In today’s networked world, the usability of a computer system is defined by its connectivity. Although there are many ways for TCP/IP traffic to reach IBM mainframes, this chapter describes the most commonly used and the most dynamic types of mainframe connectivity.
Detailed topics about these interfaces are provided, including implementation information, design scenarios, and setup examples.
This chapter covers the topics that are ...

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