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Figure 13. Enter a Label
Select View/Edit.
Activate the Set the certificate as a trusted root, and click OK.
2.4.4 Setting up TN3270 connections using PCOMM
When all of the above configuration steps have been completed, you may
establish a secure TN3270 session to a host from your client via an
SSL-enabled CS/AIX TN3270 server.
Select Start -> Programs -> IBM Personal Communications -> Start or
Configure Sessions.
When the Welcome to the IBM Personal Communications WorkStation
Window appears, then select OK.
The Customize Communication window as shown in Figure 14 is
displayed.
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Figure 14. Customize Communication
Choose the appropriate type of host, interface and attachment values for
the desired Telnet host.
Select Link Parameters.
The Telnet3270 window appears as shown in Figure 15.
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Figure 15. Telnet3270
Specify the Host Name or IP Address and LU parameters in the Primary
field.
Specify the Port number for Primary. The default Telnet port value of 23 is
displayed. However, this must be changed to match the port number
defined in the CS/AIX Telnet server.
Check Enable Security.
Select Apply.
Select OK.
Select OK.
TN3270 secure connection is shown in Figure 16.
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Figure 16. TN3270 session
When it has connected successfully, you will see a normal session window
except that the status bar has a locked padlock in the bottom left-hand corner
which tells you that it is connected to a secure server.
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