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DTE 0 40 ????

DTE 0 40 ????

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Hello,

I am trying to connect to a remote machine in Morocco from the UK, over X25 from our AIX RS6000 to their HP9000 machine. Previously we had been able to connect, but since they changed their number we cannot connect to them.

However, we do get a login prompt, so we're able to supply a username and password, but then as the login starts on their machine, the connection is dropped with the following message:

.RESET ERR 1 - Reset by network, local procedure error, data may be lost
CLEAR DTE 0 40 - Call cleared, by remote device, data may be lost
*STATUS
FREE - No Call Established

Does anyone know what this means. I keep thinking it's a problem with the remote site, since we're able to connect to other sites over the same line without any problems.

IF ANYONE can help explain what this error means and how to resolve it, I'd really appreciate it.

Thanks
Phil

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