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DIGITAL SNA access server migration guide

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Step 6: Determine Any Impact to the IBM System

It is recommended that you review the gateway plans with your IBM system administration staff to determine the impact that adding the Access Server Gateway may have on the IBM system. Possible effects may include but are not limited to the following considerations:

  • If the Access Server Gateway is to be used alongside the DECnet SNA Gateway, you will need to configure new names (including nodes and LUs).
  • If the gateway will be connected to the IBM mainframe via a communications link, channel connection, or LAN, you may need to add new communication line definitions, channel device definitions, or LAN addresses to accommodate the new connections needed for the gateway.
  • If terminals or application programs are added or changed, you may need to make changes to the Customer Information Control System (CICS) tables or other IBM system tables.

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