This IBM Redbooks publication discusses the System z HiperSockets function. It offers a broad description of the architecture, functions, and operating systems support. This publication will help you plan and implement System z HiperSockets. It provides information about the definitions needed to configure HiperSockets for the supported operating systems. This book is intended for system programmers, network planners, and system engineers who will plan and install HiperSockets. A solid background in network and TCP/IP is assumed.
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