Question – Marist College Department of Computer Science and Mathematics System z Networking NCRT 120 Fall 2010LAB assignment #1: TCP/IP on z/OS Student Answers This assignment will demonstrate how IP addresses are assigned to Open System Adapters. You will go through several levels of configuration parameter specifications and show how the parameters are interrelated. You will change some elements of a running TCP/IP stack and determine the effect of your changes. You will also use many operator commands that can show information about the OSA connections. You will use a second-level guest z/OS with all its networking coming from a VM with real OSAs defined to it (we get all our network interacti ons routed from that image). General Instructions Follow the instructions, typing the text in bold typeface, altering the text in bold-italic typeface. Answer all questions in Part 2, indicated with a question number (e.g.
Q1) and in bold typeface. Enter the question number before your response. Create a document with your answers named NCRT_Lab1_lastname_firstname.doc and attach it to the assignment in iLearn. General Instructions 1

Q01: What is the load member dataset? (1 point)
Q02: What is the load member suffix? (1 point) Q03: What are the system parameter suffix(es)? (1 point)
Q04: What are the system symbol suffix(es)? (1 point)
Q05: What are the dataset(s) in the PARMLIB concatenation? (1 point) Gary Fisher Page ! 12/28/20101

Q06: Marist College Department of Computer Science and Mathematics System z Networking NCRT 120 Fall 2010Q06: What are the startup command suffix(es)? (1 point)
Q07: What is the master jcl suffix? (1 point)
Q08: What is the omvs suffix? (1 point)
Q09: What parmlib dataset (if any) contains the Master JCL (MSTJCLxx)? (1 point) Q10: What parmlib dataset (if any) contains the Open MVS configuration parameters (BPXPRMxx)? (1 point)
Q11: What parmlib dataset and member (if any) contains the command to start VTAM, and what parameters if any are specified (copy the command to the answer)? (4 points)
Q12: What parmlib dataset and member (if any) contains the command to start TCPIP, and what parameters if any are specified (copy the command to the answer)? (4 points)
Q13: What are the dataset(s) in the production PROCLIB concatenation? (1 point)
Q14: What is the first dataset that has the VTAM procedure? (3 points)
Q15: What is the first dataset that has the TCPIP procedure? (3 points) Gary Fisher Page ! 12/28/20102

Marist College Department of Computer Science and Mathematics¨System z Networking NCRT 120 Fall 2010
Q17: What is the dataset name and member for the TCPIP SYSTCPD? (2 points)
Q18: What are your systems home IP addresses? (2 points)
Q19: How many IP addresses are shown for your system? (2 points)
Q20: Did your hometest succeed or fail? (2 points)
Q21: What addresses are listed for HOME? (3 points)
Q22: Are all the IP addresses from netstat home specified here? (3 points)
Q23: What Link Type(s) are specified? (IPAQENET, IPAQGNET, other) (4 points) Q24: What OSA device types are specified? (MPCIPA, LCS, MPCOSA, Virtual, other) (4 points)
Q25: What routing types, if any, are specified? (Autorestart, nonrouter, primary router, secondary router, other, none) (4 points) Gary Fisher Page ! 12/28/20103

Marist College Department of Computer Science and Mathematics
System z Networking NCRT 120 Fall 2010
Q26: What is the TCPIPJOBNAME? (3 points)
Q27: Are there any static routes defined? If so, what are they? (3 points) Q28: What port is specified for telnet to use on this system? (4 points)
Q29: Cut and paste the output from the “netstat, home command from the console where it shows your new hostname. (9 points)
Q30: What are the TRL names? (5 points)
Q31: What are the TRLE names? (5 points) Q32: What are the device numbers for each TRLE (if any)? (8 points)
Q33: What is the CHP ID for each device for each TRLE (if any)? (8 points) Q34: What is the CHP type and description for each TRLE (if any)? (8 points)
Q35: What is dataset and member name for VTAMs configuration member list? (5 points) Gary Fisher Page ! 12/28/20104

Marist College Department of Computer Science and Mathematics¨System z Networking NCRT 120 Fall 2010 (Hint: the characters to the left of TRLE) (8 points)
Q37: Did you find any TRLE statements? If so, what are device numbers used? (8 points) Q38: What is the type of this ID (6 points)
Q39: What is the current status of the ID (6 points) Q40: What is the multi path channel (MPC) information (level and usage)? (6 points)
Q41: What are the device numbers? (8 points)
Q42: What is the device type for these devices? (5 points)
Q43: What are the DEVNAMEs? (3 points)
Q44: What are the LNKNAMEs? (3 points)
Q45: What are the default route(s)? (8 points) Hint: Where do you send your packets to if they are not for an address on your LAN? Gary Fisher Page ! 12/28/20105

Marist College Department of Computer Science and Mathematics System z Networking NCRT 120 Fall 2010
Q47: Is IPV6 enabled? (1 point)
Q48: How many Telnet servers are there? (5 points)
Q49: How many Telnet clients are there (at this time)? (4 points)
Q50: How many Telnet clients are there now? (4 points) Gary Fisher Page ! 12/28/20106