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Hi everyone, Please help. I tried to test the connectivity to OS/390 using telnet. I used Extra on my pc. Here is my problem. I am not able to establish the connection with TSO if the default application(session manager) specified in DEFAULTAPPL statement is not up. got Z 510 at the bottom of the screen. I have no problem connecting to os/390 when it up and running. Here is the telnet parameter that I used and I can't see what's wrong with it. TELNETPARMS PORT 23 INACTIVE 3600 TIMEMARK 10800 SCANINTERVAL 1800 SMFINIT STD SMFTERM STD WLMCLUSTERNAME TN3270E ENDWLMCLUSTERNAME ENDTELNETPARMS BEGINVTAM ; Define logon mode tables to be the defaults shipped with the ; latest level of VTAM TELNETDEVICE 3278-3-E NSX32703 ; 32 line screen - default of NSX32702 TELNETDEVICE 3279-3-E NSX32703 ; 32 line screen - default of NSX32702 TELNETDEVICE 3278-4-E NSX32704 ; 48 line screen - default of NSX32702 TELNETDEVICE 3279-4-E NSX32704 ; 48 line screen - default of NSX32702 TELNETDEVICE 3278-5-E NSX32705 ; 132 column screen - default of NSX327 TELNETDEVICE 3279-5-E NSX32705 ; 132 column screen - default of NSX327 ; Define the LUs to be used for general users. DEFAULTLUS TCP00001 TCP00002 TCP00003 TCP00004 TCP00005 TCP00006 TCP00007 TCP00008 TCP00009 TCP00010 TCP00011 TCP00012 TCP00013 TCP00014 TCP00015 TCP00016 TCP00017 TCP00018 TCP00019 TCP00020 TCP00021 TCP00022 TCP00023 TCP00024 TCP00025 TCP00026 TCP00027 TCP00028 TCP00029 TCP00030 ENDDEFAULTLUS LUSESSIONPEND ; On termination of a Telnet server connection, ; the user will revert to the DEFAULTAPPL DEFAULTAPPL NETPASS ; Set the default application for all Telnet ; sessions to allow CLSDST Pass LINEMODEAPPL TSO ; Send all line-mode terminals directly to TSO. ALLOWAPPL NETPASS QSESSION ; SAMON appl does CLSDST Pass to next app ALLOWAPPL TSO* DISCONNECTABLE ; Allow all users access to TSO ALLOWAPPL * ENDVTAM Thanks in advance. Kim Phan ckphan@nationalgypsum.com 704-365-7431 National Gypsum company 2001 Rexford Road Charlotte, NC 28212 ---------------







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Hi everyone, Please help. I tried to test the connectivity to OS/390 using telnet. I used Extra on my pc. Here is my problem. I am not able to establish the connection with TSO if the default application(session manager) specified in DEFAULTAPPL statement is not up. got Z 510 at the bottom of the screen. I have no problem connecting to os/390 when it up and running. Here is the telnet parameter that I used and I can't see what's wrong with it. TELNETPARMS PORT 23 INACTIVE 3600 TIMEMARK 10800 SCANINTERVAL 1800 SMFINIT STD SMFTERM STD WLMCLUSTERNAME TN3270E ENDWLMCLUSTERNAME ENDTELNETPARMS BEGINVTAM ; Define logon mode tables to be the defaults shipped with the ; latest level of VTAM TELNETDEVICE 3278-3-E NSX32703 ; 32 line screen - default of NSX32702 TELNETDEVICE 3279-3-E NSX32703 ; 32 line screen - default of NSX32702 TELNETDEVICE 3278-4-E NSX32704 ; 48 line screen - default of NSX32702 TELNETDEVICE 3279-4-E NSX32704 ; 48 line screen - default of NSX32702 TELNETDEVICE 3278-5-E NSX32705 ; 132 column screen - default of NSX327 TELNETDEVICE 3279-5-E NSX32705 ; 132 column screen - default of NSX327 ; Define the LUs to be used for general users. DEFAULTLUS TCP00001 TCP00002 TCP00003 TCP00004 TCP00005 TCP00006 TCP00007 TCP00008 TCP00009 TCP00010 TCP00011 TCP00012 TCP00013 TCP00014 TCP00015 TCP00016 TCP00017 TCP00018 TCP00019 TCP00020 TCP00021 TCP00022 TCP00023 TCP00024 TCP00025 TCP00026 TCP00027 TCP00028 TCP00029 TCP00030 ENDDEFAULTLUS LUSESSIONPEND ; On termination of a Telnet server connection, ; the user will revert to the DEFAULTAPPL DEFAULTAPPL NETPASS ; Set the default application for all Telnet ; sessions to allow CLSDST Pass LINEMODEAPPL TSO ; Send all line-mode terminals directly to TSO. ALLOWAPPL NETPASS QSESSION ; SAMON appl does CLSDST Pass to next app ALLOWAPPL TSO* DISCONNECTABLE ; Allow all users access to TSO ALLOWAPPL * ENDVTAM Thanks in advance. Kim Phan ckphan@nationalgypsum.com 704-365-7431 National Gypsum company 2001 Rexford Road Charlotte, NC 28212 ---------------







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Kim, That's the way that DEFAULTAPPL works! If you do not have an application that's intended to always be up you can comment out the DEFAULTAPPL statement. Then, when you telnet in, you will get the telnet solicitor screen and you can key in the name of the application that you want to access. John Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 15:17:52 -0400 From: "Phan, Kim" <a href="mailto:CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com">CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com/a>> Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" (...snip) I am not able to establish the connection with TSO if the default application(session manager) specified in DEFAULTAPPL statement is not up. got Z 510 at the bottom of the screen. I have no problem connecting to os/390 when it up and running. Here is the telnet parameter that I used and I can't see what's wrong with it. (snip...) ---------------



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Kim, That's the way that DEFAULTAPPL works! If you do not have an application that's intended to always be up you can comment out the DEFAULTAPPL statement. Then, when you telnet in, you will get the telnet solicitor screen and you can key in the name of the application that you want to access. John Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 15:17:52 -0400 From: "Phan, Kim" <a href="mailto:CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com">CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com/a>> Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" (...snip) I am not able to establish the connection with TSO if the default application(session manager) specified in DEFAULTAPPL statement is not up. got Z 510 at the bottom of the screen. I have no problem connecting to os/390 when it up and running. Here is the telnet parameter that I used and I can't see what's wrong with it. (snip...) ---------------



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If Kim is on OS/390 2.10 or later there is an alternative. Putting the = parm LOGAPPL on the DEFAULTAPPL cuases the MVS Tn3270 servr to do a = pretty good job of emulating VTAM's AUTOLOGON (ie, LOGAPPL) processing. = The only difference I've found is that the Tn3270 LOGAPPL support = requires VTAM's AUTOTI to redrive AUTOLOGON processing in some cases = where VTAM's LOGAPPL support does not. Pat O'Keefe=20 -----Original Message----- From: a href="mailto:John Klayman [mailto:JOHN_KLAYMAN@mech.disa.mil]">John Klayman [mailto:JOHN_KLAYMAN@mech.disa.mil]/a> Sent: Monday, April 22, 2002 9:45 AM To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question Kim, That's the way that DEFAULTAPPL works! If you do not have an = application that's intended to always be up you can comment out the DEFAULTAPPL statement. Then, when you telnet in, you will get the telnet solicitor screen and you can key in the name of the application that you want to access. John Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 15:17:52 -0400 From: "Phan, Kim" <a href="mailto:CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com">CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com/a>> Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3D"iso-8859-1" (...snip) I am not able to establish the connection with TSO if the default application(session manager) specified in DEFAULTAPPL statement is not = up. got Z 510 at the bottom of the screen. I have no problem connecting to os/390 when it up and running. Here is the telnet parameter that I used and I can't see what's wrong = with it. (snip...) ---------------







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If Kim is on OS/390 2.10 or later there is an alternative. Putting the = parm LOGAPPL on the DEFAULTAPPL cuases the MVS Tn3270 servr to do a = pretty good job of emulating VTAM's AUTOLOGON (ie, LOGAPPL) processing. = The only difference I've found is that the Tn3270 LOGAPPL support = requires VTAM's AUTOTI to redrive AUTOLOGON processing in some cases = where VTAM's LOGAPPL support does not. Pat O'Keefe=20 -----Original Message----- From: a href="mailto:John Klayman [mailto:JOHN_KLAYMAN@mech.disa.mil]">John Klayman [mailto:JOHN_KLAYMAN@mech.disa.mil]/a> Sent: Monday, April 22, 2002 9:45 AM To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question Kim, That's the way that DEFAULTAPPL works! If you do not have an = application that's intended to always be up you can comment out the DEFAULTAPPL statement. Then, when you telnet in, you will get the telnet solicitor screen and you can key in the name of the application that you want to access. John Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 15:17:52 -0400 From: "Phan, Kim" <a href="mailto:CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com">CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com/a>> Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3D"iso-8859-1" (...snip) I am not able to establish the connection with TSO if the default application(session manager) specified in DEFAULTAPPL statement is not = up. got Z 510 at the bottom of the screen. I have no problem connecting to os/390 when it up and running. Here is the telnet parameter that I used and I can't see what's wrong = with it. (snip...) ---------------



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Pat, True, the connection will be made but no session will be formed until the DEFAULTAPPL (session manager) is available. Until that time Kim will still not be able to access TSO. 8>( John Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 12:46:08 -0700 From: Patrick O'Keefe <a href="mailto:Patrick.O'keefe@airborne.com">Patrick.O'keefe@airborne.com/a>> Subject: Re: OS/390 Telnet server question MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 If Kim is on OS/390 2.10 or later there is an alternative. Putting the parm LOGAPPL on the DEFAULTAPPL cuases the MVS Tn3270 servr to do a pretty good job of emulating VTAM's AUTOLOGON (ie, LOGAPPL) processing. The only difference I've found is that the Tn3270 LOGAPPL support requires VTAM's AUTOTI to redrive AUTOLOGON processing in some cases where VTAM's LOGAPPL support does not. Pat O'Keefe -----Original Message----- From: a href="mailto:John Klayman [mailto:JOHN_KLAYMAN@mech.disa.mil]">John Klayman [mailto:JOHN_KLAYMAN@mech.disa.mil]/a> Sent: Monday, April 22, 2002 9:45 AM To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question Kim, That's the way that DEFAULTAPPL works! If you do not have an application that's intended to always be up you can comment out the DEFAULTAPPL statement. Then, when you telnet in, you will get the telnet solicitor screen and you can key in the name of the application that you want to access. John Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 15:17:52 -0400 From: "Phan, Kim" <a href="mailto:CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com">CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com/a>> Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" (...snip) I am not able to establish the connection with TSO if the default application(session manager) specified in DEFAULTAPPL statement is not up. got Z 510 at the bottom of the screen. I have no problem connecting to os/390 when it up and running. Here is the telnet parameter that I used and I can't see what's wrong with it. (snip...) ---------------







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Pat, True, the connection will be made but no session will be formed until the DEFAULTAPPL (session manager) is available. Until that time Kim will still not be able to access TSO. 8>( John Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 12:46:08 -0700 From: Patrick O'Keefe <a href="mailto:Patrick.O'keefe@airborne.com">Patrick.O'keefe@airborne.com/a>> Subject: Re: OS/390 Telnet server question MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 If Kim is on OS/390 2.10 or later there is an alternative. Putting the parm LOGAPPL on the DEFAULTAPPL cuases the MVS Tn3270 servr to do a pretty good job of emulating VTAM's AUTOLOGON (ie, LOGAPPL) processing. The only difference I've found is that the Tn3270 LOGAPPL support requires VTAM's AUTOTI to redrive AUTOLOGON processing in some cases where VTAM's LOGAPPL support does not. Pat O'Keefe -----Original Message----- From: a href="mailto:John Klayman [mailto:JOHN_KLAYMAN@mech.disa.mil]">John Klayman [mailto:JOHN_KLAYMAN@mech.disa.mil]/a> Sent: Monday, April 22, 2002 9:45 AM To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question Kim, That's the way that DEFAULTAPPL works! If you do not have an application that's intended to always be up you can comment out the DEFAULTAPPL statement. Then, when you telnet in, you will get the telnet solicitor screen and you can key in the name of the application that you want to access. John Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 15:17:52 -0400 From: "Phan, Kim" <a href="mailto:CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com">CKPhan@NationalGypsum.com/a>> Subject: OS/390 Telnet server question MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" (...snip) I am not able to establish the connection with TSO if the default application(session manager) specified in DEFAULTAPPL statement is not up. got Z 510 at the bottom of the screen. I have no problem connecting to os/390 when it up and running. Here is the telnet parameter that I used and I can't see what's wrong with it. (snip...) ---------------






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