TCP/IP applications
This chapter provides information on how to customize z/OS UNIX in order to use TCP/IP. It also discusses how to enable remote UNIX logins to the z/OS UNIX System Services shell using rlogin or Telnet, as well as FTP daemon and SYSLOGD daemon.
The chapter begins by describing the remote login procedure and the socket file systems in BPXPRMxx for z/OS UNIX.
Then it provides the details of how to set up the following z/OS UNIX daemons: inetd, rlogin, Telnet, FTPD, and SYSLOGD.
Finally, it explains the search sequence for CS TCP/IP. ...

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