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Comms – Monitoring and Controlling TCP/IP 2.5

Duration

4  hours

Overview

Description

This course covers the fundamentals of TCP/IP, including its diverse features and functions. It also provides details on initiating and terminating TCP/IP, along with an introduction to a range of commands for monitoring and managing both TCP/IP client and server applications.

Audience

Operators, Help Desk staff, and TCP/IP network technicians that need to interact with TCP/IP on a regular basis.

Prerequisites

Successful completion of the Interskill Comms – IBM Mainframe Communications Concepts course, or equivalent knowledge.

Objectives

At the end of this module, you should be able to:

  • Start and Stop TCP/IP
  • Identify TCP/IP Support Daemons
  • Enter TCP/IP Commands in TSO/E, z/OS UNIX System Services, and a Console
  • Send and Receive Files using FTP
  • Access Remote Computers
  • Identify FTP, Remote Execution Servers, Telnet, and CSSMTP Servers

Course Content

TCP/IP Commands

TCP/IP Command Format
TCP/IP Started Task
TCP/IP JCL
Starting and Stopping TCP/IP
TCP/IP Daemons
Syslogd
RESOLVER
INETD
TSO/E Commands
TSO NETSTAT
TRACERTE
z/OS UNIX System Services Commands
Console Commands
Displaying TCP/IP Status

TCP/IP Client Application Commands

FTP from z/OS UNIX System Services
FTP from TSO
FTP from Batch
Telnet
rexec
rsh
Sending E-mail from Batch
TSO SMTPNOTE

TCP/IP Server Application Commands

Starting and Stopping the FTP Server
Using TSO REXEC
z/OS UNIX REXECD
Starting TN3270
Using z/OS UNIX Telnet
Starting CSSMTP
Sendmail

Comms – Monitoring and Controlling TCP/IP 2.5 Mastery Test