Wed, 14 Jan 1998 07:59:28 -0800

 


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Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Lydia Chan L.C. (ac10101) wrote: > > Hi, > > Can anyone tell me whether I can use TCP/IP FTP to make a ftp > connection to Mainframe VSE 2.3 ? I don't want to use the on-host > TCP/IP FTP Server solution since it may require me to buy another > package, plus adding RAM and processing power of the host. > I would prefer not to add too much things on the host, better to > have a off-host FTP processing solution. > > Could you email me (lydtssl@hk.net) for any idea? > > Thanks, > Lydia. One of my company's customers performs VSE / UNIX file exchanges with a VSE application driving a TCP/IP stack operating in a 3725 (or 3745) front end processor (we supply the 37xx software). If you would like futher information I'm at pboone@iconetworks.com



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Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Lydia Chan L.C. (ac10101) wrote: > > Hi, > > Can anyone tell me whether I can use TCP/IP FTP to make a ftp > connection to Mainframe VSE 2.3 ? I don't want to use the on-host > TCP/IP FTP Server solution since it may require me to buy another > package, plus adding RAM and processing power of the host. > I would prefer not to add too much things on the host, better to > have a off-host FTP processing solution. > > Could you email me (lydtssl@hk.net) for any idea? > > Thanks, > Lydia. One of my company's customers performs VSE / UNIX file exchanges with a VSE application driving a TCP/IP stack operating in a 3725 (or 3745) front end processor (we supply the 37xx software). If you would like futher information I'm at pboone@iconetworks.com


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