how do we cancel tcp/ip??



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how do we cancel tcp/ip??

Postby aravindckr » Wed May 12, 2010 3:09 am

i have a interview question


what command is used to cancel tcp/ip????


which member is used for tcp/ip comm???
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Re: how do we cancel tcp/ip??

 

Re: how do we cancel tcp/ip??

Postby Robert Sample » Wed May 12, 2010 4:45 am

Console command P <tcpipname> will stop TCP/IP on the LPAR -- tcpipname is the started task name used at your site (usually but not always TCPIP). This is usually done by an operator or system programmer, since stopping TCP/IP means every 3270 session, FTP, and email in process on that LPAR will be interrupted.

There are multiple configuration parameter files used by TCP/IP -- basic configuration, OSA interface configuration, FTP configuration, and SMTP configuration being some of the possible configuration members that are required. The TCP/IP started task will identify the configuration file used at your site; generally this is a PDS with members for the various configuration requirements.
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Re: how do we cancel tcp/ip??

Postby intel775 » Sat May 22, 2010 7:34 am

Robert Sample wrote:Console command P <tcpipname> will stop TCP/IP on the LPAR -- tcpipname is the started task name used at your site (usually but not always TCPIP). This is usually done by an operator or system programmer, since stopping TCP/IP means every 3270 session, FTP, and email in process on that LPAR will be interrupted.

There are multiple configuration parameter files used by TCP/IP -- basic configuration, OSA interface configuration, FTP configuration, and SMTP configuration being some of the possible configuration members that are required. The TCP/IP started task will identify the configuration file used at your site; generally this is a PDS with members for the various configuration requirements.
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Thanks for imformation :)
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