Tue, 20 Jul 1993 15:39:10 EST

 


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Our configuration is as follows: One MVS CPU with 3 LPARS (CPU1, CPU2, & CPU3) One 3172 model 1 with 2 Channel adapters (one CA to CPU1 & one CA to CPU2) and 2 LAN adapters into our Ethernet backbone We currently only run TCP/IP on one CPU at a time. What we would like to do is to run TCP/IP on both CPU1 & CPU2 concurrently. I am getting a little confused between Hostnames and System names. The NJE node name is PO which is for all of the LPARS. How does this affect the configuration files as far as hostnames go? Does it matter? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks..... Charlie Rizzuto (609)-734-5246 (CJR2567@ROSEDALE.BITNET) (CRIZZUTO@ROSEDALE.ORG)



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Our configuration is as follows: One MVS CPU with 3 LPARS (CPU1, CPU2, & CPU3) One 3172 model 1 with 2 Channel adapters (one CA to CPU1 & one CA to CPU2) and 2 LAN adapters into our Ethernet backbone We currently only run TCP/IP on one CPU at a time. What we would like to do is to run TCP/IP on both CPU1 & CPU2 concurrently. I am getting a little confused between Hostnames and System names. The NJE node name is PO which is for all of the LPARS. How does this affect the configuration files as far as hostnames go? Does it matter? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks..... Charlie Rizzuto (609)-734-5246 (CJR2567@ROSEDALE.BITNET) (CRIZZUTO@ROSEDALE.ORG)



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>We currently only run TCP/IP on one CPU at a time. What we would like to do is >to run TCP/IP on both CPU1 & CPU2 concurrently. I am getting a little confused >between Hostnames and System names. The NJE node name is PO which is for all >of the LPARS. How does this affect the configuration files as far as hostnames >go? Does it matter? Any help would be appreciated. We are also running multiple TCP/IPs via LPAR. Our 'host' names do not match any jes2 node name on any system. Some config stuff: TCPIP.HOSTS.LOCAL (both systems) HOST: ip-addr1: hostname1 :::: HOST: ip-addr2: hostname2 :::: TCPIP.TCPIP.DATA (system1) HOSTNAME hostname1 TCPIP.TCPIP.DATA (system2) HOSTNAME hostname2 Hope this helps. Joe Peresich nwjgp@mail.nwrdc.fsu.edu







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>We currently only run TCP/IP on one CPU at a time. What we would like to do is >to run TCP/IP on both CPU1 & CPU2 concurrently. I am getting a little confused >between Hostnames and System names. The NJE node name is PO which is for all >of the LPARS. How does this affect the configuration files as far as hostnames >go? Does it matter? Any help would be appreciated. We are also running multiple TCP/IPs via LPAR. Our 'host' names do not match any jes2 node name on any system. Some config stuff: TCPIP.HOSTS.LOCAL (both systems) HOST: ip-addr1: hostname1 :::: HOST: ip-addr2: hostname2 :::: TCPIP.TCPIP.DATA (system1) HOSTNAME hostname1 TCPIP.TCPIP.DATA (system2) HOSTNAME hostname2 Hope this helps. Joe Peresich nwjgp@mail.nwrdc.fsu.edu


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