Flip,

    I will dig out the Erricom manualls and post for you when I am back home in a few days,

    Cheers,
    -TT

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    @Flip wrote:

    Where can I find more information on what parameters I can put in a .ptc file to configure a TEC session to our AS/400 ?

    I use TEC sucessfully. The only pity is that you aren’t possible to save a session localy (with specific configuration settings). I’ve created a session with TEC. Saved it in de /tmp of the terminal.

    Then i’ve uploaded the saved data ( install UTILS pack or SSH) to the ftp server (you only need the .pts and .pts file) and in the added connection I point to the given filename (without the extension e.g. SCOADM5.pts becomes SCOADM5.

    Kind regards,

    Gerjan

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    @thinkthin wrote:

    Hi Flip,

    I will dig out the Erricom manualls and post for you when I am back home in a few days,

    Cheers,
    -TT

    Did this get posted? If so where?

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    @gerjan wrote:

    @Flip wrote:

    Where can I find more information on what parameters I can put in a .ptc file to configure a TEC session to our AS/400 ?

    I use TEC sucessfully. The only pity is that you aren’t possible to save a session localy (with specific configuration settings). I’ve created a session with TEC. Saved it in de /tmp of the terminal.

    Then i’ve uploaded the saved data ( install UTILS pack or SSH) to the ftp server (you only need the .pts and .pts file) and in the added connection I point to the given filename (without the extension e.g. SCOADM5.pts becomes SCOADM5.

    Kind regards,

    Gerjan

    Where can I find the UTILS pack ?
    Can’t seem to find it here http://www.wyse.com/serviceandsupport/support/dlOraFW.asp?which=58&model=S50(Wyse%20Linux)

    Or could you tell me how to use SSH ?

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    @ConfGen wrote:

    you can download the UTILS pak here
    http://www.technicalhelp.de/technicalhelp/prod … -3.0.7.pak

    Sorry, but this url does not work 😥

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    you can also download a nice little guide on how to create the connection using UTILS and wlx.ini here:

    http://www.technicalhelp.de/products/5000/Conf … ctions.pdf

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    @ConfGen wrote:

    sorry, one technicalhelp too much

    http://www.technicalhelp.de/products/5000/UTILS-3.0.7.pak

    Thanks for that !

    The ConfGen tool on that site looks cool !

    Is there a link to that on this site ? Should be I think !

    Thanks again.

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    there is a link to the website, but the tool is normaly stored here also

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    For those interested, you can also find the pak here :

    ftp://support-emea.wyse.com/public/Linuxv6/addons/UTILS-3.0.7.pak

    Thanks to Wyse support !

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    I finally succeded in installing the utils package.

    I followed the procedure in copying the files to my ftp server.

    But when I start the session the only thing it retains is the host ip address, even the fact that it is a tn5250 connection is not retained, I get a configuration screen to enter all the selections.

    This is part of my wlx.ini :

    # i5 sessie
    connect=TEC
    description=”i5″
    filename=”sessie”
    filepath=”wyse/wlx/i5″

    and this is the contents of the sessie.ptc file :

    []
    comm-type = tn5250
    host-name = 192.168.1.1
    device-name =
    message-queue = QSYSOPR
    message-library = *LIBL
    user-name =
    password = Zy
    security-type = unsecured
    terminal-type = 5250 display
    terminal-model = 3477-fc
    login-command-file =
    terminal-setup-file =

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    Hi Flip,

    your sessie.ptc file looks perfect to me.
    Do you really have copied all 4 files to wyse/wlx/i5?
    Try copying all files to wyse/wlx and adjust the path in your ini to filepath=wyse/wlx
    There is no need for “” in each line beside you are using spaces in the names.

    ConfGen

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    @ConfGen wrote:

    Hi Flip,

    your sessie.ptc file looks perfect to me.
    Do you really have copied all 4 files to wyse/wlx/i5?
    Try copying all files to wyse/wlx and adjust the path in your ini to filepath=wyse/wlx
    There is no need for “” in each line beside you are using spaces in the names.

    ConfGen

    Hi,

    yes I copied all 4 files.

    I tried your suggestion and changed the wlx.ini, but it still gives me the connect screen when I start the session.

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