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This document is a comprehensive document showing some common SNADS troubleshooting. Resolving the problem Note: Before proceeding with the actual troubleshooting steps below, verify that all the basic requirements for normal SNADS operation described below have been met. SNADS Requirements For SNADS to operate properly, it requires the following on the operating system: o Communications line, controller, and device descriptions configured for APPC or APPN support. For more information about configuring line, controller, and device descriptions for APPC, see the APPC Programming manual. For more information about APPN configuration, refer to the APPN Support manual. o The IBM-supplied subsystem QSNADS must be active. To start this subsystem, on the operating system command line type the following: STRSBS SBSD(QSNADS) Press the Enter key. o The IBM-supplied subsystem QSYSWRK must be active. To start this subsystem, on the operating system command line type the following: STRSBS SBSD(QSYSWRK) Press the Enter key. o The Mail Server Framework job QMSF found under subsystem QSYSWRK must be active. To start this job, on the operating system command line type the following: STRMSF Press the Enter key. o The Object Distribution job QNFTP found under subsystem QSNADS must be active. This job should automatically start when the subsystem QSNADS is started. If it is not started, try ending and then starting subsystem QSNADS. If problems persist, call the IBM Support Center, and report a SNADS problem. o There must be a successful communications link test between the two systems you plan to set up SNADS for. Before configuring SNADS, test the communications link by starting a display station pass-through session from the source system to the target system. To test the communications link, start a display station pass-through session using the same RMTLOCNAME, LCLLOCNAME, MODE, and RMTNETID parameters you plan to use when configuring your Distribution Queue for SNADS. In other words, use the same RMTLOCNAME, LCLLOCNAME, MODE, and RMTNETID parameters in your test as you plan to use with SNADS. For example, a user may start a Display Station Pass-Through session by typing the following on the operating system command line: STRPASTHR RMTLOCNAME(SYSB) MODE(BLANK) LCLLOCNAME(SYSA) RMTNETID(APPN) (Refer to Note 1.) Press the Enter key. If pass-through works with the selected parameters, this user is rea

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Member List Home Forum Operating Systems IBM i (OS/400, i5/OS) Announcement Announcement Module Collapse No announcement yet. SMTP-mail, Error CPI9045 http://www.mcpressonline.com/forum/forum/operating-systems/ibm-i-os-400-i5-os/9604-smtp-mail-error-cpi9045-when-sending-mail-via-snddst when sending mail via SNDDST Page Title Module Move Remove Collapse X Conversation Detail Module Collapse Posts Latest Activity Search Page of 1 Filter Time All Time Today Last https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28332959/iSeries-SNA-APPC-connectivity.html Week Last Month Show All Discussions only Photos only Videos only Links only Polls only Filtered by: Clear All new posts Guest #1 SMTP-mail, Error CPI9045 when sending mail snads error via SNDDST 01-01-1995, 02:00 AM Hallo, Hope there are somebody out there who can ansvear to this. I have searched the mailing-list withou any result. My problem is: I have made up a SMTP-configuration on our AS/400 (ver 4.5). I have followed a list of instructions which are avalible via this forum. Everything looks OK according to those snads error code instruction which are avalible, BUT I still get this error-message. __________________________________________________ _________________ Message ID . . . . . . : CPI9045 Severity . . . . . . . : 00 Message type . . . . . : Information Date sent . . . . . . : 01-03-02 Time sent . . . . . . : 09:19:50 Message . . . . : Distribution to user identifier *UNKNOWN *ANYMAIL failed. Cause . . . . . : The distribution was sent by user identifier(ID) KENBEN DEMONEN to user ID *UNKNOWN *ANYMAIL at 01-03-02 09:19:47. The distribution failed at System name DEMONEN System group with System Network Architecture Distribution Services (SNADS) condition code X'0005'. Common SNADS condition codes are: 0001-Routing error. Where route to the destination System name does not exist. 0002-Invalid user ID. Where the user ID does not exist in the distribution directory at the destination node. 0003-Hop count was exceeded. For other condition codes, refer to the manual Communications: Distributed __________________________________________________ __________________ This message comes rig

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