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We have a remote system running V5R4 and our current server is running v7r2.  

We have a remote location entry setup for the old machine it works with TELNET.  I can access using 'TELNET OLDSYS' but I'm not able to do as savrstlib to 'OLDSYS'  error:

Route to specified location not found.              
An error occurred during the SAVRSTLIB operation.  

spelling is correct.  If telnet works should savrstlib work?

Thank You!!!!
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Telnet uses tcp/ip and OLDSYS is resolved to an IP address.
SAVRSTLIB uses SNA so you need an APPN/APPC network between the servers.

Here is a good article to help you decide if you want to go this way:
https://www.itjungle.com/2008/03/12/fhg031208-story03/

Hope this helps!
Barry
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OK.

Thank You for the article. I appreciate it.
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