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Hi,

I have an IWSAA 3.0 server that links up with a mainframe remotely. Client access is with Attachmate Extra! v6.4. It seems like once the server gets to a certain amount of connections, that we get an error: 571 on the Attachmate clients.

I don't know much about Novell but I was looking at the IWSAA console and it said that it had 9 installed LU's and 7 were currently in use. Could it be that i need more LU's installed? If so, how do I do this?

I have checked with the IBM support site and the server does have the latest patches. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

eureeka  
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As far as how many LUs you can connect, that will depend on how many LUs are configured on your PU for the host system and how many are configured on the SAA gateway. Who manages the host system? Can they get you the gen for your PU?
IBM should have the manuals for SAA online at http://www-4.ibm.com/software/network/commserver/library/publications/nwsaa.html

I would recommend looking at the host connectivity forum  @ support.novell.com, but I think you already found it ;-)
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