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Secure E-Business in Tcp/Ip Networks on Os/390 and Z/OS

by IBM Redbooks

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Published by Ibm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Programming - General,
  • Computers,
  • Computer Books: General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages486
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10606489M
    ISBN 100738421561
    ISBN 109780738421568

    Chapter Running EZASOKET Applications on Enterprise Server Enterprise Server with Mainframe Subsystem Support can run CICS and JCL applications that use the EZASOKET APIs. Applications use the features provided by these APIs to establish and manage connections, and to exchange data, over TCP/IP networks. x IBM z/OS V2R1 CS TCP/IP Implementation Volume 3: High Availability, Scalability, and Performance For comprehensive descriptions of the individual parameters for setting up and using the functions described in this book, along with step-by-step checklists and supporting examples,File Size: 2MB.

    Chapter 2 TCP/IP (Overview) This chapter introduces the Solaris implementation of the TCP/IP network protocol suite. The information is intended for network administrators who are unfamiliar with TCP/IP. If you are an experienced TCP/IP network administrator, consider reading chapters that cover the tasks that you want to perform. Automated restart across TCP/IP network outages Improved performance in a Parallel Sysplex environment Several z/OS e-business services will be enhanced in z/OS V1R2 with support for Kerberos third-party authentication: Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory client server The z/OS USS versions of FTP, Telnet, and RSH.

    The TCP/IP feature for z/VM (Level 3A0) is the link that brings the power and resources of your S/ or zSeries server to the Internet while helping to increase the return on your e-business investment. New features deliver customers expanded Internet/ intranet access, improved e-business performance and extended function. TCP/IP for z/VM with. David M. Piscitello/A. Lyman Chapin,Open Systems Networking: TCP/IP and OSI Stephen A. Rago,UNIX®System V Network Programming W. Richard Stevens,Advanced Programming in the UNIX®Environment W. Richard Stevens, TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1Cited by:


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Secure E-Business in Tcp/Ip Networks on Os/390 and Z/OS by IBM Redbooks Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Kakimoto, Tatsuhiko. Secure e-business in TCP/IP networks on OS/ and z/OS. Secure E-Business in Tcp/Ip Networks on Os/ and Z/OS Communications Server for Z/OS V1R2 Tcp/Ip Implementation Guide: Base and Tn Configuration Netware Training Guide: Netware Tcp/Ip and Netware Nfs/Book and Cd-Rom.

Industry standard network security features The term industry standard is used to describe security features of z/OS that are widely implemented and either formally or informally standardized. One item discussed, Transport Layer Security (TLS), is treated in some detail because it is probably the most widely used security protocol on the Internet today.

IBM SMP/E for z/OS and OS/ Messages, Codes, and Diagnosis: GA 2 The IBM TCP/IP link library must be available if IBM TCP/IP is to be included in the the steps outlined in "Migrating to Tivoli Storage Manager Version 5 Release 1" in the Tivoli Storage Manager for OS/ and z/OS Quick Start book before you begin this.

CICS Transaction Server for z/OS Version 2 (CICS TS V2) is the latest version of IBM's CICS transaction management product on the OS/ and z/OS platforms. CICS TS V2 brings major enhancements supporting the role of CICS and CICS applications in e-business.

z/OS ® and IBM System z9 and IBM zSeries ® servers provide an advanced combination of security, availability, and resiliency for the most demanding business applications. The intelligent workload management capabilities of z/OS are designed to deliver responsiveness for today's business demands, allowing z/OS to be the integration point for many of your business processes.

Many of the security features, such as network access control and network auditing, available for TCP/IP are based on those available through the operating system. TCP/IP command security Some commands in TCP/IP provide a secure environment during operation.

CHAPTER 6 Securing TCP/IP The vast majority of computer networks, including the Internet itself, are dependent upon a set of protocols known as the TCP/IP suite. The two core components of this suite, the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and the Internet Protocol (IP), control the formatting and routing of data as it flowsFile Size: 1MB.

TCP/IP supports more than a dozen different types of device attachments to the network. The most significant one is the OSA-Express adapter.

There are two statements involved in configuring any adapter for TCP/IP on a z/OS host: a DEVICE statement and a LINK statement. How TCP/IP selects a source IP address TCP/IP uses the following sequence to select the source IP address for an outbound packet.

For detailed information about the TCP/IP profile () and configuration statements, see z/OS Communications Server: IP Configuration Reference.

Practical TCP/IP and Ethernet Networking (Deon Reynders, Edwin Wright) Maintenance and troubleshooting of real TCP/IP networks Network troubleshooting $ ˇˇ ˜9˜. 5 % This is a hands-on book that has been structured to cover the main areas of TCP/IP and Ethernet in File Size: 8MB. Abstract. This IBM Redbooks publication describes the z/OS Security Services provided by z/OS as of z/OS As this is a vast subject and some of these services have already been addressed by other redbooks, usually in the OS/–z/OS time frame, we concentrate on new services or services that have gone under a noticeable evolution since they were described in previous redbooks, and we.

TCP/IP -> Network Adapter; File and printer sharing for Microsoft Networks; Highlight the TCP/IP item and click the Properties button. Click on the IP Address tab. If you are using DHCP to assign IP addresses click the box next to "Obtain an IP address automatically", otherwise click the box next to "Specify an IP address" and fill in the "IP.

Plus, the book offers updated information about DNS, including details on BIND 8 and BIND 9, the role of classless IP addressing and network prefixes, and the changing role of t a doubt, TCP/IP Network Administration, 3rd Edition is a must-have for all network administrators and anyone who deals with a network that transmits Cited by: Database management systems on z/OS Chapter z/OS HTTP Server Chapter IBM WebSphere Application Server on z/OS Chapter Messaging and queuing Part 4.

System programming on z/OS Chapter Overview of system programming Chapter Using System Modification Program/Extended Chapter Security on z/OS Chapter Network. System Administration Guide: IP ServicesThis book is for anyone responsible for administering TCP/IP network services for systems that run Oracle Solaris.

The book discusses a broad range of Internet Protocol (IP) network administration topics. These topics include IPv4 and IPv6 network configuration, managing TCP/IP networks, DHCP address configuration, IP Security using IPsec and IKE, IP.

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Table 1 lists the base elements and optional features in z/OS® V2R4. The following table headings are used: Name The name of the element or feature.

Last time changed (and equivalent product if nonexclusive) The most recent release in which the element or feature changed.

Overview. z/OS™ V1R2 offers: New and Improved Tools to Manage Your e-business: HiperSockets, a new high-speed low-latency TCP/IP communication between logical partitions, encourages deployment of new Linux and z/OS applications on the z (expected to be available in the fourth quarter of ).

popular wide-area network, the Internet. z/OS Communications Server also provides performance enhancements that can benefit a variety of TCP/IP applications. z/OS Communications Server provides both SNA and TCP/IP networking protocols for z/OS.

The SNA protocols are provided by VTAM® and include Subarea, Advanced Peer-to-Peer. TCP/IP basics. Let me try to give you a short (it will not be very short) and simple introduction to TCP/IP. I will try to keep it as simple as possible (it may to be too simple for some of you, but if you need all the TCP/IP details, you need to go to your local bookstore and buy on of these books with + pages on TCP/IP).– Message digests and secure message authentication codes – Digital certificates – FIPS z/OS TCP/IP network security protocols – SSL/TLS – AT-TLS – IPSec and IKE Relevant System z & z/OS cryptographic componentry – Hardware components – Software components – Communications Server usage Conclusion.Security mechanisms are being "retrofitted" to work with existing networks and TCP/IP.

An understanding of the the TCP/IP protocol is necessary for network security. The TCP/IP stack contains four layers: data link and physical; IP: An Internet protocol or IP address is a number that is used to uniquely identify computers connected to the Internet.