Don't miss this opportunity to improve your SNA networking potential! The new edition of this best-selling guide will show you how to make the move to the qnewq SNA - IBM's Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN), which is now implemented on every major platform used in enterprise computing. With the help of this expert sourcebook, you'll learn how to implement APPN ... how to configure both SNA and APPN in the same network ... and how APPN differs from SNA. The Second Edition of Introduction to SNA Networking fully explains the new versions of VTAM and NCP (VTAM V4.x and NCP V6.x) that are required to implement both traditional SNA and APPN, the new IBM controllers that can participate in APPN and the new internetworking functionality of IBM 3174 Establishment Controllers and IBM 3745 Communications Controllers - enhanced to communicate using APPN as well as TCP/IP. This state-of-the-art networking tool also covers in detail connectivity enhancements to mainframe applications using Token-Ring and Ethernet local area network communications. If you're a computer professional involved with enterprise computing in either a large or small corporation, this new book will give you the hands-on skills needed to take advantage of the latest developments in SNA networking.It is usually allowed to default to PL1 in the majority of VTAM installations. For more information, see the IBM VTAM customization manual. The REP operand specifies the valid USS command that this user- defined command is replacing.
|Title||:||Introduction to SNA Networking|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1995|