This IBM Redbooks publication will help you become familiar with and then configure AS /400 IPX router support. In addition to providing a configuration overview and configuration scenarios, the book includes
an overview of IPX and the other Novell NetWare protocol stack components.
The configuration scenarios included will prove useful as samples or
examples for those setting up the AS/400 IPX router support.
The example configurations cover:
. IPX routing between AS/400 LAN interfaces
. IPX routing between AS/400s via X.25 SVC, X.25 PVC or frame relay
. IPX routing between an AS/400 and an IBM 2210 Multiprotocol router via frame relay
. IPX routing between an AS/400 and a Novell Multiprotocol router via X.25 SVC or frame relay
As reference information the book also includes sample communications traces.
The book covers OS/400 V3R7 and V3R2 (the software releases at which the IPX router support was added).
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction 1.0
Chapter 2. The NetWare Protocol Stack 2.0
Chapter 3. Novell's Multiprotocol Router 3.0
Chapter 4. Novell NetWare Networks 4.0
Chapter 5. AS/400 IPX support 5.0
Chapter 6. IPX Support Installation 6.0
Chapter 7. AS/400 IPX Configuration Overview 7.0
Chapter 8. Scenario 1. IPX Routing between AS/400 LAN Interfaces 8.0
Chapter 9. Scenario 2. IPX Routing between AS/400s via an On-Demand X.25 SVC Connection 9.0
Chapter 10. Scenario 3. IPX Routing between AS/400s via an X.25 PVC Connection 10.0
Chapter 11. Scenario 4. IPX Routing between AS/400s via a Frame Relay Connection 11.0
Chapter 12. Scenario 5. IPX Routing between an AS/400 and an IBM 2210 via a Frame Relay Connection 12.0
Chapter 13. Scenario 6. IPX Routing to a Novell Multiprotocol Router via a Permanent X.25 SVC Connection 13.0
Chapter 14. Scenario 7. IPX Routing to a Novell Multiprotocol Router via an On-Demand X.25 SVC Connection 14.0
Chapter 15. Scenario 8. IPX Routing between an AS/400 and a Novell Multiprotocol Router via a Frame Relay Connection 15.0
Chapter 16. Comparison between the AS/400 IPX Router and a Multiprotocol Router 16.0
Appendix A. Communication Traces A.0
Appendix B. Special Notices B.0
Appendix C. Related Publications C.0
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