IBM - Network Problem Determination Application: General Information

Program Product
THIRD EDITION (February, 1980)
This edition applies to the Network Problem Determination Application (NFDA)
Program Product, 5735-XX8, Release 2 and Release 2 Enhanced, and to all
subsequent releases until otherwise indicated in liew editions or Technical
This publication is a major revision to GC34-2010-1 (which describes NPDA
Release 1 and which can temporarily be obtained as GT34-2010). This new
edition reflects technical and editorial changes. Changes and additions to
the text and illustrations are indicated by vertical bars to the left of the
change. Significant changes are summarized under the "Summary of ,
Amendments" following the figures list.
This manual provides information needed to plan for the installation and use
of the Network Problem Determination Application (NPDA), a program product
that allows a user to monitor, record, retrieve, and examine communications
error data in an interactive environment. The manual provides a general
description of NPDA as well as the initial planning information needed for
the installation of this product.

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Reference Number : GC34-2010-2

Date Published : February 1980

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF (32 pages)






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