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CPD3E35 - Remote location not valid for remote location type of &2. ( OS/400 )

CPD3E35 - Remote location not valid for remote location type of &2. ( OS/400 )

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Message : CPD3E35
Remote location not valid for remote location type of &2.

Message Long Text :

Cause . . . . . : The remote location &3 did not meet one or more of the criteria given here or in the technical description. When the type is *SNA, valid entries in the remote location name field are a simple APPC LU name, prefixed by an optional network ID (and separated by a period). When the type is *IP, valid entries for remote location are a dotted decimal IP version 4 address, a colon hexadecimal IP version 6 address, and a properly constructed host domain name. Each component of the dotted decimal IP address must be in the range 0-255. Each component of the colon hexadecimal IP address must be in the range 0 to FFFF.
Recovery . . . : Correct the remote location name entry and retry the command.
Technical description . . . . . . . . : Valid APPC remote location names (type *SNA) and valid host names and Internet Protocol addresses (type *IP) follow certain rules.
Type *SNA address must conform to these rules:
-- The format is nnnnnnnn.rrrrrrrr. Where nnnnnnnn. is the optional remote network ID, and rrrrrrrr is the required remote location name.
-- Each part is up to 8 characters (Å, Æ, Ø, A through Z, or 0 through 9) in length. The first character of both must be Å, Æ, Ø, or A through Z
Type *IP version 4 addresses must conform to these rules:
-- The format must be nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn where nnn is a number between 0-255.
-- The first octet must be greater than 0.
-- The first octet must be less than 224 since Class D and Class E network addresses are unsupported.
-- An internet address containing only binary zeros or binary ones in the host ID part of the address is not valid.
Type *IP version 6 addresses must conform to this rule:
-- The format must be xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx where xxxx is a hex number between 0 to FFFF.
Host names must conform to these rules:
-- Only uppercase characters A-Z, lowercase characters a-z, and numeric characters 0-9 are allowed for the first character of a host name.
-- Only uppercase characters A-Z, lowercase characters a-z, numeric characters 0-9, and periods (.) are allowed for the last character of a host name.
-- Blanks cannot be embedded in a host name.
-- Only the special characters period (.), dash (-) and underscore(_) are allowed in a host name.
-- Parts of the host name separated by periods (.) cannot exceed 63 characters in length.
-- A domain name cannot have two consecutive periods.
-- Host names must be at least 1 character in length.
-- Host names including all periods cannot be more than 255 characters long.

Message File : QCPFMSG
Library Message File : QSYS2924


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