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Electronic Service Agent for i5/OS V5R3 Simplified Activation User Guide - Version 1.0

Appendix A: Modem and Resource Information

Service Agent and ECS service configurations that connect to IBM can be *PTP (Point- to-Point) or *VPN (Virtual Private Network). If you do not have the modem and resources to support these types of connections, the service configurations will not be usable. Simplified Activation will fail due to unavailability of internal resources.

Communications I/O Adapter Requirements for Point to Point connections.

At V5R3, there are two types of connections: *PTP (Dial) and *VPN (Direct).

If you have one of the following internal I/O adapters, your system or logical partition will be able to use it to connect to IBM.

2699 2720

* Two-line WAN IOA. This IOA requires either a 2629 LAN/WAN/Workstation IOP or MFIOP. * PCI WAN/Twinaxial IOA

2721 2742 2745 2761 2771

* PCI Two-line WAN IOA * PCI Two-line WAN IOA * PCI Two-line WAN IOA (replaces IOA 2721) * PCI Integrated Analog modem Two-port WAN IOA, with a V.90 integrated modem on port 1 and a standard communications interface on port 2. To use port 2 of the 2771 adapter, an external modem with the appropriate cable is required. Two port V.90 integrated modem WAN IOA Two-port WAN IOA, with a V.90 integrated modem on port 1 and a standard communications interface on port 2. To use port 2 of the 2771 adapter, an external modem with the appropriate cable is required.

2772 2793

2805

Four port V.92 integrated modem WAN IOA

Modem Requirements

Note: If you will be using a non-IBM modem, any asynchronous modem that supports the RS232 serial interface and the V.34/V.42 protocol (V.90 is optional) can be used for this function. Typically, the default modem setting DSR (Data Set Ready) must be overridden. For an ~ i5 server to detect a hang-up, DSR must be set to follow CD (Carrier Detect). Refer to your modem manual for more information.

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