The Question is:
Can you tell me the command to show the remote node a network process was
started from on my local node.
nb. both running DECNET OSI.
The Answer is :
Assuming the context of the network process, the logical names SYS$REM*
will be of interest.
Within NCL, there is no direct analog of the NCP command SHOW KNOWN
LINKS. The command to show the active connections into the system
via the network is:
show session control port *
This will show the various port names that are active.
show session control port "prot name" all
will provide details on the port.
show session control port * client,proc ident
Also available is the DECnet-Plus Management Utility:
This utility has a "Show Known Links" option under the Tasks Menu.
A DECwindows display is a requirement for this tool.