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HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
Installation and Configuration

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Contents (summary)
Preface Preface
Chapter 1 Preparing to Install and Configure TCP/IP Services
Chapter 2 Installing TCP/IP Services
Chapter 3 Configuring TCP/IP Services
Chapter 4 Configuring IPv6
Appendix A Sample New TCP/IP Services Installation and Configuration


Preface Preface
Chapter 1
1 Preparing to Install and Configure TCP/IP Services
     1.1     Understanding the Major Tasks
     1.2     Preinstallation Tasks
         1.2.1         Inspecting the Distribution Kit
         1.2.2         Extracting the Release Notes
         1.2.3         Backing Up the System Disk and Upgrading OpenVMS
         1.2.4         Registering the License Product Authorization Key
         1.2.5         Checking the Disk Space
         1.2.6         Checking the Physical Memory
         1.2.7         Checking the System Parameters
                Global Pagelets and Global Sections
                Nonpaged Dynamic Pool
         1.2.8         Assigning a User Identification Code
         1.2.9         Remove Early Adopters Kits (EAKs)
     1.3     Assembling Configuration Information
Chapter 2
2 Installing TCP/IP Services
     2.1     Invoking the Installation Procedure
     2.2     Stepping Through the Installation Procedure
     2.3     Postinstallation Tasks
Chapter 3
3 Configuring TCP/IP Services
     3.1     Recommended Order for Configuring TCP/IP Services
     3.2     Adding a System to an OpenVMS Cluster
         3.2.1         Running a Newly Configured Host in the Cluster
         3.2.2         Configuring TCP/IP Services Before Adding the System to the Cluster
     3.3     Automatic Configuration of TCP/IP Services Using DHCP Client
     3.4     Running TCPIP$CONFIG
         3.4.1         Converting Existing TCP/IP Services Configuration Files (Upgrade Only)
         3.4.2         Creating New TCP/IP Services Configuration Files
         3.4.3         Understanding the Configuration Menus
         3.4.4         Configuring the Core Environment
                Domain Configuration
                Interface Configuration
                failSAFE IP Address Configuration
                Dynamic Routing Configuration
                BIND Resolver Configuration
                Time Zone Configuration
         3.4.5         Configuring the Client Environment
         3.4.6         Configuring the Server Environment
         3.4.7         Configuring the Optional Components
                Configuring and Enabling Kerberos Support
                Configuring and Enabling failSAFE IP Support
     3.5     Using TCPIP$CONFIG Option Commands to Bypass TCPIP$CONFIG Menus
     3.6     Making Configuration Changes Take Effect
     3.7     Stopping TCP/IP Services Using TCPIP$CONFIG
     3.8     Starting TCP/IP Services Using TCPIP$CONFIG
     3.9     Verifying the Configuration
         3.9.1         Running the IVP from the TCPIP$CONFIG Command Procedure
         3.9.2         Running the IVP from the OpenVMS DCL Prompt
         3.9.3         Verifying the TCP/IP Services Internet Configuration
         3.9.4         Verifying the SNMP Configuration
     3.10     Additional Configuration Tasks
     3.11     Starting and Stopping TCP/IP Services
         3.11.1         Automatically Starting and Stopping TCP/IP Services
         3.11.2         Starting and Stopping TCP/IP Services Manually
         3.11.3         Starting and Stopping Individual Services
         3.11.4         Starting and Stopping User-Written Services
     3.12     Specifying TCP/IP Services as the Transport for DECwindows Applications
Chapter 4
4 Configuring IPv6
     4.1     Configuring an IPv6 Host
     4.2     Configuring an IPv6 Router
     4.3     Configuring failSAFE IP IPv6 Addresses
Appendix A
Appendix A Sample New TCP/IP Services Installation and Configuration
     A.1     Sample New Installation Procedure
     A.2     Sample New Configuration Procedure
2-1 TCP/IP Services Installation: Sample POLYCENTER Software Installation Utility Procedure
1 TCP/IP Services Documentation
1-1 Major Tasks: Installing and Configuring
1-2 Preinstallation Tasks
1-3 Configuration Planning Worksheet
3-1 Configuring TCP/IP Services
3-2 Minimum Values for SYSUAF Parameters
3-3 Making Configuration Changes Take Effect
3-4 Troubleshooting IVP Errors

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