IBM Mainframe Communications Concepts
The IBM Mainframe Communications Concepts course provides an overview of traditional SNA and TCP/IP communication protocols and the logical and physical components associated with them.
Help desk operators, junior and senior operators, network and system programmers, and other personnel requiring knowledge of the IBM Mainframe networking.
Basic knowledge of z/OS and networking concepts.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify and understand the protocols used by mainframe networks.
- Identify mainframe networking hardware.
SNA Subarea Networks
Logical Units and Terminals
Physical Units and Controllers
Defining and activating resources
Sessions and the SSCP
SNI and CDRMs
LU 6.2 and APPC
DLU Requesters and Servers
Introducing TCPIP on the Mainframe
The Mainframe OSA Adapter
Other TCPIP Connectivity options
SNA through TCPIP
Communications Controller for Linux (CCL)
IBM Mainframe Communications Concepts Mastery Test
This course is part of
the IBM Open Badge Program
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