PORTNUM=NO fails to stop NPM from opening port 1965

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Question

NPM opens port 1965 even when NPM statement PORTNUM=NO is coded in FNMINIT

Answer

With many parameters in the NPM statement, such as SNMPCOLL or TELNET, the operands are 'YES' or 'NO'. This isn't the case with PORTNUM. It must be coded with a numeric value. PORTNUM=0 is used to cause NPM to not open a port. It sets TELNET and SNMPCOLL parameters to 'NO' but PORTNUM=NO is not valid and shouldn't be used. It will cause it to default to its 1965 value.

Product Alias/Synonym

565504300
R270
NPM
Netview
Performance
Monitor
NvPM
NetPM
NetviewPM
NetworkPM

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More support for:

Tivoli NetView Performance Monitor

Software version:

2.7

Operating system(s):

z/OS

Reference #:

1290531

Modified date:

2013-08-21

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