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Note
  • Before using SAProuter, you should test its basic functions.
  • Enter saprouter in the input field to display a full list of SAProuter parameters.
  • You can start SAProuter automatically when booting the system. Under UNIX, for example, you change your /etc/rc file.
  • If you want to run a high number of connections (more than 1000) through SAProuter, start the SAProuter using option -r -Y <n>, and set the maximum number of clients to 2000 using option -C <clients>:
Starting SAProuter
Start SAProuter with option -r:
  • Windows/Unix:saprouter -r
  • IBM i:call saprouter ( '-r' ) (if possible in batch mode)

This command starts SAProuter with no further parameters. The connections allowed are contained in the saprouttab.

Note If you enter start start saprouter -r in the input field, SAProuter opens in a new window. You can continue to work in your first window, and for instance, stop SAProuter here.
Stop SAProuter

You stop SAProuter with option -s:

  • Windows/Unix:saprouter -s
  • IBM i:call saprouter ( '-s ') (if possible in batch mode)

This command stops SAProuter.

Note

If SAProuter is not running on the default service 3299, you have to specify the service with option -S <service>.