Actually, I believe your problem does belong here. However, your answer is probably exactly what the IBMLINK folk told me when I had a similar problem with MULTSESS. Have your CICS system programmers consult their log of autoinstall failures for the rejected bind's characteristics and define a new autoinstall model that matches it. There should be DFHZ messages sent to a transient data queue.
----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Hubbard
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 1999 5:26
Subject: VT100 through Global Network
Hello Everyone -
This question might belong on a VTAM list but I think my answer may very well be found here. Basically, what I think I need, is an autoinstall model that will support VT100. Here is my scenario:
I am being forced to dial into the IBM Global Network with Attachmate Extra instead of Passport. This is due to another products built in interface to Extra. When attaching this way, I am forced to be a VT100 type terminal. I am able to get into the Global Network fine but I have tried 3 different CICS's at 3 different locations (all version 4.1) and all 3 reject the bind coming from the Global Network. My thinking is that if I had an autoinstall model that matched the incoming bind (VT100) that I might be able to make a connection. Has anyone successfully done this?
Thanks for any help you might have.
Michael J. Hubbard