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DECnet-Plus for OpenVMS
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Chapter 9
9 Setting Up an OpenVMS Cluster Environment for DECnet-Plus
     9.1     Configuring OpenVMS Cluster Satellite Nodes in a DECnet-Plus Environment
         9.1.1         Adding, Modifying, or Deleting an OpenVMS Cluster Satellite Node
                Adding a New Satellite Node to an OpenVMS Cluster Environment
         9.1.2         Making the Transition from an Existing DECnet Phase IV OpenVMS Cluster Satellite Node
         9.1.3         Specifying Defaults for Phase IV Prefix and Node Synonym Directory
         9.1.4         Customizing Your MOP Client Database for Multiple Boot Nodes
     9.2     Using an OpenVMS Cluster Alias
         9.2.1         Adding a Node to an OpenVMS Cluster Alias
         9.2.2         Adding an OpenVMS Cluster Alias to the Namespace
         9.2.3         Configuring Multiple OpenVMS Cluster Aliases
         9.2.4         Controlling Connect Requests to the OpenVMS Cluster Alias
                Controlling Connections to Network Applications
                Controlling the Number of Connections Allowed for an Alias
     9.3     Sharing Network Applications in an OpenVMS Cluster Environment
Chapter 10
10 Downline Loading and Upline Dumping Remote Systems
     10.1     Automatically Configuring MOP
     10.2     Manually Configuring MOP
         10.2.1         Configuring MOP and MOP Circuits
         10.2.2         Setting Up a MOP Client for a Network Server
                Setting Up MOP Service Passwords on a Network Server
         10.2.3         Setting Up a MOP Client for an OpenVMS Cluster Satellite
         10.2.4         After Configuring MOP
         10.2.5         MOP's Use of Default Directories
     10.3     Starting MOP
         10.3.1         New MOP Receive Buffer Limit
     10.4     Stopping MOP
     10.5     Downline Loading a Client System
         10.5.1         Using the NCL Load Command
         10.5.2         Using the NCL Boot Command
         10.5.3         Automated Downline Loading
         10.5.4         Supported Image Formats for Downline Loading
     10.6     Automated Upline Dumping
     10.7     Console Carrier
     10.8     Using the LAN Configuration Monitor
Part IV
Part IV Monitoring Your DECnet-Plus Network
Chapter 11
11 Monitoring the Network
     11.1     Using the NCL Show Command to Monitor the Network
         11.1.1         Using Counters to Evaluate Network Operations
         11.1.2         Displaying Addresses
         11.1.3         More Examples Using the NCL Show Command
     11.2     Using Logical Names to Obtain Status About the Network
Chapter 12
12 Monitoring Network Events
     12.1     Event Dispatching Concepts
     12.2     Using Event Filters
     12.3     Setting Up and Using Event Dispatching
         12.3.1         Creating the Event Dispatcher
         12.3.2         Setting Up Outbound Streams and Event Sinks
         12.3.3         Identifying the Sink for an Outbound Stream
         12.3.4         Creating an Event Sink
         12.3.5         Setting Up Event Sink Filters
         12.3.6         Testing Event Sink Filters
         12.3.7         Modifying an Event Sink Filter
         12.3.8         Specifying the Event Report Destination
         12.3.9         Using a DECdns Namespace Object Name with a Sink
         12.3.10         Setting an End-User Specification for a Sink
         12.3.11         Modifying the Display of Event UIDs
         12.3.12         Enabling an Event Sink
         12.3.13         Creating an Outbound Stream Entity
         12.3.14         Setting Up Outbound Stream Event Filters
         12.3.15         Testing Outbound Stream Event Filters
                Correcting Outbound Stream Event Filters
         12.3.16         Enabling an Outbound Stream Entity
         12.3.17         Modifying Outbound Stream Characteristics
         12.3.18         Enabling an Outbound Event Stream
     12.4     Sample Event Report
     12.5     Managing a Connection Between an Outbound Stream and an Event Sink
         12.5.1         Establishing a Connection
         12.5.2         Terminating a Connection
         12.5.3         Shutting Down a Connection
     12.6     Shutting Down Event Dispatching
         12.6.1         Disabling an Outbound Stream and Its Connection
         12.6.2         Disabling and Deleting an Event Sink
     12.7     Collecting Event Reports from Phase IV Systems
         12.7.1         Creating and Enabling the Relay Entity
         12.7.2         Disabling and Deleting the Relay Entity
         12.7.3         Enabling and Disabling Logging Entities
         12.7.4         Using NCP Event Logging Commands on the Phase IV Systems
         12.7.5         Sample Relayed Phase IV Event
Appendix A
Appendix A DECnet Phase IV Components and Corresponding Phase V Entities
Appendix B
Appendix B Circuit Devices
     B.1     CSMA-CD Devices
     B.2     FDDI Devices
     B.3     Synchronous Devices
     B.4     Asynchronous Devices

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