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Emulation Card With Remote Access

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I need to remotely access an IBM AS400's System Console Terminal (for monitoring IPL).
Have tried using a PC with an emulation card installed and then dialing in to it using pcAnywhere. This doesn't work. It seems that pcAnywhere does not want to work with an emulation card.
I cannot consider any type of network connection because, during IPL, subsystems that support network devices may not yet be up.
I can't just use remote dial in software like perle becuase I want to be able to use the system console locally as well.
Can anyone please tell me how I can get remote access to the AS400 system console terminal
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Have you tried Remotely possible 32-bit ? you can download it at :

http://www.download.com/PC/Result/Download/0,21,0-37997,00.html?st.dl.tdtl.txt.tdl

Please come back to us with the results .

Mixelogj

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I forgot to mention that I don't seem to be able to get an emulation card working under Windows.
Is there a Dos version of Remotely Possible ?

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why doesn't it work no drivers ? you should get some . as for remotely possible there is a 16 bit version which will work under windows 3.x ( no dos )  . you can get it at :

http://www.download.com/PC/Result/Download/0,21,0-17782,00.html?st.dl.tdtl.txt.tdl

Hope this helps,
                        Mixelogj
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