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Unplugged from the network and now can't get connected

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We had some network engineers here and they asked us to unplug out AS400 from the network.  Now, once it is plugged back in, we cannot see our network our get connected.  Any advice would be very helpful.
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Go to "wrkcfgsts *LIN" and try to start the lines again with 1 and go for ethernet interfaces.

You can see tcp/ip status and ip addresses at wrktcpsts and 1.
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Did the network engineers install new equipment or anything. Perhaps the port your AS400 connects to is not provisioned for the correct VLAN. Or perhaps the interface is shutdown. Ask them what they did if anything. Did they say why you had to unplug?
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> once it is plugged back in, we
cannot see our network our get connected.

what's your definition about "see"? not able to browse the LAN, not able to access remote servers by name, or just simply can't ping the servers by name?

more details please?
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Sorry I got called away.
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