IP filtering
IP filtering provides a means of permitting or denying IP messages (packets) into and out of the z/OS Communications Server environment at an early stage in message handling (and, therefore, efficiently). By “early,” we mean at a point when the packet is just about to enter the protocol stack and before any applications are executed or much “work” is performed.
Depending on your security policies, IP filtering capabilities can provide ...

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