Communications Server

Network Administration Guide


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  1. A Session between Two LUs (LU-LU)
  2. Transaction Program Conversation Occurring over a Session
  3. Parallel Sessions between LUs
  4. Example of SNA Gateway Connections
  5. SNA over TCP/IP Gateway
  6. Sockets over SNA Gateway
  7. TN3270E Server Connections
  8. TN5250 Server Connections
  9. A Portion of a Sample APPN Network
  10. Conceptual Overview of Branch Uplinks and Branch Downlinks
  11. The Branch Extender in a Network
  12. A Sample Connection Network
  13. LEN Node Directory
  14. End Node Directory
  15. Network Node Directory
  16. Local Configuration Database and Network Topology Database in Network Nodes
  17. DLUR Connection to a Host through a Communications Server Gateway
  18. Multiple and Parallel Sessions
  19. Example of SNA Gateway Configuration
  20. Formats of the Domain Names That SNA over TCP/IP Builds
  21. Defining a CP Name and a Connection Network Name
  22. Domain Name Server Definitions for a Single Gateway Connected to an SNA Network with Two Network IDs
  23. Domain Name Server Definitions for Parallel Gateways Connected to an SNA Network with Two Network IDs
  24. Structure of a Windows NT Node Running Sockets over SNA
  25. Example of an IP Routing Panel
  26. Example of a Network Using the Sockets over SNA Route Discovery Function
  27. AS/400 OLE DB Provider
  28. Perspective to Use for Destination Address Entries
  29. A Simple Scenario Using Pooled and Dedicated LUs
  30. Communications Server Configured as a TN3270E Server with Wide Area SNA Network
  31. Communications Server Configured as a TN3270E Server with Wide Area TCP/IP Network
  32. Communications Server Configured as a TN5250 Server with Wide Area SNA Network
  33. Communications Server Configured as a TN5250 Server with Wide Area TCP/IP Network
  34. A Critical Server with One Backup Server
  35. A Critical Server with Two Backup Servers
  36. X.25 and SNA Gateway Connectivity
  37. VTAM Startup Parameter
  38. VTAM Logmode Table
  39. VTAM Application Statement
  40. VTAM PU and LU Definitions


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