Locating the IP address of the DDF attempted hacker (R)

Ben Alford

Locating the IP address of the DDF attempted hacker (R)
To answer my own question,
it turns out that the ip address *IS* in the LUWID. The first 8
characters of the LUWID is the ip address, but it is a set of 4 hex
btes which become the typical ip xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx address when converted
to decimal, one byte at a time. We still haven't found this in the DB2
V7 doc.

Ben Alford Enterprise Systems Programming
University of Tennessee, Knoxville INTERNET: [login to unmask email]

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