WHAT COMMAND CAN I USE TO RESTART A CCITCPGW (CCISSLGW) REMOTE CONNECTION WITHOUT RECYCLING ENF?

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Description:

You would like to change (WITHOUT stop and start ENF STC) the definition of one connection:

Old

NODE(TCPIPGW,,10,PARIS75S)
NODEDATA(TCPIPGW,PARIS75S,PARIS75S.FRN.LU:1721)

New

NODE(TCPIPGW,,10,PARIS75S)
NODEDATA(TCPIPGW,PARIS75S,PARIS80T.FRN.LU:1721)

Which commands should you use?

Solution:

You should issue these commands:


F CCITCPGW,DISC,sysid
The DISCONNECT command disconnects the host from a remote system. 

F ENF,NODEDATA(RESET,TCPIPGW,sysid)
Requests a RESET or clear of the netparm data for the specified GATEWAY|NODE|PROTOCOL for the specified sysid. 
     
F ENF,NODEDATA(TCPIPGW,sysid,netparms)
Specifies information to be appended to the existing netparm 

F CCITCPGW,CONN,sysid                                                
The gateway server started task tries to connect to the disconnected remote system

Refer to the CA Common Services for z/OS r14.1 bookshelf. See the Reference Guide and Administration Guide for CCI control Options and CCITCPGW commands that can be used.

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