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29th March 2006 at 09:17 #30843DebinGuest
I AM USING AS400, I want to allow all the ip in the network to make the call in my gateway. How i add the network block and netmask in epad.pls advice to allow the whole network block.29th March 2006 at 14:16 #30844MikeM to DebinGuest
You provided conflicting information. First you say “I want to allow all the IP in the network to make call”, then you say “to allow the whole network block”? Well which is it, do you want everyone to be allowed to send calls to your system, in which case leave the epad area empty, or do you want to block all calls so no one can make calls to your system, in which case put the tenor’s own IP in the allow area only, or do you only want some to make calls and others not. In this case you would add the ones you want to allow in to the allow table.
You can find all the information about the epad commands and how to add if you simply go to quintum’s web site, download the command reference guide for the AS/AX, etc. You can find it at http://www.quintum.com/support/products/2G/tenor_2G/index.shtml30th March 2006 at 05:41 #30845DebinGuest
THANKS.SORRY FOR COMPLICACY.ACTUALLY I WISH TO ALLOW ONLY NETWORK IP WHICH ARE IN SAME NETWORK.AS FOR EXAMPLE, I WISH TO ALLOW 220.127.116.11 TO 18.104.22.168 SUBNET 255.255.255.248. INSTEAD OF ALLOWING THEM INDIVIDUALLY, I WISH TO ALLOW THE WHOLE NETWORK.BUT IN EPAD. WHEN I ADD THE ONE IP, IN DEFAULT, IT TAKE THE NETMASK 255.255.255.25530th March 2006 at 14:16 #30846MikeM to DebinGuest
then change the subnet mask. In the epad you can change the subnet, by typing ‘change x sm yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy’ where x is the index number.
Again, all of this is documented in Quintum’s CLI guide available on their web site. I truly suggest you download this and check this first.