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Curriculum Description | Curriculum Roadmap | Curriculum Schedule | Course Enrolment
3 days   *   Advanced   *   Lecture only

Course Summary:
This course reveals in detail how to customise the TCP/IP for MVS product and the commonly used servers. All versions of TCP/IP for MVS are covered and the essential and important configuration options are explained and examples provided.

Target Audience:
Network Technicians, Systems Programmers and Technical Managers who need an understanding of how TCP/IP for MVS is installed and configured.

Recommended Prerequisites:
A basic familiarity with TCP/IP is an advantage, although a general introduction to TCP/IP is provided in the course. A basic familiarity with Unix will also be an advantage, but is not required. Basic familiarity with MVS system programming will be a distinct advantage, but is also not required.

Course Objectives:
After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Describe in detail the TPC/IP architecture and protocols together with their use in corporate networks including IP addressing, subnets and routing
  • List the major configuration steps involved in customising TCP/IP for MVS
  • Explain how to define the host name, domain name and DNS information and the purpose and use of the HOSTS file
  • Explain how the TCP/IP to SNA gateway operates and how TCP/IP users are able to access SNA applications
  • Explain the Security Server customisation required for TCP/IP for MVS
  • Explain the purpose and use of Virtual IP addressing (VIPA)
  • Describe how to define common devices to TCP/IP for MVS
  • Describe the different options for supporting the HOSTS file
  • Explain the configuration of the TN3270 server and the SNA gateway
  • Describe how to implement a VTAM USS table for TN3270 users
  • Describe how to customise the Unix Telnet server and the Inet daemon
  • Describe the operation and customisation of the FTP server
  • Describe the customisation of the TFTP server
  • Describe the customisation of the Routed server
  • Explain the major problem determination tools available
  • Describe in overview how SNMP is implemented on MVS

    Key Topics:

  • TCP/IP Architectual review
  • An Overview of TCP/IP on MVS
  • TCP/IP for MVS Installation
  • Base Product Customisation
  • Server Customisation
  • TCP/IP for MVS Command Overview
  • Problem Determination Considerations
  • Network Management Considerations

    Last modified: 29-Jun-2016

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