DIGITAL TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS

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Contents (summary)
Preface Preface
Part 1 Connecting to the Network
Chapter 1 Managing DIGITAL TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
Chapter 2 Configuring the Interface
Chapter 3 Configuring Serial Lines
Chapter 4 Configuring Routing
Chapter 5 Configuring and Managing BIND
Chapter 6 Cluster Load Balancing with BIND
Part 3 Configuring Services
Chapter 7 Configuring the DHCP Server
Chapter 8 Configuring BOOTP and TFTP
Chapter 9 Configuring the Portmapper
Chapter 10 Configuring and Managing NTP
Chapter 11 Configuring SNMP
Part 4 Configuring Network Applications
Chapter 12 Configuring and Managing TELNET and FTP
Chapter 13 Remote (R) Commands
Chapter 14 Configuring and Managing SMTP
Chapter 15 Configuring and Managing the POP Server
Part 5 Network File Services
Chapter 16 NFS Server
Chapter 17 NFS Client
Part 6 Configuring Printing Services
Chapter 18 Setting Up and Managing the LPR/LPD Print Service
Chapter 19 Setting Up and Managing the TELNETSYM
Chapter 20 Setting Up the PC-NFS Print Service
Part 7 Appendixes
Appendix A Troubleshooting
Appendix B Gateway Routing Daemon (GATED) Configuration Reference
Appendix C EBCDIC/DMCS Translation Tables
Appendix D How NFS Converts File Names
Appendix E Acronyms


Preface Preface
Part 1
Part 1 Connecting to the Network
Chapter 1
1 Managing DIGITAL TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
     1.1     Getting Started
         1.1.1         Logical Names
         1.1.2         Modifying Your Configuration
         1.1.3         Saving Changes
         1.1.4         Manually Starting and Stopping the Software
     1.2     Enabling PATHWORKS or DECnet-over-TCP/IP Support
     1.3     Setting Up User Accounts and Proxy Identities
     1.4     Configuring a TCP/IP Cluster
     1.5     Auxiliary Server
         1.5.1         How the Auxiliary Server Works
         1.5.2         Rejecting Client Requests
         1.5.3         Configuring the Auxiliary Server
         1.5.4         Enabling Services
         1.5.5         Setting Up Event Logging
Chapter 2
2 Configuring the Interface
     2.1     Reviewing Key Concepts
     2.2     Configuring Network Controllers
     2.3     Configuring Network Interfaces
         2.3.1         Specifying the Interface
         2.3.2         Specifying the Network Mask
     2.4     Manually Configuring a Hardware Address
Chapter 3
3 Configuring Serial Lines
     3.1     Reviewing Key Concepts
         3.1.1         Uses for PPP and SLIP
         3.1.2         Assigning an IP Address to Your PPP or SLIP Interface
         3.1.3         Serial Line Internet Protocol
         3.1.4         Point-to-Point Protocol
     3.2     Setting Up a PPP Interface (Alpha Only)
         3.2.1         Setting Up Your Host for PPP Connections
                Installing the Terminal Driver
                Configuring the Modem
                Setting Up an Asynchronous Port
                Configuring a PPP Interface
                Enabling IP Forwarding (Dialup Provider Only)
                Initiating a PPP Connection (OpenVMS to OpenVMS)
         3.2.2         Removing the PPP Configuration
     3.3     Setting Up a SLIP Interface
         3.3.1         Setting Up Hard-Wired SLIP Lines
         3.3.2         Setting Up SLIP Dialup Lines
         3.3.3         Setting Up Your Host as a SLIP Dialup Provider
         3.3.4         Connecting a Host to the LAN
         3.3.5         Setting Up a SLIP Gateway with Proxy ARP
         3.3.6         Shutting Down SLIP
         3.3.7         Troubleshooting SLIP
Chapter 4
4 Configuring Routing
     4.1     Reviewing Key Concepts
         4.1.1         Static Routing
         4.1.2         Dynamic Routing
                Routing Daemon (ROUTED)
                Gateway Routing Daemon (GATED)
     4.2     Configuring Static Routes
                Manually Defining Routes (Static Routes)
                Displaying Manually Defined Routes
     4.3     Enabling and Disabling Dynamic Routing
     4.4     Configuring GATED
         4.4.1         Sample GATED Configuation File
     4.5     Configuring the Gateway Function (IP Forwarding)
         4.5.1         Datagram Reassembly Time
     4.6     Subnetwork Routing
         4.6.1         Extending Subnetwork Routing
         4.6.2         Interface Routes
Part 2
Chapter 5
5 Configuring and Managing BIND
     5.1     Reviewing Key Concepts
         5.1.1         Resolver and Name Server Work Together
         5.1.2         Common BIND Configurations
                Master Servers
                Slave Servers
                Caching-Only Servers
                Forwarder Servers
     5.2     Migrating to BIND 8.1
     5.3     Navigating Two Different BIND Environments
     5.4     Configuring the BIND Server (BIND 8.1)
         5.4.1         The BIND Configuration Logging Statement
                The Channel Phrase
                The Category Phrase
         5.4.2         The BIND Configuration Options Statement
                Path Names
                Boolean Options
                Name Checking
                Access Control Options
                Query Address
                Zone Transfers
                Resource Limits
                Periodic Task Intervals
         5.4.3         Applying Dynamic Updates
         5.4.4         Address Match Lists and ACLs
     5.5     Populating the BIND Server Databases
         5.5.1         Using Existing Databases
         5.5.2         Manually Editing Zone Files
         5.5.3         Saving Backup Copies of Zone Data
         5.5.4         Sample Database Files
                Local Loopback: Forward and Reverse Translation Files
         5.5.5         The Hints File
         5.5.6         Forward Translation File
         5.5.7         Reverse Translation File
     5.6     Examining Name Server Statistics
     5.7     Configuring BIND with SET CONFIGURATION Commands
         5.7.1         Setting Up a Master Name Server
         5.7.2         Setting Up a Secondary (Slave) Name Server
         5.7.3         Setting Up a Cache-only Server
         5.7.4         Setting Up a Forwarder Name Server
     5.8     Configuring the BIND Resolver
         5.8.1         Changing the Default Configuration
         5.8.2         Examples
         5.8.3         Resolver Default Search Behavior
         5.8.4         Resolver Search Behavior in Earlier Releases
         5.8.5         Setting the Resolver's Domain Search List
     5.9     Using NSLOOKUP to Query a Name Server
         5.9.1         Starting and Stopping NSLOOKUP
         5.9.2         Obtaining Help
         5.9.3         NSLOOKUP Commands
         5.9.4         Default Option Values
         5.9.5         Query Types
                A Query Type
                PTR Query Type
                MX Query Type
                SOA Query Type
                NS Query Type
         5.9.6         Changing the Default Server
         5.9.7         Listing Domain Information

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