WEA Level 2 Emulation, Access, and GUI Clients

This web page contains instructions for several types of software and associated methodology for using terminal emulation to connect to other systems.

Accessing Miscellaneous Software For Installation

1) Connect as network drive "pvcsvr" machine (i.e. from DOS Command prompt "net  use  *  \\pvcsvr\software  /u:wpsadmin").  You will be prompted for password.

Other software is on "mpfa" (i.e from DOS Command prompt "net  use  *  \\mpfa\C$   /u:Administrator"

(Note that with the normal IBM W2k installation you might be queried by "ConfigSafe" to create a snapshot of your system before installing any new software, do this at your own discretion)

Obtaining A Static IP Address
Avocent DSView Software Installation
DSB VPN Access
Terminal Services Client
Call Center Client
PowerToys for the Pocket PC
Mainframe Access Using IBM Personnal Communications

External Connection to IBM
Setup PC to Access Unix Workstation From Outside IBM
Websphere Everyplace Connection Manager Access
Installing Netscape 7 On AIX
WECM Config Instructions

Obtaining A Static IP Address

1) Using any IBM supported browser, go to URL "enos.ibm.com" (you will be prompted for your name and pw, i.e "shayden@us.ibm.com" and pw), and click on the "IP Address Management".

2) Click on "Request Static IP", and in the resulting page, assure the "Requestor Information" is correct, then click "Next".

3) In the "IP Owner Info" section, assure your information is correct.

4) In the "List by location" section, select the correct Georgraphy ("NA"), Country ("USA"), Site ("RTP NC"), Building (whatever), and Floor, then click "Next":

5) In the "Host Name Information" section, enter a name for your box, and in the "Other Information" field, select the hardward type, then click "Next".

6) In the "Pick Location" section, select the Room/Offfice and Port/Cabld Id, then click "Submit Request".

7) Your new IP address will be sent to your Notes email id.

Avocent DSView Software Installation

1) In the directory "*:\Avocent\DSView_client_code", execute the "DSView_1.0.9.300.exe" program to install DSView.

2) In the DSView - InstallShield Wizard" welcome panel, click "Next".

3) In the License Agreement panel select accept and click "Next".

4) In the Destination Folder panel, accept the default and click "Next".

5) In the Setup Type panel select "Complete", then click "Next".

6) In the DSAuthentification Server panel, enter the machine name "pvcpdc", then click "Next".

7) In the "Ready to Install the Program" panel, click "Install".

8) In the "DsView - InstallShield Wizard Completed" panel, click "Finish".

9) Click on the DSView icon on your desktop (or invoke from "Start", etc.)

10) In the "Enter Network Password" panel, in the "Connect As" field enter "Administrator", and for the "Password" field enter the appropriate value then click "OK".

11) In the "DSView" Topology panel, scope to  "PVCL2DSR10A", and double click "mpfa (WEA team svr)".

DSB VPN Access

1) Obtain the VPN softtware ("vpn.zip") from  pvcsvr  machine and extract the zip file on your machine (see Accessing Miscellaneous Software For Installation above, files are located in the folder "VPN Client DSB")

2) Start the installation from the directory named VPN, by double clicking the file Setup.exe. 

3) In the "Cisco Systems VPN Client Setup" Welcome panel, click "Next".

4) In the License panel, click "Yes" to accept.

5) In the Destination Folder panel, accept the default ("C:\Program Files\Cisco Systems\VPN Client") and click "Next".

6) In the Program Folder panel, accept the default ("Cisco Systems VPN Client") and click "Next".

7) You will then be required to reboot your system, click "Finish" ("Yes I want to restart my computer now" will be selected).

8) After reboot, in the "C:\Program Files\Cisco Systems\VPN Client" you must (probably) create the folder "Profiles".

9) Copy the file "DSB02.pcf" (or whatever your profile file name is), located in the directory you unzipped the VPN software, to "C:\Program Files\Cisco Systems\VPN Client\Profiles".

10) Start the VPN Dialer program by clicking the Windows "Start", "Programs", "Cisco System VPN Client", and click on " VPN Dialer".

11) In the "Cisco Systems VPN Client" dialog box, confirm the Connection Entry is "DSB02" (or whatever your profile file name is) and the IP address is .""

12) Read this entire step before continuing! Click "Connect". The program will establish a connection to DSB Network. You will be prompted for a Username (enter "xwea0101") and a password. To obtain the password you must call DSB (9-011 453 354 0156), tell them you are with the "IBM THT User project", and they will give you a password. The password they give you must be preceded by the numbers "4841" You must enter this password (i.e. "4841123456") when they give it to you as the password is only valid for 60 seconds. Once connected the password is valid for the duration of you login session. Press ”Enter”

13) Once connected (it is not obvious), you can confirm your connection by clicking the Windows "Start", "Programs", "Cisco System VPN Client", and click on " VPN Dialer", which will display a "Cisco Systems VPN Client Connection Status" dialog panel reflecting miscellaneous information and "Time connected", which should be continuously incrementing.

14) Map the drive of the machine you are connecting to (i.e. from a DOS command prompt
"net  use  *  \\obwea.dsb.dk\c$  /u:Administrator").  You will be prompted for password (i.e. "hursley03").

15) You can now use Windows Explorer to view files on the remote DSB machine.

16) To disconnect from the VPN, click the Windows "Start", "Programs", "Cisco System VPN Client", and click on " VPN Dialer", which will display a "Cisco Systems VPN Client Connection Status" dialog panel. Click the "Disconnect" button.


Terminal Services Client

1) Obtain the Remote Desktop Connection software "msrdpcli.exe" from the L2 software download site.

2) Execute the program "msrdpcli.exe".

3) In the "Remote Desktop Connection" InstallShield Wizard" Welcome panel click "Next".

4) Accept the License Agreement and click "Next".

5) In the "Customer Information" panel, enter your information and click "Next".

6) In the "Ready to Install the Program" panel, click "Install".

7) In the "InstallShield Wizard Completed" panel click "Finish".

8) To run the Terminal Services Client, click "Start", "Programs", "Accessories, "Communications", and select "Remote Desktop Connection".

9) In the "Remote Desktop Connection" panel enter the computer you wish to connect to in the "Computer" field and click "Connect".

10)  Git to work!

Call Center Client
(the following are generic steps, and dependent upon the version you are installing, or whether this is a reinstall, might be different)

1) Obtain the software. From "http://ccwin.boulder.ibm.com", and get the version of the software you require (as of 3/15/04, that would be 4.5).

2) Save the software to a temporary disk.

3) Scope to it and execute it.

4) In the "CallCenter Application Setup" "Welcome" panel click "Next".

5)You will be warned to shut down any other version and other applications. Do the appropriate thing and click "Next".

6) In the "Choose Destination Location" panel, accept the default and click "Next".

7) In the "Setup Type" panel choose "Typcical" and click "Next".

8) In the "Select Program Folder" accept the default and click "Next".

9) In the "Start Copying Files" panel, click "Next".

10) In the "InstallShield Wizard Complete" panel click "Finish".

11) Select the Windows "Start", "Programs", and select "Call Center".

12) A "Welcome to CallCenter" dialog box should be displayed notifying you you must customize the installation, etc, click "OK".

13) In the Options panel (note this can also be invoked later by clicking the 3rd icon on the CallCenter GUI),

   For the "Host 1" tab, for the PCOMM "Session" field, enter "A", and for the WS Profile, click the "Browse" button to go to the directory "C:\Program Files\IBM\Personal Communications\private" and select your "*.ws" file (i.e. "StevieRet.ws"). Select "Start Minimized" and "Auto Close".

   For the "Entitlement" tab, select "Show Entitled State".

   For the "Prob Mgnt" tab, unselect "Warn if Hours Changed", and "Show Queue Special Conditions"

   For the "Files" tab, in the "Include Path for Dat Files and Formats", include the path to any "dat" files which reflect department/custom  settings (i.e. obtain a set of "dat" files from your workmates (Steve, put on a server) and place in "c:\CallCenter" in a folder you created there, i.e "c:\CallCenter\StevesDats"), followed by the CallCenter path (i.e. "C:\CallCenter", select "Automatically show Data File Editor if Error Detected", then click "OK". (the include path should be something similar to "C:\CallCenter\StevesDats;C:\CallCenter")

   For the "Preferences" tab, select a country (i.e. "000 - United States"). For the "Time Zones", for both "Local" and "SW Center", enter "+0500" (GMT + 5 hours is Eastern Standard Time). Select "Adjust Daily Activity Report to Time Zone". For the "Normal Work Shift", the "Start Time" should be "09:00 ", and the "Stop Time" should be "17:00". In the "Keyword 1 Field Titles and Separator" section, select "Use Keyword 1 as a Dual-purpose Field", and in the three fields benieth that field, enter "Owner", "I", and "Status". For the fields on the right side of this tab, select (only) "Show Retain Statistics status bar", "Show Entitlement Statistics status bar", "Component ID Alert", "Always Delete FI/FA Autosave Files", "Show Flyover Help", and "Balloon". For the "Team Name" field, enter "PVC-WEA".

Click "OK in the Options panel. (Note that you might have to close CCWin for some of these options to take affect, then invoke the Options panels again to continue configuration.

(Note: you might need to disable the "SDI" button beneath the CCWin menu bar before performing the following)

Configure Queues

Addionally you must subscribe to and configure Retain queues before logging on to Retain using CCWin. The following instructions define how to configure a queue, and can be repeated (with perhaps differences), for each of the queues the WEA L2 Team uses. The following queues should be considered:

    WPVC        WEA L2 World Trade PVC Queue
    PVC            WEA L2 US PVC Queue
    PVCBE       WEA L2 Back End Queue
    PVCPS       WEA L2 Pre Sales Queue
    PVCNS       WEA L2 Non Survey Queue

1) From the CCWin GUI, click the "Q" icon under the menu bar.

2) In the "Queue Selection" dialog box, scope to "PVC Queues", double click on "World Trade PVC Queue".

3) In the "WPVC,13G" dialog box, click on "Options".

4) In the "Preferences - Queue" dialog  box, select "Start Automatically", "Refresh Time (Minutes)", and in the minutes field enter "2" (or whatever value you wish), select "Refresh on Dispatch, Displosition,. etc.  In the "Highlighting (All Queues)" section, select "Alarmed Calls", "Assigned Calls", "and "General". In the "Translate Queue Columns (All Queues)", select "C Stat" and "Environment", then click "OK'.

5) Back in the "WPVC,13G" dialog box, click on "Options", and select "Set Alarm".

6) In the "CallCenter : Set Queue Alarm for WPVC,13G" dialog box, select "Activate", and in the "Monitor When" section, select "Arriving", "Going Alarmed", and "Alarmed". In the "Monitor What" section, select all priorities, and in the "What Action?" section, choose what you want to happen when alarms occur (i.e select "Beep", and "Notification Window", then click  "OK".

Logon To CCWin Interface to Retain

1) Click the first icon in the CallCenter GUI which should popup your "Retain Logon". Enter your Retain ID and Password, then click "L:ogon".

2) The first time you logon, various syncing will happen between your client and the server. If the Options panel appears, click OK.

3) Now git to werk!

PowerToys for the Pocket PC

1) Get the software from "http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/resources/downloads/pocketpc/powertoys.mspx"

Mainframe Access Using IBM Personnal Communications

1) From the desktop, with the right mouse button, click on [Start], [Programs], [IBM Personal Communications], and select "Start or Configure Session" (you might need to read a pop-up window) then click [OK]).

2) In the "IBM Personal Comunications - Session Manager" panel, click "New Session".


If presented with the "Session" panel, select "Communication" and click on "Configure".

3) In the pop-up window "Customize Communication", in the "Host:" section, select "S/390", in the "Interface" field select "LAN", in the "Attachment" field select "Telnet3270", then click "Link Parameters".

4) In the "Telnet 3270" panel, for the IP address fields, enter three of the following IP addresses:,,, or, then click "OK".

5) Back in the "Customize Communication" panel click "OK".

6) Enter the vm node you wish to connect to (i.e. "RALVMS"), and press "enter" ("Ctrl" on most PC keyboards). Enter your ID and password, and "enter"
7) At this point you have the option of saving this connection as an icon. To do so, from the top menu bar select "File", pull down to "Save As", and enter the name you wish for your icon. Save the file in the directory "C:\Program Files\IBM\Personal Communications\private".  

8) Once you leave this session, and you wish to start another session, simply perform step 1 above, and in the "IBM Personal Comunications - Session Manager" panel, click "Start", and in the "Open Workstation Profile" dialog box, navigate to the directory you saved the file in in step 7, and open that file. You will be connected as usual.

Mainframe Access Software Download

(Steve, check this!)

To load the Personal Communications Software from the IBM Standard Software installer web page connect to url http://w3-1.ibm.com/download/standardsoftware/index.html and select a location (North America). In the bar at the top of this page select "Windows NT".  In the "WINDOWS NT PRODUCT CATALOG" web page select "All Applications", then select "IBM Personal Communications v4.3.1.1". Select the drive you wish the software to be installed on and click "Install Now"”.  In the next pop-up, select "Save to disk", and use the default path. After the installation you will probably have to restart your computer.

Creating a Session Macro

You can create macros to execute the normal sequence of commands for a particular mainframe session. This is done by using the "Record" mechanism within the Personal Communication System (PCS).

After you have successfully displayed the "Session" panel with the "IBM Global Services / South Service Center" session (or at any point after that) click the "Record" button at the top of the session window. You will be prompted for a filename for your macro. Once you have selected a filename you are in the record mode. Go through the sequence of commands you wish to record (i.e.go through the set of Retain commands required to get you to the "read" section of a session), then click the "Stop" button at the top of your PCS session window.

From then on you should be able doubleclick on the "Start a macro/script" button (looks like the play button on a VCR/tape deck) on the top of your PCS session window. You will be queried for the macro name, select it and click "OK". Your macro should begin executing all the commands you recorded.

External Connection to IBM

1) Submit request for external access at "http://w3-1.ibm.com/tools/it/ittools.nsf/main/mts_home", and on the right side of the web page, under "Additional Resource", click on "Manage your MTS IDs".

2) In the "Welcome to the Global Remote Access Homepage", enter your IBM serial number in the ID OWNER's field and click the "Login Serial Number" button.

3) Click on "Request New ID".

4) In the "Remote Access - New ID Enrollment" page, for the "ID TYPE" field, select "MTS/DIAL Primary ID", for the "LOCATION" field, select "Raleigh, NC",  select the "I AGREE" option, and for the "APPROVING MGR ID" enter your manager's shortname (i.e. "bemorris"), then click "Next". (APPROVING MGR NODE should be "IBMUS")

5) In the next page, click "Submit ID Request". In a few minutes (15, yeah right), your manager should receive an approval notice they must respond to with/for approval.

Once you have an account, you can either perform the remainder of the install at your home, or perform the installation at an IBM site. Dependant upon where you perform the install, the sequence in which you install the AT&T Global Network Firewall program will differ. Just follow the instructions you are presented by the installer. The following instructions were performed connecting from a remote location using a phone modem connection.

Install And Configure ATT  Network Client

Version 5.05

1) Obtain the AT&T Client "setup5051ga.exe" from the pvcsvr, save in the location of your choice, then execute the program.

2) In the Install GUI of the AT&T Global Network Client "Welcome" panel, click "Next".

3) In the "Legal Agreement" panel click "I Agree".

4) In the "Folder" panel, accept the default and click "Next".

5) In the "Icons" panel, select where all you wish to place startup icons, then click "Next".

6) In the "Start" panel, click "Install".

(If an "Updating System Setup" popup appears stating "To install the IPSec Drivers the IPSec Service must be stopped. To exit without completing the install click No. Click Yes to continue", click "Yes".

7) In the "Digital Signature" panel, select "Temporarily suppress Digital Signature warning windows", then click "Next".

8) An "Install" popup will appear stating you must restart your machine. Click "OK" and restart your machine

Install And Configure ATT  Network Client

(Other versions?)

1) Obtain the ATT client. Connect to the URL "http://help.attbusiness.net/index.cfm?&sectID=500", select the version of your choice by clicking the associated "Download" (these instructions are for version 5.09.1), and save the file to the location of your choice..

2) Execute the client installer you just downloaded.

3) In the Install GUI of the AT&T Global Network Client", enter no values in the "FastPath" fields and click "Next".

4) In the "License Agreement" panel click "I Agree".

5) In the "Folder" panel, accept the default and click "Next".

6) In the "Components" panel, select both "AT&T Global Network Client" and "AT&T Global Network Location Database", then click "Next". A popup will be displayed reflecting the Network Location Database program is not contained in the install, click "OK" in the popup, and again click "Next" in the "Components" panel.

7) In the "Icons" panel, select where you wish to place startup icons, then click "Next".

8) In the "Start" panel, click "Install".

9) After the installation completes and the "Finish" panel is displayed, click the button "Yes, Continue Setup".

AT&T Global Network Client Setup

1)  In the "AT&T Global Network Client Setup" "Welcome" panel, click "Next".

2) In the "User ID" panel, from the correspondence containing the information from the ID request you obtained using the above instructions, in the "Account" field, enter the Account Code (i.e. "RTPD"), and in the "User ID" field enter the User ID (i.e "RTJJ190"), then click "Next".

3) In the "Network Connection" panel, select "Dial using my computer's modem", then click "Next".

4) In the "Modem" panel, select your modem and click 'Next" (i.e. "Xircom MPCI + Modem 56 WinGlobal").

5) In the "Location" panel, accept the default (unless your configuration is not a normal Modem connection), select the "Nationwide Backup" number, then click "Next".

6) In the "Network Access Number" panel, choose your state (i.e "North Carolina"), and City (i.e. "Raleigh"), and in the "Number to dial" field, assure the value is correct for you dialout., then click "Next".

7) In the "Setup Complete" panel, select "No, do not start this program automatically", then click "Finish".

8) The "AT&T Global Network Client" will be displayed, containing your Logon Profile as previously entered. (If necessary click the "Setup" button and step through the panels to change the location,, phone numer, etc. for your local area (i.e. "Raleigh" = 334-0105)). In the "Password" field, enter the value from the correspondence containing your account information, then click "Connect".

(The first time you connect to the VPN you will be required to change your password, do so and proceed).

9) The dialog box will display status of your connection, and if successful should change to a panel reflecting transmission information.

(If there are any updates available for the client, you will be prompted as to whether you wish to update. For modem connectivity it is required that you must use version 5.05.1)

Installing the AT&T Global Network Firewall

(some versions of the AT&T Global Network Client might require you to install the Network Firewall)

1) In the AT&T Global Network Firewall install panel, enter no values in the "FastPath" field, then click "Next".

2) In the License Agreement panel, click 'I Agree"

3) In the Start panel, click "Install".

4) In the "Digital Signature" panel, select "Temporarily suppress Digital Signature warning windows, then click "Next" (wait a minth).

5) In the "Finished" panel, click "Finish". You must restart your system, click "OK".

Connecting To IBM Intranet

1) Double click the "AT&T Global Network Client".

2) When prompted for Password, enter the appropriate value and click "Connect".  (the dialer will go through the process of Retrieving a VPN, Accessing digital certificate,  Negotitating encrypion key...., and Authenticating with the VPN server (ip address). Once this is done the AT&T Global Network Client GUI will appear. This GUI reflects data transmitted, connection status, etc.

3) It is good practice to update your installation. From the AT&T Global Network Client, in the upper left corner, click on the down arrow and select "Check for Updates".

4) In the Check for Updates dialog box, select all components and click "Download" (wait a minth).

5) If there are components to upgrade, you might see a popup requesting you close down the running program and install the component, click "Yes", th en follow the instructions (see above).


Setup PC to Access Unix Workstation From Outside IBM

This section describes how to setup the Windows Hummingbird Exceed terminal emulator to connect to a workstation. You must have an IBM external account, Id and password for use of this emulation. The following instructions describe how to install and configure the Exceed software.  Once you have setup Exceed, you will be able to logon to a Unix/AIX/Linux machine from your NT desktop. Once logged on to the remote machine, you can connect to Unix from your  Windows machine and perform normal workstation activity.

All of the following instructions assume you install Exceed using defaults.

Instructions for Installation and Configuration of Hummingbird Exceed Software

1) Obtain the Exceed Hummingbird 7.0 software from the "pvcsvr", and execute the program "Msetup.exe".

2) In the Hummingbird Master Setup panel, click the "Install Exceed" link.

3) In the "Installation Type" panel, click on "Personal Installation".

4) In the "Choose Setup Language" panel select "English" and click "OK".

5) In the "Hummingbird Exceed - Hummingbird Setup Wizard" panel click "Next'.

6) In the "License Agreement" accept the agreement and click "Next".

7) In the "Customer Information" enter your name and organization, for the "Install this application for" field, select "Anyone who uses this computer", then click "Next".

8) In the "Destination Folder" panel accept the default and click "Next".

9) For the "Setup Type", select "Typical" and click "Next".

10) In the "Ready to Install the Program" panel, click "Install". (wait a minth).

11) In the "Keyboard Preference" panel accept the default and click "Next".

12) In the "Xconfig Password" panel, enter a value in the Password and Confirmation (unless you do not want to change your XConfig properties later), and click "Next".

13) In the "X server tune-up" panel, let it tune, click "Next". (wait a minth).

14) In the "Hummingbird Setup Wizard Completed" panel, click "Finish" and then close the "Hummingbird Master Setup" panel.

Configuring and Using Hummingbird Exceed

1) From the Windows "Start" button, select "Programs", "Hummingbird Connectivity 7.0", "Exceed", and click on "Xconfig". In the Password popup, enter the password entered during the installation process and click "OK".

2) The "exceed.cfg - Xconfig" window will pop up, double click on the "Screen Definition" icon.  In this window, within the "Screen0" tab, under the "Window Mode", select "Multiple", and in the "Window Manager" field, select "Native", then click "OK" and close the "exceed.cfg - Xconfig" panel.

3) From the Windows "Start" button, select "Programs", "Exceed", "Hummingbird Connectivity 7.0", "Exceed", and select "XStart". In the "Untitled - Xstart Client Startup Application" window, in the following fields enter the appropriate data:

                   Start Method:           REXEC (TCP/IP)
                   Program Type:         X Window
                   Login/Userid:          (your account name on the Unix/Linux/AIX server)
                   Login/Password:    (your password)
                   Login/Host:             ewok.raleigh.ibm.com   (or the full domain name for the server)
                   Host Type:              IBM AIX

(in the following fields, substitute YOUR machine's IP address (obtained from the DOS prompt using the command "ipconfig /all" in the "PPP adapter AT&T Network Client" "IP Address" field"), and do not forget the ":0.0". The title is optional, and if you wish to use it, substitute "yourtitle" for what you wish)

                   Login/Command:    @(XTerm, method=stdappdb) -title yourtitle -display -sb &
                   Login/Prompt:         (click "none" radio button (= on))

4) From the "Untitled - Xstart Client Startup Application" window menu bar click "File" and "Save As" and create a filename for your configuration.

5) From Xstart menu bar click "Run" to start an Xwindow. An xterm window should appear on your desktop.

6) You have the option to create a program group and icon for this session.  To add a program group, from the "Xstart Client Startup Application" menu bar click "Install", and for the "Program Group Description" enter the value that should be equal to filename created above.  Click "OK".  A Program Group window should appear. Click on filename/icon to invoke creation of a window (or alternatively drag the icon to your desktop).

Note:  When logging onto some AIX machines your ".profile" might not be executed.  If this is the case, it might be necessary to issue the command:

             . ./.profile     (that's dot, one space, dot, forward slash, dot, "profile")

If there is a "export DISPLAY" assignment in this profile, it might change the IP address which you might have to reassign to your desktop machine (i.e. "export DISPLAY=" (no quotes, use your desktop machine's IP from step 3 above)).
7) Once you export your display you should be able to test your installation by displaying the clock. From the AIX command prompt, enter "xclock  &", and a graphic clock should appear (you might be queried whether you are willing to display through your security/firewall, tell it yes).

Note: For cable modem (i.e. "Roadrunner"), you must install the "Sign On" software, which can you can get from IBM ISSI or you can order the ISSI CDs, but you need to register to SINE (which is the "Sign on" software for Road Runner).  You will use your normal IBM Global Network ID and password for this access . (Note the author lives just outside the outskirts of civilization , so has never tried this with a cable modem)

To change to a Xwindows desktop

1)  From "Start", "Programs", "Hummingbird Connectivity V7.1", "Exceed" and select "Xconfig"

2)  If your Exceed installation is password protected, in the "Xconfig" popup, enter your password and press OK.

3)  In the "exceed.cfg -Xconfig" window, double click on "Communication".

4)  In the "Communication" dialog box, for the "Mode", select "XDMCP-query"(Must be "Passive" for above method).

5)  Click the "Configure" button, and in the "XDMCP Startup Modes" dialog box, enter the name of the machine you wish to connect to in the "Connect Host" field (i.e. "wea2aix2"), and click OK.

6)  Click OK in the "Communication" dialog box.

7)  Close the "exceed.cfg -Xconfig" window by clicking on "File" and select "Exit".

8)  From "Start", "Programs", "Hummingbird Connectivity V7.1", "Exceed" and select "Exceed", which will start up your windows desktop.

To Change Back

Repeat the above process steps 1-4, but in the selection of communication mode in step 4, select "Passive", then perform the steps in  Configuring and Using Hummingbird Exceed

Steve, try using XDMCP-Broadcast) if on the same subnet (Sherwood Yao)

Websphere Everyplace Connection Manager Access 
1)  Obtain the  Websphere Everyplace Connection Manager Access client using URL " http://www-306.ibm.com/software/pervasive/ws_everyplace_connection_manager/support/" and click on "All Downloads". Then click on link "WebSphere Everyplace Connection Manager 5.0.1 NLS Release", and in that page click on the link to download "WECM 5.0.1 NLS" .


Installing Netscape 7 On AIX

The Netscape 7 browser is located on the WEA Test dept server "wea2aix6".

1)  Create the disk access point (i.e. "mkdir   /WEA"), and then mount the directory (i.e. "mount  wea2aix6:/WEA  /WEA"). (Note: In the directory "/WEA/tools/shayden", there is a profile ".profile" that you can execute which has several aliases that are useful (to execute it, change to the directory and type ".  ./.profile" (thats  dot, space, dot, slash, dot, "profile". Within that profile is an alias "mw" which performs the actions in this step).

2) Make a directory on your server (i.e. "mkdir /Netscape7"), and change to that directory.

3) Copy the Netscape 7 software to this directory ("cp  -fpR   /WEA/inst.images/Netscape7   .").

4) Execute the command  "rpm  -ivh  *rpm".

5) Run the smitty utility, and press "Return" 3 times to get to the "Install Software" panel, and in the "Input device/directory for software" field enter a period "." and press "Return".

6) In the resulting panel, move to the "Accept new license agreement" field, press the "Tab" key to change the value to "Yes", then press "Enter".  You will be prompted for confirmation, press "Enter" and the software will be installed. Once the "OK" is displayed, exit smitty.

7) From the AIX command prompt, type "netscape7 &" and the Netscape 7 browser will be displayed.

8) You are now free to surf Al Gore's interneked.