Full description of all the TCP/IP servers

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Hi folks, does anyone know where I can find a full description of what each of the TCP servers does? We recently had a problem and I was unable to find out which servers should/shouldn't be running. Many thanks

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Try this information or another Web search should help. What problems are you having?

Thanks Jimmy, that link is a useful insight into IP for a beginner such as me. The problem we had was related to not being able to map a network drive to our IFS. The problem for me was when I looked at all the servers in Ops Nav, the was a whole page of them. Some were started, some were stopped. What I’m trying to find is a list that describes what each of these servers does so that if I get another problem in the future, I might be able to work out which server it’s likely to be related to. In this case, it was the iSeries Netserver causing the problem.

Many thanks

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  • carlosdl
    It will depend on the operating system. You could get better answers if you provide more details.
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  • Gross
    I'm running i5/OS Version5 Release4 thanks
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