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Hi, I ran the command TRCCNN in AS/400 to trace the connection between our AS400 and Tandem. I was able to generate a report but I don't know how to read if there's a lost connection or unnecessary event with the network. Can you help me what are the key or code when searching at the tracing report...
I would like to know the System X hierarchy with regard to which DLSUs are connected to which DMSU in the North East of England. I'm aware that this information is available to BT wholesale customers in the NIPP documentation. Can someone please extract the relevant data for me. Thanks....Bernie
I attempting to FTP a key sequence file from Tandem to Linux using binary mode. I know I have byte swapping to do, but the first transfer didn't yield the expected results. The first 2 bytes in hex "0047" wound up on the Linux as "3E00". Decimal 71 on Tandem yielded decimal 62 on Linux. What can I...