Problem Details: In a Remote Router Cisco 3845's LAN segment there is a
SNA Server that requests services from the Central Site Location. In the
Central Site Location there is a Router Cisco that handles all the DLSW
connections from all the Branch Offices (working perfectly), except from this
new location Cisco 3845. Recently the 3845 IOS was upgraded because it did not
support IBM Networking SNA, now it has the
c3845-adventerprisek9_sna-mz.124-13b.bin image file.
The results are the following (from the Remote Cisco 3845):
It supports the IBM Networking commands...
RT_CPark#sh dlsw peers
Peers: state pkts_rx pkts_tx type drops ckts TCP
TCP 10.0.4.39 CONNECT 2590 1735 conf 0 0 0 14:39:04
Total number of connected peers: 1
Total number of connections: 1
Total of 300 station blocks, 298 free
Codes: P - permanent, S - self
Bridge Group 1:
Address Action Interface Age RX count TX count
0200.0000.0005 forward DLSw Port0 0 22 0
4200.24ff.24ff forward DLSw Port0 0 1326 0
RT_CPark#sh dlsw circuits
There is no circuits established, even when manually trying to activate the SNA
protocol on the remote Server. When it establishes the circuit we are sure that
the SNA on the server is working fine.