IT Jungle: A Complete Primer for Setting Up PC5250 SSL Connectivity

PC5250 Connection screenIT Jungle just finished posting the second part of my two-part series on setting IBM i Access for Windows 7.1 for PC5250 SSL connectivity.

The big push these days is to dump PC5250 sessions for your IBM i access and go to a total graphical interface. And I support and cheer on that eventual move for phasing out green-screen access (and it’ll be cheaper too, because you won’t have to buy enterprise enablement licenses anymore!).

But if you’re not there yet and you still need to run your PC5250 Telnet sessions under SSL security, these two articles will give you a complete primer on how to do it.

So check out these articles if you’re looking for the fast path to PC5250 Telnet SSL connectivity.


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