SNA: architecture, protocols, and implementation
A complete introduction to understanding and implementing SNA. This is a concise explanation of how to plan, design, and implement all aspects of SNA. The book avoids theoretical material in favor of pointing out how to use SNA to solve real-world problems. Covers all recent SNA developments and focuses on emerging requirements for the 90s.
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IBM and the Evolution of Teleprocessing
SNA Logical Structure
Physical Control and Synchronous Data Unk Control SDLC
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activation ACTPU APPC application APPN architecture bind image boundary node bracket buffer byte CDRM CICS configuration conversation cross-domain cryptography defined destination devices domain Figure flow frame front end functions gateway GWNCP GWSSCP half session half-duplex header host I/O channel IBM Token Ring implementation indicator interface ISDN LAPB layer link station logon LU Type LU-LU session major node microcode modem multiple NAH1 NBH1 NCP1 NCP2 NetView network management NMVT NPSI operator OSI/CS pacing parameters path control peripheral node Physical Unit PIUs primary protocols receive request response SDLC secondary sequence number shown in Fig SNA network SNADS specified SSCP SSCP-PU subarea nodes subarea number subsystem syncpoint tables terminal tion Token Ring transaction programs transmission verb virtual circuit virtual route VTAM