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Unable to connect to iSeries.

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Hi,

      I have a situation where I am not able to connect to the iSeries box after I  connect through a VPN.  The following are the steps that I do:
1.  Login to a Cisco VPN from my company to a client's company which is successful. Then I try to login to the iSeries where I get a timed out error. I am able to connect to my client outside of my company (from home) following the same steps. Any help in resolving this is appreciated.
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paulhekje earned 1000 total points
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PC5250 Emulation needs specifc ip-ports open:

signon(8476)
telnet(23)
central(8470)
Server Mapper(449)

=> What TCP/IP ports does Client Access use?
http://faq.midrange.com/data/cache/147.html
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by:radavappa
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Look slike these ports are open. Now I am able to connect through VPN and then sign on to AS/400. My colleauges are not able to sign on to AS/400 even though they are able to connect through VPN. They are using MOCHA to connect to AS/400. Any suggestion on this. I switched my laptop to a new one and that is how I got on to the VPN and the AS/400.

Thanks,
Ram
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