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DIGITAL SNA access server migration guide

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Configure SNA Server Connection Information

Using the PU and connection information from the SNA Server Preparation Forms for Configuring the Server and Connections, configure the Microsoft SNA Server connections. If you are migrating an existing DECnet SNA Gateway, recall that some of this information was collected from the IBM system administrator and some of it came from the SET LINE, SET CIRCUIT, and SET PU commands in the DECnet SNA Gateway configuration file. You can review the connection information that comes from the DECnet SNA Gateway configuration file in Table 3-2 and Table 3-3 in Chapter 3.

It is important that SNA Server is configured with at least one usable PU. If you do not already have usable PUs defined, refer to the Microsoft SNA Server Administration Guide.

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