Network communications related information
IBM(R) related information contains technical, know-how, and "how-to" information.
- Alerts Support
Understand how to configure and manage a network with alerts support. You can create, send, and log alert messages for problem management.
- DSNX Support
Find information about what is needed before running distributed systems node executive (DSNX) support. Learn to use the general programming interface, naming conventions, and security considerations. Information is also available about configuring your server to use DSNX support.
- Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) Support
Learn about IPX concepts and terminology, IPX protocols, advanced IPX configuration, managing and operating IPX support, IPX performance, and IPX problem analysis.
- Remote Work Station Support
This manual describes how to configure and use remote workstations to access your server. Find specific information about the 5250 display station pass-through function and 5294, 5394, 5494 controllers and other types of remote workstations.
- X.25 Network Support
This manual describes X.25 concepts, preparation, configuration, and communications functions for the server. Information about the X.25 network interface is also available.
- 3270 Device Emulation Support
This manual describes how to configure, set up, and operate 3270 device emulation support for displays and printers.
- AS/400 APPN Configuration Guide
This redbook describes the concepts, configurations, and flows between Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) network nodes, Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) end nodes, and low-entry networking (LEN) nodes.
- Inside APPN and HPR - The Essential Guide to New SNA
This redbook gives a mid-level description of the Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) architecture. It provides a tutorial on the APPN architectural functions, how the different functional components work together, and a summary of APPN implementations in IBM products.
- SNA and TCP/IP Integration
This redbook addresses the major networking concerns facing many large enterprises today: how to integrate their present SNA network with tomorrow's TCP/IP and Web-based communication requirements.
- Subarea to APPN Migration: HPR and DLUR Implementation
This redbook might be helpful for anyone considering, planning, or supporting migrating their existing subarea networks to APPN/HPR. Some knowledge of SNA subarea networks and familiarity with the functions, terms, and data flows of APPN networks is assumed.
- Using the AS/400 as an IPX Router
This redbook might help you become familiar with and then configure IPX router support. In addition to providing a configuration overview and configuration scenarios, the book includes an overview of IPX and the other Novell NetWare protocol stack components.
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