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Hi Is there any difference between the two different routings ? Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ? Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business? I mean keeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ? Jake ---------------



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Hi Is there any difference between the two different routings ? Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ? Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business? I mean keeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ? Jake ---------------



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It depends. Dynamic routing is needed if you're using DVIPA. Otherwise, i= n my opinion, it is overused, mostly by habit.=0A=0AMAC or IP takeover is s= ufficient to take care of interface failures. Actual network failures are = handled by the .... wait for it .... network infrastructure. =0A=0AIf CS ev= er adds link aggregation like z/VM has, networking will get a lot simpler. = It relieves interface failure and bandwidth concerns.=0A=0AIMO.=0A=0ARegar= ds,=0A Alan=0A=0A=0A Jake Anderson --- [IBMTCP-L] Dynamic Routing and a = static Routing --- =0A From:"Jake Anderson" <justmainframes@gmail.com>To= :IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDUDate:Mon, Jul 4, 2016 11:36 PMSubject:[IBMTCP-L] Dyn= amic Routing and a static Routing=0A =0A HiIs there any difference betw= een the two different routings ?Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment = each other ?Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business= ? I meankeeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ?Jake---= ---------------CP-L subscribe / signoff / archive access instructions,send email to LISTSE= RV@VM.MARIST.EDU with the message: INFO IBMTCP-L ---------------



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It depends. Dynamic routing is needed if you're using DVIPA. Otherwise, i= n my opinion, it is overused, mostly by habit.=0A=0AMAC or IP takeover is s= ufficient to take care of interface failures. Actual network failures are = handled by the .... wait for it .... network infrastructure. =0A=0AIf CS ev= er adds link aggregation like z/VM has, networking will get a lot simpler. = It relieves interface failure and bandwidth concerns.=0A=0AIMO.=0A=0ARegar= ds,=0A Alan=0A=0A=0A Jake Anderson --- [IBMTCP-L] Dynamic Routing and a = static Routing --- =0A From:"Jake Anderson" <justmainframes@gmail.com>To= :IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDUDate:Mon, Jul 4, 2016 11:36 PMSubject:[IBMTCP-L] Dyn= amic Routing and a static Routing=0A =0A HiIs there any difference betw= een the two different routings ?Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment = each other ?Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business= ? I meankeeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ?Jake---= ---------------CP-L subscribe / signoff / archive access instructions,send email to LISTSE= RV@VM.MARIST.EDU with the message: INFO IBMTCP-L ---------------







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Isn't dynamic routing helps when we have multiple OSA interface and handles the failures efficiently? On Jul 5, 2016 9:37 AM, "Alan Altmark" <Alan_Altmark@us.ibm.com> wrote: > It depends. Dynamic routing is needed if you're using DVIPA. Otherwise, > in my opinion, it is overused, mostly by habit. > > MAC or IP takeover is sufficient to take care of interface failures. > Actual network failures are handled by the .... wait for it .... network > infrastructure. > > If CS ever adds link aggregation like z/VM has, networking will get a lot > simpler. It relieves interface failure and bandwidth concerns. > > IMO. > > Regards, > Alan > > > Jake Anderson --- [IBMTCP-L] Dynamic Routing and a static Routing --- > From:"Jake Anderson" <justmainframes@gmail.com > >To:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDUDate:Mon, Jul 4, 2016 11:36 > PMSubject:[IBMTCP-L] Dynamic Routing and a static Routing > > HiIs there any difference between the two different routings ?Does > Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ?Do they really have any > advantage when it comes to the business? I meankeeping a dynamic routing is > more advantageous than static ---------------> IBMTCP-L subscribe / signoff / archive access instructions,send email to > LISTSERV@VM.MARIST.EDU with the message: INFO IBMTCP-L > ---------------



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Isn't dynamic routing helps when we have multiple OSA interface and handles the failures efficiently? On Jul 5, 2016 9:37 AM, "Alan Altmark" <Alan_Altmark@us.ibm.com> wrote: > It depends. Dynamic routing is needed if you're using DVIPA. Otherwise, > in my opinion, it is overused, mostly by habit. > > MAC or IP takeover is sufficient to take care of interface failures. > Actual network failures are handled by the .... wait for it .... network > infrastructure. > > If CS ever adds link aggregation like z/VM has, networking will get a lot > simpler. It relieves interface failure and bandwidth concerns. > > IMO. > > Regards, > Alan > > > Jake Anderson --- [IBMTCP-L] Dynamic Routing and a static Routing --- > From:"Jake Anderson" <justmainframes@gmail.com > >To:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDUDate:Mon, Jul 4, 2016 11:36 > PMSubject:[IBMTCP-L] Dynamic Routing and a static Routing > > HiIs there any difference between the two different routings ?Does > Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ?Do they really have any > advantage when it comes to the business? I meankeeping a dynamic routing is > more advantageous than static ---------------> IBMTCP-L subscribe / signoff / archive access instructions,send email to > LISTSERV@VM.MARIST.EDU with the message: INFO IBMTCP-L > ---------------







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Jake, Do you have a problem that you are trying to solve? If so, it is easier = to state what you are trying to do with Dynamic and Static Routes. If = not, I think the manuals could be helpful for this general question. Lizette > -----Original Message----- > From: IBM TCP/IP List [a href="mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]">mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]/a> On Behalf Of = Jake > Anderson > Sent: Monday, July 04, 2016 8:36 PM > To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU > Subject: Dynamic Routing and a static Routing >=20 > Hi >=20 > Is there any difference between the two different routings ? >=20 > Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ? >=20 > Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business? I = mean > keeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ? >=20 > Jake >=20 ---------------



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Jake, Do you have a problem that you are trying to solve? If so, it is easier = to state what you are trying to do with Dynamic and Static Routes. If = not, I think the manuals could be helpful for this general question. Lizette > -----Original Message----- > From: IBM TCP/IP List [a href="mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]">mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]/a> On Behalf Of = Jake > Anderson > Sent: Monday, July 04, 2016 8:36 PM > To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU > Subject: Dynamic Routing and a static Routing >=20 > Hi >=20 > Is there any difference between the two different routings ? >=20 > Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ? >=20 > Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business? I = mean > keeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ? >=20 > Jake >=20 ---------------



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Hi Lizette This is a forum to just to know someone's experience and obviously I am looking into the forum. Here this just some experience from the TCPIP gurus to share their opinion. Interested can reply or else you can ignore. Jake On Jul 5, 2016 10:30 AM, "Lizette Koehler" <starsoul@mindspring.com> wrote: > Jake, > > Do you have a problem that you are trying to solve? If so, it is easier > to state what you are trying to do with Dynamic and Static Routes. If not, > I think the manuals could be helpful for this general question. > > Lizette > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: IBM TCP/IP List [a href="mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]">mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]/a> On Behalf Of Jake > > Anderson > > Sent: Monday, July 04, 2016 8:36 PM > > To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU > > Subject: Dynamic Routing and a static Routing > > > > Hi > > > > Is there any difference between the two different routings ? > > > > Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ? > > > > Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business? I mean > > keeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ? > > > > Jake > > > ---------------







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Hi Lizette This is a forum to just to know someone's experience and obviously I am looking into the forum. Here this just some experience from the TCPIP gurus to share their opinion. Interested can reply or else you can ignore. Jake On Jul 5, 2016 10:30 AM, "Lizette Koehler" <starsoul@mindspring.com> wrote: > Jake, > > Do you have a problem that you are trying to solve? If so, it is easier > to state what you are trying to do with Dynamic and Static Routes. If not, > I think the manuals could be helpful for this general question. > > Lizette > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: IBM TCP/IP List [a href="mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]">mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]/a> On Behalf Of Jake > > Anderson > > Sent: Monday, July 04, 2016 8:36 PM > > To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU > > Subject: Dynamic Routing and a static Routing > > > > Hi > > > > Is there any difference between the two different routings ? > > > > Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ? > > > > Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business? I mean > > keeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ? > > > > Jake > > > ---------------



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Obviously I am looking into the manual but there are some great number of experiences that I am trying to get some of their ideas. Lizette you can ignore and keep moving on. :) On Jul 5, 2016 10:33 AM, "Jake Anderson" <justmainframes@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi Lizette > > This is a forum to just to know someone's experience and obviously I am > looking into the forum. > > Here this just some experience from the TCPIP gurus to share their > opinion. > > Interested can reply or else you can ignore. > > Jake > > On Jul 5, 2016 10:30 AM, "Lizette Koehler" <starsoul@mindspring.com> > wrote: > >> Jake, >> >> Do you have a problem that you are trying to solve? If so, it is easier >> to state what you are trying to do with Dynamic and Static Routes. If not, >> I think the manuals could be helpful for this general question. >> >> Lizette >> >> >> > -----Original Message----- >> > From: IBM TCP/IP List [a href="mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]">mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]/a> On Behalf Of Jake >> > Anderson >> > Sent: Monday, July 04, 2016 8:36 PM >> > To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU >> > Subject: Dynamic Routing and a static Routing >> > >> > Hi >> > >> > Is there any difference between the two different routings ? >> > >> > Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ? >> > >> > Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business? I mean >> > keeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ? >> > >> > Jake >> > >> ---------------







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Obviously I am looking into the manual but there are some great number of experiences that I am trying to get some of their ideas. Lizette you can ignore and keep moving on. :) On Jul 5, 2016 10:33 AM, "Jake Anderson" <justmainframes@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi Lizette > > This is a forum to just to know someone's experience and obviously I am > looking into the forum. > > Here this just some experience from the TCPIP gurus to share their > opinion. > > Interested can reply or else you can ignore. > > Jake > > On Jul 5, 2016 10:30 AM, "Lizette Koehler" <starsoul@mindspring.com> > wrote: > >> Jake, >> >> Do you have a problem that you are trying to solve? If so, it is easier >> to state what you are trying to do with Dynamic and Static Routes. If not, >> I think the manuals could be helpful for this general question. >> >> Lizette >> >> >> > -----Original Message----- >> > From: IBM TCP/IP List [a href="mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]">mailto:IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU]/a> On Behalf Of Jake >> > Anderson >> > Sent: Monday, July 04, 2016 8:36 PM >> > To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU >> > Subject: Dynamic Routing and a static Routing >> > >> > Hi >> > >> > Is there any difference between the two different routings ? >> > >> > Does Dynamic and Static routing compliment each other ? >> > >> > Do they really have any advantage when it comes to the business? I mean >> > keeping a dynamic routing is more advantageous than static ? >> > >> > Jake >> > >> ---------------


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