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  • Page 1 AS/400e System Handbook Version 4 Release 5 The authority on expanding AS/400e CPUs Provides fast facts on AS/400e features and requirements Includes AS/400e V4R5 enhancements ibm.com/redbooks...
  • Page 3 AS/400e System Handbook Document Number GA19-5486-20 May 22, 2000...
  • Page 4 Internal ID: Susan Powers/US/IBM or SUSAN2@IBMUSM07 Internet: SUSAN2@us.ibm.com When you send information to IBM, you grant IBM a non-exclusive right to use or distribute the information in any way it believes appropriate without incurring any obligation to you. © Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1988, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1988, 1999, 2000.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Commercial Processing Workload ........27 IBM Workload Estimator for AS/400....... . . 28 Disk Arm Requirements .
  • Page 8 IBM AS/400e server ........
  • Page 9 AS/400e server 270 ........
  • Page 10 AS/400e server 830 ........
  • Page 11 AS/400e server SB2........
  • Page 12 AS/400e server SB3........
  • Page 13 Contents #5035 Migration Tower I (15 Disk S20/620, 720 System)... . . 223 #5057 Storage Expansion Unit ....... . . 224 #5077 Migration Tower II .
  • Page 14 #6513 Internal Tape Device Controller SPD ..... . . 274 #6532 RAID Disk Unit Controller (4M Cache) Ultra SCSI SPD ..274 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 15 Upgrades to AS/400e server 820 ........312...
  • Page 16 IBM 3590 High Performance Tape Subsystem Models E1A and E11 ..374 IBM 3995 Optical Library C-Models ....... . 377 Magnetic Media Controllers .
  • Page 17 2105 Versatile Storage Server ........406 IBM 9309 Rack Enclosures ........411 #5040 Bus Extension Unit .
  • Page 18 IBM AS/400 Industrial Printers ........
  • Page 19 IBM HTTP Server for AS/400 ........
  • Page 20 5769-DC3 ........... . 567 IBM Firewall for AS/400 V4R4, 5769-FW1 ......568 IBM Payment Server for AS/400 V2.1, 5733-PY1 .
  • Page 21 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products ..641 IBM AS/400 PL/I, 5763-PL1 V4R2 ....... . . 641 System/38 Migration Aid, 5714-MG1 .
  • Page 22 IBM Facsimile Support for AS/400 V4R3, 5798-TBY ....691 IBM OfficeVision for AS/400 V4R2, 5769-WP1 ..... . . 692 Support for AFP Print Applications and IPDS Printers .
  • Page 23 Contents 9402 Models C04, C06 ........703 9402 Models D02, D04, D06 .
  • Page 24 How to Get IBM Redbooks ........773...
  • Page 25: How To Use This Handbook

    This Handbook is written for use by IBM System Specialists, Marketing Representatives, Business Partners, and IBM customers. It is designed for guidance only. It is not a detailed configurator since it does not contain full lists of prerequisites that a feature may need. It does not always list features that may be mutually exclusive.
  • Page 26 AS/400 system and interfaces with developers to resolve customer reported problems both in hardware and software support. • Mark Huntley, Technical Manager for a tier one IBM Business Partner in the United Kingdom, TSF, for the past eighteen months. TSF specializes in e-business and Domino-based CRM solutions.
  • Page 27 System/34 and System/38, to the AS/400e. Kendall brings substantial experience from his tenure at companies like IBM, EDS, StorageTek, and Jack Henry and Associates. He has experience as a System Programmer, Systems Analyst, Systems Engineer, Systems Administrator, Application Programmer, Application Designer, educator, and speaker.
  • Page 28 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 31: Introduction

    AS/400e architecture. In the year 2000, the introduction of the AS/400e Servers 250, 270, and 8XX significantly accents the evolution of the IBM AS/400e product line. The top Model 8xx performance is increased three and a half times for both base and interactive processors.
  • Page 32: Withdrawn Products

    Publications are available in PDF format for improved printing. This Handbook provides an overview of both the hardware and software for the newly refreshed AS/400e servers. This includes the 9406 250, 270, 820, 830, 840, SB2, and SB3 servers. OS/400 V4R5 operating software support these models.
  • Page 33 Introduction Product or Withdrawal Date Feature Description #0086 Optimize 3590 Performance 05/31/1999 #0200 Replacing the Release 05/31/1999 #0201 Unload/Reload 05/31/1999 #0202 Staged Upgrade Offering 05/31/1999 #0204 Staged Side-by-Side Upgrade 05/31/1999 #0336 V.36/EIA449 50-ft Cable 06/30/2000 #0337 V.36/EIA449 150-ft Cable 06/30/2000 #0340 V.35 80-ft Cable 06/30/2000...
  • Page 34 03/31/1999 #3133 64 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 #3134 128 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 #3135 256 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 #3136 256 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 #3138 64 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 #3144 8 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 35 Introduction Product or Withdrawal Date Feature Description #3145 16 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 #3146 32 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 #3147 32 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 #3149 128 MB Main Storage 03/31/1999 #3172 32 MB Main Storage (2 SIMMS) 03/31/1999 #3520 OS/400 V3R2 and its associated 5763-xxx programs 02/25/2000 #5023...
  • Page 36 9406 Model Sxx Model upgrades from Sxx to Sxx and processor feature conversions within 05/31/2000 2480 Wireless LAN Access Point (2480-RS0) 01/13/1999 9348 Magnetic Tape Unit 02/26/1999 2480 Wireless LAN Access Point (2480-E00, -EB0, -TR0, -TB0) 05/24/1999 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 37: Communications (Wan) Functions No Longer Supported

    12/21/1999 5500 Express IP Control Unit 12/21/1999 6299 Midrange Hub 09/01/1999 7133 IBM 7133 SSA Disk Subsystem Model 010 05/05/1997 7133 IBM 7133 SSA Disk Subsystem Model 020 06/16/1999 8361 -100 Network Station series 100 Ethernet 10/14/1999 8361 - 200...
  • Page 38: As/400 Technology In Stride

    AS/400 system’s inception in 1988 with 64-bit AS/400 Power PCs microprocessors. Again in 2000 the AS/400e is leading the industry by delivering the first server with the new “Silicon-on-Insulator” (SOI) technology. SOI represents a fundamental advance in the way chips are built.
  • Page 39 The following figure shows this change of hardware processor technology and previews what is planned in future generations. More details can be found in “Logical Partitioning, Divide and Conquer” , by IBM Chief Engineer Frank G. Soltis, in the January 1999 edition (#224) of News400 .
  • Page 40 Introduction AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 43: As/400 System Architecture: Underlying Strength Of The As/400E

    What is future-oriented in the system? Does recovering from a failure typically involve a re-start of the hardware and operating system? What has your record been in the past few years as technologies have changed? We believe the IBM AS/400e system will be your number one choice.
  • Page 44: System Concepts

    AS/400 Advanced Application Architecture Technology-Independent Machine Interface The AS/400e system is atypical in that it is defined by software, not by hardware. In other words, when a program presents instructions to the machine interface for execution, it “thinks” that the interface is the AS/400e hardware. But it is not! The instructions presented to that interface pass through a layer of microcode before they are “understood”...
  • Page 45 AS/400 system because of TIMI. Customers were able to save programs off their CISC AS/400 systems, restore them on their new RISC AS/400e servers, and the programs would run . Not only did they run, but they were fully 64-bit programs.
  • Page 46: V4R5 New Technologies

    AS/400 System Architecture: Underlying Strength of the AS/400e V4R5 New Technologies The Silicon on Insulator (SOI) technology was applied for the first time for the AS/400e with V4R5. This technology is used by the ISTAR processors of the AS/400e. The transistors are built within and on top of a thin layer of silicon that is on top of an insulating layer.
  • Page 47: Hierarchy Of Microprocessors

    More details on OS/400 are provided in “Operating System/400, 5769-SS1” on page 451. Hierarchy of Microprocessors The following figure shows that the AS/400e system has a range of other processors, along with its main system processor, dedicated to a particular input/output (I/O) device type. A single large AS/400 configuration can have well over 200 processors.
  • Page 48 AS/400 System Architecture: Underlying Strength of the AS/400e 2 . 0 G B / s 2 . 0 G B / s 2 . 0 G B / s 2 . 0 G B / s 2 . 0 G B / s 2 .
  • Page 49: Single-Level Storage

    The microprocessors that look after a particular I/O device are accommodated on I/O cards that fit into slots on the AS/400e buses. One of these cards may be the Integrated Netfinity Server. This is a PC on a card, which enables the AS/400e system to run a Windows NT server, for example.
  • Page 50: Hot-Plugging

    Driven by the demand for the highest possible availability, PCI hot-plugging is now available on the new AS/400e servers with V4R5 on all 8xx and some of the 270 models. A brief description of the way it is implemented on the AS/400e follows.
  • Page 51: Logical Partitioning (Lpar)

    The AS/400e logical partition implementation introduces both the flexibility to allocate interactive performance and high-speed internal communications between partitions. The AS/400e system implementation is an adaptation of the S/390 logical partitions concept with flexible and granular allocation of system resources.
  • Page 52 7xx, 6xx, and Sxx AS/400e systems and servers. The following Web site is available for installation support and technical guidance. When planning logical partitions for an AS/400e system, rely on this Web site for information, direction, and management tips: http://www.as400.ibm.com/lpar/...
  • Page 53: Object-Based

    (by having something written into the middle of it). Certain instructions apply to all objects, while other instructions work only on specific types of objects. It is not possible to misuse an object, unlike the situation that exists on non-AS/400e systems without an object-based approach.
  • Page 54 AS/400 System Architecture: Underlying Strength of the AS/400e The future-oriented architecture of the AS/400e system has enabled us to take rapidly-changing hardware and software technologies in our stride. This same, flexible architecture will continue to deploy the very latest technologies, with the minimum disruption to work.
  • Page 57: Workload And Performance

    AS/400 range in 1998. It had a RPR rating of 1.0. The AS/400e product line continues to grow in power with the PowerPC RISC processors and 24- and 12-way processors. With the increased processing power and more applications using vital technologies, such as Web serving, client/server, and multimedia, the point was reached when RAMP-C was no longer a valid means for measuring relative performance.
  • Page 58: Ibm Workload Estimator For As/400

    The disk configuration can be a major contributor of performance bottlenecks. It is important to size an AS/400e system with an appropriate number of disk arms, to provide for the best obtainable disk subsystem performance, and, therefore, improve overall system performance.
  • Page 59: As/400E Servers 270 And 8Xx Performance

    Entry performance is three times the Model 170. Top model performance is nearly doubled. The introduction of the 8xx servers is a significant step in the evolution of the AS/400e server product line. Top model performance is increased three and a half times for base and interactive performance.
  • Page 60: As/400E Dedicated Server For Domino Positioning

    AS/400e capabilities to support Lotus Domino are firmly established since the announcement of Lotus Domino for AS/400 in January 1998. In mid-1999, IBM and Lotus delivered a first in the industry—the AS/400e Dedicated Server for Domino. The AS/400e system’s reliability, robust subsystem architecture, and ease of operations provide a sound base to develop and deploy Domino solutions.
  • Page 61 Domino environments, there is a gain in enterprise-class scalability and capacity. AS/400e customers extend their traditional applications and data by adding Lotus Domino solutions to their existing AS/400e servers, as part of upgrades, and as stand-alone servers for e-mail, groupware applications, and Web sites. Domino customers use Domino partitioning on AS/400e servers to consolidate several Domino workloads onto one server with a simple, single footprint to deliver e-mail and applications.
  • Page 62: Model 270 As/400E Dedicated Server For Domino Processor Features

    #2424 provides. Customers who require scalability or capacity beyond what the AS/400e Dedicated Server for Domino 820 provides should plan to pursue AS/400e server Models 830 or 840, or to deploy multiple servers for their Domino applications. • Upgradability: Processor feature conversions are supported within each AS/400e Dedicated Server for Domino model.
  • Page 63 – Standalone Java, RPG, COBOL, or C applications are non-Domino workloads. – Applications that can work alongside Domino on the same AS/400e. An example is a Domino server that uses the *MSF SMTF Services option along with the QMSF task to process Internet mail through the OS/400 SMTP server.
  • Page 64 AS/400 interactive work. – Application processing that uses 5250 interfaces is not supported on the AS/400e Dedicated server for Domino. – 5250 print is not supported on the AS/400e Dedicated server for Domino.
  • Page 65 Domino resources to non-Domino (CPW) work, and the non-Domino performance degradation can be dramatic. For some Domino solution scenarios, you need to work closely with an IBM, Lotus, or IBM Business Partner representative to determine whether AS/400e server 270 with standard processor features, 8xx servers, or the new AS/400e Dedicated Server for Domino is most appropriate for the proposed environment.
  • Page 66 CPU capability on the AS/400e Dedicated Server for Domino, no additional processing power will be available for non-Domino workloads. If the proposed Domino application employs any significant DB2 UDB or program integration, a standard AS/400e server model is a better choice.
  • Page 69: As/400E Advanced Technology

    Sun, the AS/400e system takes advantage of the new functions and features of this environment. There is an exciting future for Java on the AS/400e. The AS/400 Developer Kit for Java supports Sun's Java 2. With the concurrent Java support shipped as part of the V4R4 AS/400 Developer Kit for Java, you can install Java 2 on systems where JDK 1.1.6 or 1.17 are already...
  • Page 70 Java Edition product. InstallShield allows Java application developers to create packages that will install natively on the AS/400e. It is the common method used to package and install applications on other platforms, such as Windows NT. InstallShield on AS/400e makes it easier to port applications to AS/400e that are currently targeted for other platforms.
  • Page 71 AS/400e Advanced Technology • A list panel presents a list of AS/400e resources and allows selections of one or more resources. • A details pane presents a list of AS/400e resources in a table where each row displays various details about a single resource. The table allows the selection of one or more resources.
  • Page 72: Web Serving

    The AS/400e system is uniquely positioned to leverage Java as it evolves from its current Web focus to a full commercial application environment. The strengths of the AS/400e will be combined with Java's object-oriented, network computing technology to provide solutions for the new millennium.
  • Page 73 AS/400e Advanced Technology functionality that allows for greater flexibility in establishing a Web presence. The IBM HTTP Server performs a variety of functions: • Acts as a repository for Web pages created with HTML • Handles the transfer of documents requested from a browser with HTTP •...
  • Page 74 Web pages to real line-of-business data. – Application services for session and state management. • The IBM WebSphere Studio, a set of PC-based tools to help developers create WebSphere applications. The tools currently in the WebSphere Studio are: –...
  • Page 75 AS/400e languages (such as CL, RPG, and COBOL), and other sources. IBM Net.Data is enhanced with V4R4 to only parse macros once and save the results for subsequent requests for that macro. Programming for Net.Data is made easier with new trace and logging support that makes it easy to find an error in your macro.
  • Page 76 • Detection of misspellings in documents and expanding the search requests accordingly The AS/400e Web serving capabilities allow businesses, such as a shop, a service, or a distributor, to open an electronic storefront on the Web with Net.Commerce for AS/400e. With Net.Commerce, it is possible to build a single store or a mall that contains several stores, or...
  • Page 77 With V4R4, Net.Commerce V3 is available on the AS/400e. Some of the enhancements in this version are:...
  • Page 78: Lotus Domino

    • Euro support. The merchant API set of the IBM Payment Server V1.2 is supported on the AS/400e with V4R4. This API set supports various payment models including credit, check, and cash. Many of the APIs are used for all risk models, while a few APIs are specific to a particular risk model.
  • Page 79: Domino For As/400

    Network Station). Domino for AS/400 Domino for AS/400 is the Lotus Domino server product running on a 64-bit AS/400e RISC processor. It requires OS/400 V4R2 or later. Domino for AS/400 provides all the functionality of the Lotus Domino server that runs on other platforms and more.
  • Page 80 Within a single architecture, AS/400e spans a vast performance spectrum. The smallest Domino for AS/400e server may have less than a dozen users. The largest AS/400e system is capable of accommodating more than 10,000 mail users on a single footprint.
  • Page 81: As/400 Integration With The Windows Nt Server

    Recently, the AS/400e system's reputation for security has been enhanced with the introduction of Firewall for AS/400, which runs on an AS/400e Integrated PC Server. When you consider connecting to the Internet, Domino for AS/400 and Firewall for AS/400 combine function, reliability, and value.
  • Page 82: Extended Adaptive Cache

    AS/400 Integration with Windows NT Server is a nonchargeable feature of OS/400. This feature provides the device drivers to enable Windows NT Server to run on the AS/400 Integrated Netfinity Server and to share AS/400e disk, tape, and CD-ROM drives. It also provides a variety of utilities, including integrated user administration.
  • Page 83 Up to a 50% performance improvement can be gained, depending on configuration and workload. • Extended Adaptive Cache is designed specifically to complement AS/400e Expert Cache and may be used with or without it. • Extended Adaptive Cache is not considered a pre-fetch type of cache. Therefore, it does not interfere with the read-ahead capabilities in the disk.
  • Page 84 Extended Adaptive Cache could offer. • Extended Adaptive Cache Simulator and Extended Adaptive Cache cannot be active at the same time on the same I/O adapter. Visit the AS/400e Information Center Web site at: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/html/as400/infocenter.html AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 85: As/400 Portable Application Solutions Environment

    The broad base of AS/400e system applications is continually enhanced by new applications coming to the platform from a variety of sources. Until now, the AS/400e system's Integrated Language Environment (ILE) accounted for the majority of C or C++ applications ports, many originating on UNIX systems.
  • Page 86: Reliable, Managed Availability

    APIs that are compatible with current AIX releases. DB2 UDB for AS/400 is the database available on the AS/400e system. All applications using database in ILE or AS/400 PASE are ported to DB2 UDB for AS/400. AS/400 PASE contains the same Call Level Interface (CLI) set of APIs for DB2 UDB AS/400 that is supported for ILE.
  • Page 87 • Single system reliability: The architecture and baseline design philosophy make the AS/400e system one of the most reliable servers in the world. The origin of the AS/400 serves the small business customer with minimal skill or resource to manage complex...
  • Page 88 • Single-system availability management: The AS/400e servers have high-availability facilities that are fast, automated, and easy to use. AS/400e customers are more likely to use the best availability practices, which helps them reduce the length of both planned and unplanned outages.
  • Page 89: Database

    V4R4, the AS/400e support has been extended to support new forms of information previously stored on the AS/400e but not managed by DB2 for AS/400. With this release, DB2 Universal Database (UDB) for AS/400 now supports the storing, managing, and indexing of all forms of information including binary objects (such as spreadsheets, word processing documents, and multimedia objects) within the database.
  • Page 90: As/400E Business Intelligence Solutions

    • Large objects (LOBs) support allows DB2 UDB to store and manipulate data fields much larger than the current limits. An AS/400e record with LOB fields can hold up to 15 MB of data. With the new LOB support, DB2 UDB can be used as a platform for building applications that hold new non-traditional types of data, such as image and audio as well as very large text blocks.
  • Page 91 AS/400e system to collectively work on a single query and can improve query performance by as much as 400%. DB2 Multi-System support provides clustering for the AS/400e and allows up to 32 AS/400e servers to be “clustered” together into a single system. This clustering provides almost unlimited scalability and unparalleled performance for AS/400e customers.
  • Page 92: E-Business

    The AS/400e system provides a combination of power and flexibility that organizations can rely on to help them in their business. This design also makes it possible for the AS/400e system to help ensure that they move with technology as it changes.
  • Page 93: Characteristics Of A Successful E-Business

    The AS/400e has always been known for its scalability and meeting the needs of a dozen to several thousand users with the same architecture and operating system. The...
  • Page 94 “point and click” graphical screens and integrate existing LOB applications that provide strong, business critical functions and data. For the AS/400e system, in particular, a large portfolio of robust LOB applications provides a strong base for building e-business solutions by extending and enhancing those applications with a whole new range of options.
  • Page 95 Notes and Domino, with its ability to organize, store, and retrieve both structured and unstructured information, is a good example of document management capability. • Value-add, Web-enabled applications: From the perspective of traditional AS/400e applications, you may think of a value-add, Web-enabled application as extending your “inquiry”...
  • Page 96 In addition, the application (and the supporting infrastructure) must be able to respond to unpredictable fluctuations in transaction rates. It demands a premier server and premier tools, which the AS/400e system provides. Reaching a Broad Spectrum of Users...
  • Page 97 Integration of e-business Tools Today, no single e-business tool available for the AS/400e or any other platform addresses the entire spectrum of potential e-business users and applications. It is a vast and rapidly evolving area.
  • Page 98 AS/400e Advanced Technology AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 101: As/400 Future Announcements

    Group 3 capable fax machine, another AS/400 with equivalent communications adapters, or PCs with appropriately programmed fax adapters. As part of the OS/400 V4R5 announcements made in May 2000, IBM announced an intention to provide an update of OS/400 that includes the following enhancements: •...
  • Page 102: Product Previews: Fulfilled

    36 products. Information on migration to the S/36 Environment is available at: http://www.ibm.com/as400/developer/ssp/index.html • IBM plans to include support for a new Coded Character Set ID (CCSID) as the standard code set for the OS/400 Japanese version in a future OS/400 release. This CCSID (1399) that is a super set of CCSID 5035.
  • Page 103: Product Preview

    AS/400 Future Announcements • IBM provides a wide range of integration options between the AS/400e server and Microsoft Windows products. IBM intends to provide support for Windows 2000. IBM also intends to support Microsoft Windows 2000 on the Integrated Netfinity Server in a future release of OS/400.
  • Page 104 AS/400 Future Announcements AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 107: Ibm As/400E Server

    The AS/400e server 250 provides the power and function of the AS/400 system running in a small package with a full complement of AS/400 application support and PC file serving for small businesses and departments of larger companies.
  • Page 108: Table 1: Summary Of The As/400E Server 250

    Multiple SB2 and SB3 models may be used to push the database servers used in a multi-tier environment to their full potential. Some of the capabilities of the current AS/400e servers are summarized in the tables on the following pages.
  • Page 109: Table 2: Summary Of The As/400E Server 270

    One line is used by the Operations Console. Note 5: Total number of external tape drives does not increase. Note 6: Integrated Server refers to Integrated Netfinity Server. Table 2: Summary of the AS/400e server 270 Model Processor Feature #2248 #2250...
  • Page 110 IBM AS/400e server Model 270 Dedicated Server for Domino Processor Feature #2422 #2423 #2424 Relative System Performance (CPW - Notes 1 Processor CPW Interactive Environment (Note 5) Simple Mail Users 2200 4250 8000 Mail and Calendaring Users 1380 2620 4950...
  • Page 111 IBM AS/400e server Note 1: Commercial Processing Workload (CPW) is used to measure the performance of all AS/400 processors announced from September 1996 onward. The CPW value is measured on maximum configurations. The type and number of disk devices, the number of workstation controllers, the amount of memory, the system model, other factors, and the application running determine what performance is achievable.
  • Page 112: Table 3: Summary Of The As/400E Server 820

    IBM AS/400e server Table 3: Summary of the AS/400e server 820 Model Processor Feature #2395 #2396 #2397 #2398 Relative System Performance (Note 1) Processor CPW 2000 3200 Interactive CPW #1521 #1522 #1523 #1524 #1525 #1526 1050 1050 #1527 2000 Number of Processors/Type...
  • Page 113 IBM AS/400e server Numbers are for All Processor Base Migrated Features System Expansion Expansion Total System Tower Tower with #503x maximum #5075 #5074 (Note 5,7) (Note 6) Disk Storage Minimum (GB) 8.58 Maximum Internal (GB) 210.5 105.2 789.7 1625.9 4159.1 Maximum External (GB) 1595.3...
  • Page 114 IBM AS/400e server Note 1: Commercial Processing Workload (CPW) is used to measure the performance of all AS/400 processors announced from September 1996 onward. The CPW value is measured on maximum configurations. The type and number of disk devices, the number of workstation controllers, the amount of memory, the system model, other factors, and the application running determine what performance is achievable.
  • Page 115 IBM AS/400e server Note 10: Processor Group is determined by a combination of the Processor and Interactive Feature. The following table provides a cross reference. Processor Interactive Feature Processor Feature Processor Group #1521 #23A1 #1522 #23A2 #2395 #1523 #23A3 #1524...
  • Page 116: Table 4: Summary Of The As/400E Server 830

    IBM AS/400e server Table 4: Summary of the AS/400e server 830 Model Processor Feature #2400 #2402 #2403 Relative System Performance (Note 1) Processor CPW 1850 4200 7350 Interactive CPW #1531 (Base) #1532 #1533 #1534 #1535 1050 1050 1050 #1536 2000...
  • Page 117 IBM AS/400e server Numbers are for All Processor Base Migrated Migrated Features System Expansion Total Total System #9074 Tower with #503x with #5077 maximum #5074 (Note 5) (Note 6) (Note 7) Disk Storage Minimum (GB) 8.58 Maximum Internal (GB) 789.7 789.7...
  • Page 118 IBM AS/400e server Note 3: There must be one CD-ROM per system. Note 4: One line is used by Operations Console if selected. Note 5: Includes the #503x tower and all the SPD bus towers attached to the #503x. Note 6: Includes the #5077 tower and all the SPD bus towers attached to the #5077.
  • Page 119: Table 5: Summary Of The As/400E Server 840

    IBM AS/400e server Table 5: Summary of the AS/400e server 840 Model Processor Feature #2418 #2420 Relative System Performance (Notes 1 and 2) Processor CPW 10000 16500 Interactive CPW #1540 (Base) #1541 #1542 #1543 1050 1050 #1544 2000 2000 #1545...
  • Page 120 IBM AS/400e server Numbers are for All Processor Base Migrated Features System Expansion Total System #9079 Tower with #5077 maximum #5074 (Note 5) (Note 6) Disk Storage Minimum (GB) 8.58 Maximum Internal (GB) 789.7 789.7 4294.9 18952.9 Maximum External (GB) 4260.6...
  • Page 121 IBM AS/400e server Note 4: One line is used by Operations Console if selected. Note 5: Includes the #5077 and all the SPD Bus towers attached to the #5077. Note 6: New systems only. Does not apply to migrated system.
  • Page 122: Table 6: Summary Of The As/400E Server Sb2 And Sb3

    IBM AS/400e server Table 6: Summary of the AS/400e server SB2 and SB3 Model Processor Feature #2315 #2316 #2318 Relative System Performance (Note 1) Processor CPW 7350 10000 16500 Interactive CPW Number of Processors/Type 8/IStar 12/IStar 24/IStar L2 Cache (MB)/Processor...
  • Page 123 IBM AS/400e server Migration Base Base Tower II Total Total #9074 #9079 #5077 Diskette (8 or 5 ¼-inch) Communication Lines (Note 3) Twinax Workstation Controllers Twinaxial Devices CD-ROM / Internal Tape (Note 4) External Tape Tape Libraries Maximum (Note 2)
  • Page 124 IBM AS/400e server AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 127: As/400E Server 250

    AS/400e server 250 AS/400e server 250 AS/400e server 250 System Unit The Model 250 System Unit is a PCI only based unit. It has a base configuration of: • Processor (one must be specified): V4R5 is required for the following processors. Processor performance CPW is provided.
  • Page 128: Pci Card Technology

    Upgrades to the P05 or higher groups result in an upgrade charge. Processor-based programs, other than these four, are charged at the P05 group when ordered for a Model 250. The AS/400e Model 250 servers are Customer Setup (CSU). OS/400 V4R5 is required to support the 250 servers. PCI Card Technology The Model 250 is a Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) based technology system.
  • Page 129: Main Storage

    AS/400e server 250 • High-Speed PCI Adapter Cards: High-speed PCI cards require a higher bandwidth connection to the PCI controllers than low-speed PCI cards require. The PCI controller can be included on the backplane or as a separate PCI card that attaches to the backplane.
  • Page 130: Workstation Controllers

    AS/400e server 250 Workstation Controllers The Model 250 supports only 5250-type workstations and LAN attachments. A 5250 twinaxial device or 5250 emulation adapter in a PC supports a single address, multiple addresses, or shared sessions on a single address. Whenever a device is powered on or when the 5250 emulation software is started on a PC, each defined address responds to the workstation controller polls.
  • Page 131: Count Of Active Sessions

    AS/400e server 250 adapter also supports a single communication line. See “#9720 Base PCI WAN/Twinaxial IOA” on page 104. Note: The #2720 PCI WAN/Twinaxial IOA can be ordered manually to change the console from Operations Console. The administrative sales records should be RPOed to show a #9720 Base PCI WAN/Twinaxial IOA installed.
  • Page 132: Pci Base Multifunction Iop

    AS/400e server 250 PCI Base Multifunction IOP This MFIOP provides support for two low-speed PCI card slots and one high-speed PCI card slot. It also drives one additional card, which is either an Integrated Netfinity Server or an additional high-speed slot.
  • Page 133: 2745 Pci Two-Line Wan Ioa

    AS/400e server 250 • #9720 Base PCI WAN/Twinaxial IOA • #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem #2745 PCI Two-Line WAN IOA Supports up to two multiple protocol communications ports when one of two (in any combination) of the following cables are attached: •...
  • Page 134: 2761 Integrated Analog Modem

    AS/400e server 250 A wrap cable and plug and four 30-foot RJ-45 to RJ-45 network cables are shipped with each card. The #2751 IOA supports full duplex mode. It supports the PPP, IDLC, and Fax protocols. It is allowed both in the Base System Unit and the System Expansion Unit. A maximum of one #2751 is allowed per IOP.
  • Page 135: Communication Wan Restrictions

    • #0365 V.24/EIA232 80-ft PCI cable ECS and fax are not supported on the V.90 port at this time. IBM intends to support ECS on the V.90 port in the next release of OS/400 and with a Group PTF for V4R5.
  • Page 136: Encryption

    AS/400e System Builder, SG24-2155. For further considerations and sizing rules, refer to the feature descriptions of the specific adapters or IOPs in the Model 250 chapter of the AS/400e System Builder , SG24-2155, and the AS/400 Information Center at http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/pubs/html...
  • Page 137: 2838/#9738 Pci 100/10 Mbps Ethernet Ioa

    AS/400e server 250 Other adapters supporting LAN attachments are: • #2723 PCI Ethernet IOA • #2724 PCI 16/4 Mbps Token-Ring IOA • #2838 PCI 100/10 Mbps Ethernet IOA • #2815 PCI 155 Mbps UTP OC3 ATM IOA • #2816 PCI 155 Mbps MMF ATM IOA •...
  • Page 138: 2723/#9723 Pci Ethernet Ioa (10 Mbps)

    AS/400e server 250 #2723/#9723 PCI Ethernet IOA (10 Mbps) The #9723 is a base LAN option on the Model 250. This feature provides a single attachment to one Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect Local Area Network. It consists of an adapter card and internal code, which supplies Ethernet Version 2 and IEEE 802.3 Media Access Control (MAC) plus 802.2 Logical Link...
  • Page 139: 2818 Pci 155 Mbps Single-Mode Fiber Oc3 Atm Ioa

    AS/400e server 250 #2818 PCI 155 Mbps Single-Mode Fiber OC3 ATM IOA This feature allows the AS/400 system to be attached to an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network using the Single-Mode Fiber (SMF) 9 micron interface. This interface is intended primarily for direct connection to service provider equipment but can be used for local area switches.
  • Page 140: 9406 Model 250 System Unit

    AS/400e server 250 • A display unit must be connected to the Integrated Netfinity Server to support Windows NT • A minimum of 64M IOP memory on the Integrated Netfinity Server For keyboard/mouse and display support in countries outside the USA, consult the Internet http://www.as400.ibm.com/windowsintegration/ntins.htm...
  • Page 141: System Expansion Unit Schematics

    AS/400e server 250 3. A maximum of three LAN cards are allowed on the MFIOP (including Integrated Server slots C05 and C06). 4. Communications cards #2750, #2751, and #2761 are only allowed in high-speed Slot C03. 5. The processors include an embedded base disk controller (CCIN 9728). A separate #9728 is not needed.
  • Page 142 AS/400e server 250 9406 Model 250 #7102 System Expansion Unit Slot #2723/#2724/#2745/#2746 Disk Unit 350 Watt Power Supply #2723/#2724/#2745/#2746 Disk Unit Disk Unit #2723/#2724/#2745/#2746 Disk Unit #2723/#2724/#2745/#2746 Disk Unit Disk Unit Base Controller (CCIN 2824) PCI Cards #2729/#2718/#2745/#2746/#2750/#2751/#2761/#4801 Low Speed PCI Slot...
  • Page 143: Uninterruptable Power Supply (Ups)

    AS/400e server 250 Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) An external UPS is recommended since the 9406 Model 250 does not have an internal battery backup unit (BBU). The configurator adds a country-specific UPS by default. The 9910 Models 080, 140, and 180 from the 9406 Model 170 may be used although the CPM function is not supported.
  • Page 144: Magnetic Media Controllers

    See “Magnetic Media Controllers” on page 383. #2718 PCI Magnetic Media Controller #2718 is a SCSI Tape IOA that provides attachment capabilities for the IBM 7207 Model QIC External Tape Drive. The #2718 can attach one tape drive.
  • Page 147: As/400E Server 270

    Processor upgrades are offered within the 270 server. The AS/400e server 270 offers up to ten times I/O infrastructure performance, up to 24 disk units, a high-performance PCI bus with Hot Plug PCI adapters (on selected processors), a High-Speed Link, and V.90 integrated modem.
  • Page 148 AS/400e server 270 – Support for base #9767 Base PCI Disk Unit Controller – Support for up to six Disk Units, the required CD-ROM, and either a feature Internal Tape or a feature CD-ROM. Provides support for base Console/Workstation IOA.
  • Page 149: Card Technology

    AS/400e server 270 • System Console/Communications Adapter – #5540 System Console on twinaxial workstation controller • #4746 PCI Twinaxial IOA • #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem – #5544 System Console on Operations Console • #0367 Operations Console PCI Cable •...
  • Page 150: Processor Features

    2400 bps modems to reduce the speed to 1200 bps. • LPDA-1 (Link Problem Determination Aids). This is a diagnostic function supported by some (primarily older IBM) modems. • V.54 local and remote loopback (diagnostics functions supported by some modems)
  • Page 151: Interactive Features

    Interactive CPW is an approximate value reflecting the portion of Processor CPW that can be used for workloads performing interactive-based tasks (5250). An AS/400e server 270 can be effectively managed when there is no Interactive CPW (Interactive CPW = 0) available for application workloads.
  • Page 152: Main Storage

    AS/400e server 270 #1516 #22AA #2253 #1520 #22AB Main Storage All main storage on the Model 270 is feature main storage. A minimum of two of the same capacity and technology must be selected. Processors #2248, #2250, #2422, and #2252/#2423 (without #2884 Main Storage Expansion card): •...
  • Page 153: Power And Packaging

    AS/400e server 270 • For placement, an initial pair of memory DIMMs is allowed (in slot A and slot B) without quads. After that, all DIMMs must be plugged in quads starting from the outer four corners going toward the center (A, B, C, D, then E, F, G, H, and so on). Using the same feature code number within a quad is required.
  • Page 154 AS/400e server 270 • #7123 DASD Expansion Unit – #7123 is a concurrent maintenance DASD six-position expansion feature, which may be ordered to support an additional six disk units (for a total of 12) in the #7104 on the Model 270.
  • Page 155 AS/400e server 270 Model 270 System Unit Processors #2248, #2250, #2422 Multi-Adapter Bridge Bus Number Slots PCI Cards Tape/CD Tape/CD EMBED 1 Embedded IOP CD-ROM CD-ROM 2 2-Line WAN w/Modem Note 1 PCI Short short 4 Console PCI Short Note 1...
  • Page 156 AS/400e server 270 Model 270 System Unit Processors #2252, #2423 Multi-Adapter Bridge Bus Number Slots PCI Cards Tape/CD Tape/CD EMBED 1 Embedded IOP CD-ROM CD-ROM PCI Short 2 2-Line WAN w/Modem Note 1 short 4 Console PCI Short Note 1...
  • Page 157 AS/400e server 270 Model 270 System Unit (2-Way) Processors #2253, #2424 Multi-Adapter Bridge Bus Number Slots PCI Cards Tape/CD Tape/CD EMBED 1 Embedded IOP CD-ROM CD-ROM 2 2-Line WAN w/Modem Note 1 PCI Short short 4 Console PCI Short Note 1...
  • Page 158: Workstation Controllers

    AS/400e server 270 Model 270 #7104 System Unit Expansion DASD Sidecar Disk Unit Cage #7123 DISK SLOTS Disk Unit Cage 625W 625W Power Supply Power Supply DISK SLOTS Back Front Right Legend Unavailable if Integrated Netfinity Server is installed Base Feature...
  • Page 159: System Console

    AS/400e server 270 • When a device has a single address defined with shared sessions, that device counts as one of the maximum active addresses and up to four of the maximum shared sessions. There is a maximum of 300 shared sessions per IOP.
  • Page 160: I/O Processor And I/O Adapter Support

    AS/400e server 270 • #0367 Operations Console Cable Operations Console Cable attaches to the first port (port 0) of the #4745 PCI Two Line WAN IOA. To enable use of the Remote Control Panel function with Operations Console, order feature #0382 (Remote Control Panel Cable).
  • Page 161: Magnetic Media Controllers

    AS/400e server 270 • The system unit supports up to two disk unit controllers to control disks in the system unit and #7104 Expansion Unit (if installed). • The system unit supports up to six disks. The #7104 supports up to twelve disks. The #5075 PCI Expansion Tower supports up to six disks and one disk controller.
  • Page 162: I/O Processors

    AS/400e server 270 I/O Processors • Embedded Base 32 MB PCI IOP (CCIN 284C, CCIN 284D, CCIN 284E) • #2842 32 MB PCI IOP • #2890 PCI Integrated Netfinity Server Internal Disk, Tape and CD-ROM Support The following list shows the supported internal disks, tape drives and CD-ROMs. Refer to “Internal Magnetic Media”...
  • Page 163: Model 270 Upgrades

    AS/400e server 270 Model 270 Upgrades Model 270 2248 2250 2252 2253 F r o m 1516 1517 1516 1518 1516 1519 1516 1520 2248 1516 1517 2250 1516 1518 2252 1516 1519 2253 1516 1520 Dedicated Servers for Domino...
  • Page 164 AS/400e server 270 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 167: As/400E Dedicated Server For Domino

    Lotus Domino workloads on a single server. Because the AS/400e servers 270 and 820 are used as the base models, the AS/400e dedicated Server for Domino is fully configured with all of the same expandability currently available on the AS/400e servers 270 and 820.
  • Page 168 Processor Group Relative performance measurements (described in the following list) are derived by performing various monitored and measured workloads on AS/400e servers. The results (reported values) can be used to compare relative performance characteristics of processor features offered for AS/400e servers.
  • Page 169 (10 to 15% of CPU) that can be supported. – Interactive CPW is an approximate value reflecting the portion of Processor CPW that can be used for workloads performing interactive-based tasks (5250). AS/400e Dedicated server for Domino can be effectively managed when there is no Interactive CPW (Interactive CPW = 0) available for application workloads.
  • Page 170 Includes Common Service Processor (CCIN 282F) • Includes internal flex cable for HSL enablement • AS/400e server 820 Dedicated Server for Domino processors: – #2425 Dedicated Domino processor: Pulsar Uni Processor • Includes eight DIMM memory positions (which plug directly onto the processor - direct attach).
  • Page 171: Cif Features

    Includes Base I/O backplane (CCIN 282D) • Includes Common Service Processor CIF Features AS/400e server 270 Dedicated Server for Domino non-CIF features include: • #2422/#2423/#2424 Dedicated Domino Processor • #7133 DASD Concurrent maintenance Cage • Processor Upgrades AS/400e server 820 Dedicated Server for Domino non-CIF features include: •...
  • Page 172 AS/400e Dedicated Server for Domino AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 175: As/400E Server 820

    AS/400e server 820 AS/400e server 820 AS/400e server 820 System Unit A minimum functional server consists of the base server unit and selected priced features. Included in the base server are the physical package and power elements, a DASD controller, an I/O controller, and a #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem as follows: •...
  • Page 176 AS/400e server 820 • #5544 – System Console on Op Console (Default) – #4745 PCI Two Line WAN IOA (Console/ECS) – #0367 Operations Console PCI Cable – #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem The following required features must be purchased: •...
  • Page 177: Card Technology

    The Model 820 server initial installation is Customer Setup (CSU). Model upgrades are performed by IBM service representatives. OS/400 V4R5 is required to support the 820 servers.
  • Page 178: Processor Features

    2400 bps modems to reduce the speed to 1200 bps. • LPDA-1 (Link Problem Determination Aids). This is a diagnostic function supported by some (primarily older IBM) modems. • V.54 local and remote loopback (diagnostics functions supported by some modems) The fundamental bus architecture of the AS/400 system is unchanged when using PCI adapters.
  • Page 179: Interactive Features

    • Any use of Operations Navigator (GUI administration functions) is not considered interactive work. For a discussion of how these features influence system performance, see “IBM Workload Estimator for AS/400” on page 28. The available interactive options are shown in the table on page 146.
  • Page 180: Main Storage

    AS/400e server 820 #1521 #23B1 #1522 #23B2 #1523 #23B3 #2397 #1524 #23B4 #1525 #23B5 #1526 #23B6 #1521 #23B8 #1522 #23B9 #1523 #23BA #2398 #1524 #23BB #1525 #23BC #1526 #23BD #1527 #23BE Main Storage All main storage on the Model 820 is feature main storage and a minimum of two of the same features must be selected.
  • Page 181: Power And Packaging

    AS/400e server 820 For the #2396 and #2425 processors: • There are eight slots available in the base system for main storage DIMMs, which plug directly onto the processor (Direct Attach). • If more than eight DIMMs total are required, a #2884 Main Storage Expansion Card must be ordered and all DIMMs must then reside on the #2884.
  • Page 182 AS/400e server 820 Continuously Powered Mainstore (CPM) function is not supported on the 8xx servers. An external UPS, combined with abnormal IPL improvements in OS/400, provides an equivalent level of power protection and fast recovery in the event of power failure.
  • Page 183 AS/400e server 820 Model 820 System Unit Tape Tape OP Panel OP Panel CD-ROM OP Panel OP Panel CD-ROM OP Panel OP Panel OP Panel OP Panel #5155 Disk Unit 575W Cage Power Supply #7127 DISK SLOTS #5157 575W Note 1: If C10 has an Integrated Netfinity...
  • Page 184 AS/400e server 820 Card Cage and Memory Layout Model 820 #2395 Processor Multi-Adapter Bridge Bus Number Legend Slots PCI Cards 1 IOP Short Base Feature 2 IOA 3,4 IOP/IOA/Int. Netfinity Svr. Multi- Note 1 5 IOP/IOA Required Feature Adapter 6 IOP/IOA...
  • Page 185 AS/400e server 820 Card Cage and Memory Layout Model 820 #2396, #2425 Processors Multi-Adapter Bridge Bus Number Legend Slots PCI Cards 1 IOP Short Base Feature 2 IOA 3,4 IOP/IOA/Int. Netfinity Svr. Multi- 5 IOP/IOA Note 1 Required Feature Adapter...
  • Page 186 AS/400e server 820 Card Cage and Memory Layout Model 820 #2397, #2398, #2426, #2427 Processors Multi-Adapter Bridge Bus Number Legend Slots PCI Cards 1 IOP Short Base Feature 2 IOA 3,4 IOP/IOA/Int. Netfinity Svr. Multi- Note 1 5 IOP/IOA Required Feature...
  • Page 187: I/O Processor And I/O Adapter Support

    AS/400e server 820 I/O Processor and I/O Adapter Support The following list shows the supported IOPs and IOAs. Please see “I/O Processor” on page 241 and “I/O Adapter” on page 253 for full descriptions. Note PCI configuration rules for V4R5 hardware are quite flexible. Please see “PCI Card Placement Rules”...
  • Page 188: Internal Disk, Tape, And Cd-Rom Support

    AS/400e server 820 Internal Disk, Tape, and CD-ROM Support The following list shows the supported internal disks, tape drives and CD-ROMs. Please see “PCI Disk Units” on page 333 and “Internal Tape and CD-ROM” on page 345 for full descriptions.
  • Page 189: Migration Tower Hardware

    AS/400e server 820 Feature Description Prerequisites Primary rack converted to secondary rack #5043 (migrated) #5044 System Unit Expansion Rack (migrated) Optical Link Processor (OLP) Card #2686 #5143 and #5072 pr #5082 and one of #5052 Storage Expansion Unit #6502, #6512, #6530, #6532, #6533...
  • Page 190: I/O Processors

    AS/400e server 820 I/O Processors See “Migration Tower Hardware PCI” on page 246 and “Migration Tower Hardware SPD” on page 248. Magnetic Media Controllers See “Migration Tower Hardware PCI” on page 259 and “Migration Tower Hardware SPD” on page 267.
  • Page 193: As/400E Server 830

    AS/400e server 830 AS/400e server 830 AS/400e server 830 System Unit A minimum functional server consists of the base server unit and selected priced features. Included in the base server are the physical package and power elements, a DASD controller, an I/O controller and a #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem as follows: •...
  • Page 194 AS/400e server 830 – Provides support for base Console/Workstation IOA The configurator will determine which feature combinations will be on the order based on the System Console specify—#5540 or #5544. The following required features must be ordered: • Processor (one must be specified) –...
  • Page 195: Card Technology

    • #0367 Operations Console PCI Cable • #4745 PCI Two Line WAN IOA • #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem The 830 server initial installation and model upgrades are performed by IBM Service representatives. OS/400 V4R5 is required to support the 830 servers.
  • Page 196: Processor Features

    • Any system administration job submitted to batch is not considered interactive work. • Any use of Operations Navigator (GUI administration functions) is not considered interactive work. For a discussion of how these features influence system performance, see “IBM Workload Estimator for AS/400” on page 28. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 197: Main Storage

    AS/400e server 830 A feature cross-reference table provided on the AS/400 system can be used to relate the Processor Feature Code to the Processor and Interactive features visible in the AS/400 configurator. The Processor Feature Code is found by displaying the QPRCFEAT system value or in the rack configuration.
  • Page 198: Power And Packaging

    AS/400e server 830 • #3062: 128 MB Main Storage DIMM (64 Mb technology) • #3064: 256 MB Main Storage DIMM (128 Mb technology) • #3065: 512 MB Main Storage DIMM (128 Mb technology) For processors #2400 and #2402: • For new systems without #2881 Main Storage Expansion, DIMMs are added in octals on the base Main Storage card.
  • Page 199: System Power

    AS/400e server 830 System Power • Processor Enclosure – Bulks (1100 watt) (CCIN 515B) (Quantity two) – Regulator (CCIN 27AA with Processors #2400 and #2402, CCIN 27AB with Processor #2403) • Base I/O Tower (#9074) – Bulks (765 Watt) (CCIN 515A) (Quantity two) –...
  • Page 200 AS/400e server 830 Model 830 System Unit (n - Way) #2400, #2402, #2403 Processors 1100 W 4-Way Power Processor Supply Card 2/4-Way 1100 W Power Processor Supply Card Rem Media D42 DISK SLOTS CD-ROM OP Panel D46 D47 D48 D49 D50...
  • Page 201: I/O Processor And I/O Adapter Support

    AS/400e server 830 M odel 830 Main Storage Card (CCIN 2881) Legend B ase Feature Required Feature Unavailable if Integrated Netfinity Server is installed N ote 1: If C05 has an Integrated Netfinity Serv er, slot C06 is unav ailable, and s lot C 07 is av ailable only as a short slot.
  • Page 202: Internal Disk Unit Controllers

    AS/400e server 830 • #4761 PCI Integrated Analog Modem • #4801 PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor • #4815 PCI 155 Mbps UTP OC3 ATM IOA • #4816 PCI 155 Mbps MMF ATM IOA • #4818 PCI 155 Mbps SMF ATM IOA • #4838 PCI 100/10 Mbps Ethernet IOA •...
  • Page 203: External Towers

    AS/400e server 830 External Towers The following towers attach to the Model 830 via HSL (High Speed Link). Please see “Expansion Towers” on page 211 and “Migration Towers” on page 221 for full descriptions. • #5033 Migration Tower I • #5034 Migration Tower I •...
  • Page 204: Migration Tower Hardware

    AS/400e server 830 Migration Tower Hardware #2686 Optical Link Processor (266 Mps) #2688 Optical Link Processor (1063 Mps) Disk Units See “PCI Disk Units” on page 333. Internal Tape and CD-ROM See “Internal Tape and CD-ROM” on page 345. I/O Processors See “Migration Tower Hardware PCI”...
  • Page 207: As/400E Server 840

    AS/400e server 840 AS/400e server 840 AS/400e server 840 System Unit A minimum functional server consists of the base server unit and selected priced features. Included in the base server are the physical package and power elements, a DASD controller, an I/O controller, and a #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem as follows: •...
  • Page 208 AS/400e server 840 The following required features must be purchased: • Processor (one must be specified) – #2418 12-way processor (IStar) (10000 CPW) – #2420 24-way processor (IStar) (16500 CPW) • Interactive Card (one must be specified) Processor Feature #2418...
  • Page 209: Card Technology

    • #0367 Operations Console PCI Cable • #4745 PCI Two Line WAN IOA • #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem The 840 server initial installation and model upgrades are performed by IBM Service representatives. OS/400 V4R5 is required to support the 840 servers.
  • Page 210: Processor Features

    • Any use of Operations Navigator (GUI administration functions) is not considered interactive work. For a discussion of how these features influence system performance, see “IBM Workload Estimator for AS/400” on page 28. The available interactive options are shown in the table on page 178.
  • Page 211: Main Storage

    AS/400e server 840 A feature cross-reference table can be used to relate the Processor Feature Code to the Processor and Interactive features visible in the AS/400 configurator. The Processor Feature Code is found by displaying the QPRCFEAT system value or in the rack configuration. The Processor Feature Code is used when ordering software license keys.
  • Page 212: Power And Packaging

    AS/400e server 840 – #3195 - 4096 MB Main Storage Card (128 MB technology) – #3196 - 8192 MB Main Storage Card (256 MB technology) • Requires #2730 Programmable Regulator (Quantity 2) • May be selected only to achieve 81920 MB and 98304 MB main storage increments) –...
  • Page 213: 9079 Base I/O Tower

    AS/400e server 840 • Processor Regulators (CCIN 2714) (Quantity two) • Charger • Battery Pack • SPCN Card (CCIN 285E) • AC Power Supply Country Specific Usage – Base I/O Tower (#9079) • Bulks (765 Watt) (CCIN 515A) (Quantity two) •...
  • Page 214: 5101 30-Disk Expansion Feature

    AS/400e server 840 The mounting for the first 15 disk units is included in the #9079 (base). The mounting for the next 30 disk units is optional by ordering feature code #5101 30 Disk Expansion Feature. The #9079 also supports up to two removable media devices (internal tape or CD-ROM).
  • Page 215 AS/400e server 840 Model 840 System Unit (n - Way) #2418, #2420 Processors Legend Base Feature Required Feature Unavailable if A A A Integrated Netfinity Server is installed M01-03 M04 M05 M08-10 Rem Media D42 Regulators DISK SLOTS CD-ROM OP Panel...
  • Page 216 AS/400e server 840 Model 840 System Unit (n - Way) #2418, #2420 Processors Legend Note 1: If C05 has an Integrated Base Feature Netfinity Server, slot C06 is not available, and slot C07 is available only as a short slot.
  • Page 217: I/O Processor And I/O Adapter Support

    AS/400e server 840 I/O Processor and I/O Adapter Support The following list shows the supported IOPs and IOAs. Please see “I/O Processor” on page 241 and “I/O Adapter” on page 253 for full descriptions. Note PCI configuration rules for V4R5 hardware are quite flexible. Please see “PCI Card Placement Rules”...
  • Page 218: Internal Disk, Tape, And Cd-Rom Support

    AS/400e server 840 Internal Disk, Tape, and CD-ROM Support The following list shows the supported internal disks, tape drives and CD-ROMs. Please see “PCI Disk Units” on page 333 and “Internal Tape and CD-ROM” on page 345 for full descriptions.
  • Page 219: Migration Tower Hardware

    AS/400e server 840 One port on OLP card #2688 in the #5077 Mi- #5065 Storage/PCI Expansion Tower gration Tower One port on OLP card #2688 in the #5077 Mi- #5072 1063M System Unit Expansion Tower gration Tower One port on OLP card #2688 in the #5077 Mi-...
  • Page 220 AS/400e server 840 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 223: As/400E Server Sb2

    AS/400e server SB2 AS/400e server SB2 AS/400e server SB2 System Unit A minimum functional server consists of the base server unit and selected priced features. Included in the base server are the physical package and power elements, a DASD controller, an I/O controller, 12288 MB of Main Storage and a #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem as follows: •...
  • Page 224: Card Technology

    AS/400e server SB2 – Provides support for base Console/Workstation IOA The configurator will determine which feature combinations will be on the order based on the System Console specify—#5540 or #5544 The following required features must be ordered: • Processor #2315 Model SB2 8-way Processor (IStar) (CCIN 2315) •...
  • Page 225: Processor Feature

    AS/400e server SB2 With the implementation of new PCI technologies in the AS/400e server SB2 comes the requirement for a better understanding of the configuration rules associated with the various I/O features of the AS/400 system. Prior AS/400 models required input/output processors (IOPs) to be in specific slots in the system and expansion towers.
  • Page 226: System Power

    The #9074 also supports up to two removable media devices (internal tape or CD-ROM), which are supported by the #9748. The Model SB2 is based on the Model 830. For system diagrams, please see the “AS/400e server 830” on page 163.
  • Page 227: I/O Processor And I/O Adapter Support

    AS/400e server SB2 I/O Processor and I/O Adapter Support The following list shows the supported IOPs and IOAs. Please see “I/O Processor” on page 241 and “I/O Adapter” on page 253 for full descriptions. Note PCI configuration rules for V4R5 hardware are quite flexible. Please see “PCI Card Placement Rules”...
  • Page 228: Internal Disk, Tape, And Cd-Rom Support

    AS/400e server SB2 Internal Disk, Tape, and CD-ROM Support The following list shows the supported internal disks, tape drives and CD-ROMs. Please see “PCI Disk Units” on page 333 and “Internal Tape and CD-ROM” on page 345 for full descriptions.
  • Page 231: As/400E Server Sb3

    AS/400e server SB3 AS/400e server SB3 AS/400e server SB3 System Unit A minimum functional server consists of the base server unit and selected priced features. Included in the base server are the physical package and power elements, a DASD controller, an I/O controller, 16384 MB or 24576 MB of main storage and a #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem as follows: •...
  • Page 232 AS/400e server SB3 • Bus Adapter (CCIN 2681) • Operator Panel (CCIN 247A) • #9943 Base PCI IOP – Provides support for #9748 Base PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller Provides support for eight disk units, the required CD-ROM, and a feature internal tape or a feature CD-ROM.
  • Page 233: Card Technology

    Model 820 and selected features on all models. It also enables Hot Plug PCI for adding and replacing hardware without taking the server down. With the implementation of new PCI technologies in the AS/400e server SB3 comes the requirement for a better understanding of the configuration rules associated with the various I/O features of the AS/400 system.
  • Page 234: Processor Features

    AS/400e server SB3 adapter and network errors; and manage, configure, and service the adapters. PCI architecture offers advantages in flexibility over non-AS/400 system structures. Processor Features #2316 Model SB3 Processor (IStar 12-way) • Processor Capacity Card (CCIN 2316) • Processor 0 (CCIN 245F) •...
  • Page 235: 9079 Base I/O Tower

    AS/400e server SB3 • Memory Control Regulator (CCIN 2716) • Processor Regulators (CCIN 2714) (Quantity two) • Charger • Battery Pack • SPCN Card (CCIN 285E) • AC Power Supply Country Specific Usage – Processor side, 24 Way • Bulks (1000 watt) (CCIN 5154) (Quantity five) •...
  • Page 236: 5150 Battery Backup (External)

    The #5150 is an external battery backup that when used in conjunction with the internal battery backup is capable of extending the battery backup time on Models 840 and SB3. The Model SB3 is based on the Model 840. For system diagrams, see “AS/400e server 840” on page 177.
  • Page 237: Internal Disk Unit Controllers

    AS/400e server SB3 • #4815 PCI 155 Mbps UTP OC3 ATM IOA • #4816 PCI 155 Mbps MMF ATM IOA • #4818 PCI 155 Mbps SMF ATM IOA • #4838 PCI 100/10 Mbps Ethernet IOA • #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with Modem Internal Disk Unit Controllers •...
  • Page 238: External Towers

    AS/400e server SB3 External Towers The #5077 Migration Tower II attaches to the Model SB3 via HSL (High Speed Link). Please see “Expansion Towers” on page 211 for full a description. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 241: Towers

    HSL loop, select one or two (select two if one of the existing HSL cables is too short), any combination, of the following HSL cable features per tower: • #1460 - 3m Copper HSL cable • #1461 - 6m Copper HSL cable • #1462 - 15m Copper HSL cable © Copyright IBM Corp. 2000...
  • Page 242 When the #5075 is attached to the Model 820, the seven PCI IOAs are supported (driven) by an embedded 32 MB PCI IOP and by feature #2843 PCI IOPs or feature #2790 Integrated Netfinity Servers. #5075s are not allowed to migrate on Model 820 upgrades to Model 830. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 243: 5156 Redundant Power And Cooling

    Towers #5075 PCI Expansion Tower Multi-Adapter Bridge Bus Number Slots PCI Cards 7,8 IOA OP Panel OP Panel PCI Short Short Multi- Note 1 5,6 IOP/IOA Multi- Adapter 3,4 IOP/IOA Adapter Bridge Bridge 1,2 IOP/IOA/Int. Netfinity Svr. Boundary Boundary #5156 #5156 7,8 IOP/IOA Note 2...
  • Page 244: 5074 Pci Expansion Tower

    The #5074 also supports up to two removable media devices (internal tape or CD-ROM). These removable media devices are supported by the same #4748 PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller, which supports the first set of 15 disk units. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 245 Towers #5074 PCI Expansion Tower Rem Media D42 DISK SLOTS Rem Media D41 OP Panel D46 D47 D48 D49 D50 DISK SLOTS DISK SLOTS D36 D37 D38 D39 D40 D31 D32 D33 D34 D35 #5101 DISK SLOTS DISK SLOTS D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 D26 D27 D28 D29 D30 DISK SLOTS DISK SLOTS...
  • Page 246 Note: Some countries offer fewer choices of line cords, and some countries are shipped a default line cord type. #5077 is mutually exclusive with #5033, #5034, and #5035. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 247: 5079 1.8M I/O Tower

    Towers #5077 Migration Tower II #5057 #5057 Removable CD-ROM Media #3 Removable Removable BLOWER #2 BLOWER #1 Media #2 Media #1 Disk Disk Unit Unit Battery Bulk Disk Disk AC Bulk Unit Unit Power Supply Battery Bulk Front Back Legend Base Feature #5079 1.8M I/O Tower The #5079 is attached to Models 820, 830, and 840 for adding up to 90 disk units, up to 22...
  • Page 248 These removable media devices are supported by the two #4748 PCI RAID Disk Unit Controllers which support the first two groups of 15 disk units. Co-requisite: Two #0574 specify features must be ordered for the tower initial order. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 249 Towers #5079 PCI Expansion Tower Legend Rem Media D42 DISK SLOTS Rem Media D41 Base Feature OP Panel D46 D47 D48 D49 D50 Required Feature DISK SLOTS DISK SLOTS Unavailable if Integrated Netfinity Server is installed D31 D32 D33 D34 D35 D36 D37 D38 D39 D40 Note 1: If C05 has an Integrated Netfinity Server,...
  • Page 250: 7002 Hsl Enabler

    (for a total of 12) in the Model 820 system unit/CEC. The prerequisite is one #2763 or #4748 disk unit controller in the Model 820 system unit and the #5157 Feature Power Supply. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 251: 7133 Dasd Concurrent Maintenance Cage

    Towers #7133 DASD Concurrent Maintenance Cage The #7133 is a DASD 6-Pack cage that may be ordered for the Model 270 with processors #2248, #2250, and #2422. The #7133 enables disk unit concurrent maintenance and replaces the standard non-concurrent maintenance DASD 6-Pack cage. On processor upgrades from #2248, #2250, #2422 to #2252, #2253, #2423, #2424, RPO remove the #7133.
  • Page 252: 5034 Migration Tower I (10 Disk S20/620, 720 System)

    • #1465 - 15m SPCN cable • #1466 - 30m SPCN cable One JTAG-E cable (6m) is included with the #5034. The existing system unit/CEC line cord should be used. Available line cord options are identified in the AS/400e System Builder, SG24-2155. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 253: Migration Tower I (15 Disk S20/620, 720 System)

    One JTAG-E cable (6m) is included with the #5035. The existing system unit/CEC line cord should be used. Available line cord options are identified in the AS/400e System Builder, SG24-2155. #5035 is mutually exclusive with #5033, #5034, and #5077. Towers...
  • Page 254: Storage Expansion Unit

    Select one of the following SPCN cables per tower: • #1463 - 2m SPCN cable • #1464 - 6m SPCN cable • #1465 - 15m SPCN cable • #1466 - 30m SPCN cable One JTAG-C cable (6m) is included with the #5077. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 255: Spd Expansion Towers

    #9251 may be used. However, a line cord may be selected on a #9251 to #5077 conversion if the line cord type is to be changed. Available line cord options are identified in the AS/400e System Builder, SG24-2155. #5077 is mutually exclusive with #5033, #5034, and #5035.
  • Page 256 #2688 Optical Link Processor (1063 Mps) This feature is used for attaching #5065, #5072, #5082, #5073, and #5083 Expansion Towers. One can attach two towers. It requires an Optical Link Processor position on the #9329/#9330, #9331, or #5077. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 259: Customer Install Features (Cif)

    • The 28 character priced feature description. • If the feature is a “Customer Install Feature” (Y) or a “Installed by IBM Feature” (N). • The various models and how the features are supported in the Price File using the letters that are defined as follows: –...
  • Page 260 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd AU/NZ V4R5 1410 200V 6-ft Line Cord V4R5 1411 200V 14-ft Line Cord V4R5 1412 125V 6-ft Line Cord V4R5 1413 125V 14-ft Line Cord V4R5 1414 200V 6-ft Locking Line Cord V4R5 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 261 Customer Install Features (CIF) Feat Model Annc Code Description 1415 200V 6-ft Wtrtght Line Cord V4R5 1416 200V 14-ft Locking Line Cord V4R5 1417 200V 14-ft Wtrtght Line Cord V4R5 1418 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd S Afric V4R5 1419 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Israel V4R5 1420 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd EU/Asia...
  • Page 262 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1521 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1522 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1523 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1524 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1525 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1526 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1527 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 263 Customer Install Features (CIF) Feat Model Annc Code Description 1531 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1532 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1533 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1534 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1535 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1536 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1537 Interactive Capacity Card V4R5 1538...
  • Page 264 PCI Integ Netfinity Server V4R5 2895 128 MB Netfinity IOP Memory V4R5 2896 256 MB Netfinity IOP Memory V4R5 2897 1 GB Netfinity IOP Memory V4R5 3000 Migrated 128 MB Main Storage V4R5 3005 512 MB Main Store V4R5 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 265 Customer Install Features (CIF) Feat Model Annc Code Description 3022 128 MB Main Storage V4R5 3024 256 MB Main Storage V4R5 3025 512 MB Main Store V4R5 3026 512 MB Main Store V4R5 3062 128 MB Main Storage V4R5 3064 256 MB Main Storage V4R5 3065...
  • Page 266 V4R5 9691 Base Bus Adapter V4R5 9732 Base HSL Ports - 8 Copper V4R5 9733 Base HSL Ports - 8 Copper V4R5 9737 Base HSL Ports - 16 Copper V4R5 9748 Base PCI Disk Unit Ctlr V4R5 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 267 Customer Install Features (CIF) Feat Model Annc Code Description 9767 Base PCI Disk Unit Ctlr V4R5 9771 #9771 Base PCI 2-Line WAN with V4R5 Modem 9943 Base PCI IOP V4R5 Customer Install Features (CIF)
  • Page 268 Customer Install Features (CIF) AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 271: I/O Processor

    • #2749 - PCI Ultra Magnetic Media Controller • #2763 - PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller • #2768 - PCI Magnetic Media Controller • #4723 - PCI Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 Adapter • #4745 - PCI WAN IOA • #4746 - PCI Twinaxial IOA © Copyright IBM Corp. 2000...
  • Page 272 The following IOAs are supported (driven) by the embedded PCI IOP (Model 820) and the #2843/#9943 PCI IOP: • #2743 - PCI 1 Gbps Ethernet IOA • #2744 - PCI 100 Mbps Token Ring IOA • #2763 - PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller 2 Port (Model 820 only) AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 273: Pci Integrated Netfinity Server

    I/O Processor • #2749 - PCI Ultra Magnetic Media Controller • #2768 - PCI Magnetic Media Controller • #4723 - PCI Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 Adapter • #4745 - PCI WAN IOA • #4746 - PCI Twinaxial IOA • #4748 - PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller •...
  • Page 274 • A minimum of 128 MB Netfinity IOP Memory is required. • #1700 (IPCS Keyboard/Mouse for Windows) is the default (in those countries offering it). • A display must be connected to the Integrated Netfinity Server to support Windows. • For non-US keyboard/mouse and display, see http://www.as400.ibm.com/nt AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 275: Pci Integrated Netfinity Server

    I/O Processor #2890 PCI Integrated Netfinity Server The #2890 PCI Integrated Netfinity Server contains a 700 MHz slot 1 processor and four Netfinity IOP Memory slots. The #2890 is supported only in the Model 270 system unit and in the #5075 PCI Expansion Tower when it is attached to the Model 270.
  • Page 276: Migration Tower Hardware Pci

    LAN IOA slots. Supported for migration only in #503x Migration Towers. #2854 PCI Integrated PC Server The #2854 Integrated PC Server contains a 200 MHz Pentium processor, four IOP memory slots, and two LAN IOA slots. Supported for migration only in #503x Migration Towers. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 277: Pci Integrated Netfinity Server

    • A display must be connected to the IPCS to support Windows NT. • A minimum of 64 MB IOP memory on the Integrated Netfinity Server. For keyboard/mouse and display support in countries outside of the USA, consult the Web site at: http://www.as400.ibm.com I/O Processor...
  • Page 278: Migration Tower Hardware Spd

    Netfinity Server. The #6618 Integrated Netfinity Server requires three IOP slots. It comes with no base main memory and supports up to four of the following memory features allowing between 32 MB and 1024 MB of memory. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 279 • A display must be connected to the IPCS to support Windows NT. • A minimum of 64 MB IOP memory on the Integrated Netfinity Server. For keyboard or mouse and display support in countries outside the USA, consult the Web site at: http://www.as400.ibm.com I/O Processor...
  • Page 280 I/O Processor AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 283: I/O Adapter

    The #2744 PCI 100 Mbps Token-Ring IOA provides a single attachment to a 100 Mbps, 16 Mbps, or 4 Mbps IBM Token Ring network. The feature consists of an IOA card, internal code, which supplies IEEE 802.5 Media Access Control (MAC), and IEEE 802.2 Logical Link Control (LCC) functions.
  • Page 284: Pci Two-Line Wan Ioa

    Each port consists of 2B+D configuration. The #4750 is the “U”-bus (2 wire) version IOA. • For data mode support, B-channel supports digital data at 64 Kbps. • For modem mode support, B-channel supports V.90 and lesser modulations. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 285: Pci Isdn Bri S/T Ioa

    The feature requires and country certification or homologation. #4801 PCI Crypto Coprocessor The #4801 is a hardware cryptography solution based on the IBM 4758 card. The #4801 is a half-length PCI card that offers rich cryptography function, secure storage of cryptographic keys, and triple DES capability.
  • Page 286: Pci 155 Mbps Unshielded Twisted Pair Atm Ioa

    #9771 is a 2-line WAN adapter, with one port supporting multiple protocol communications and the other port supporting V.90 56K Async Data on PPP via an internal modem. Connection to the V.90 port is via telephone cable. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 287: Pci Raid Disk Unit Controller

    • #0365 V.24/EIA232 80-ft PCI cable ECS and fax are not supported on the V.90 port at this time. IBM intends to support both on the V.90 port at the next release of OS/400 and with a Group PTF for V4R5.
  • Page 288: Pci Raid Disk Unit Controller

    The #2749 is an Ultra SCSI controller for attachment of an external tape device or an external optical device. Devices supported by #2749: • 3490E – C11/C22/C1A/C2A ½-inch Cartridge Tape Subsystem with #5040 – E01/E11 ½-inch Cartridge Tape Subsystem – F00/F01/F11/F1A ½-inch Cartridge Tape Subsystem AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 289: Pci Magnetic Media Controller

    I/O Adapter • 3494 – L10 ½-inch Cartridge Tape Library Control Unit Frame (one 3490E-C1A/C2A with #5040 or one or two 3490E-F1A) – L12 ½-inch Cartridge Tape Library Control Unit Frame (one or two 3590-B1A) – D10 ½-inch Cartridge Tape Library Device Frame (one 3490E-C1A/C2A with #5040 or one or two 3490E-F1A) –...
  • Page 290: Pci Two-Line Wan Ioa

    RJ45 connection on the IOA may be attached. The #2724/#9724 provides one LAN attachment for the #6618 Integrated Netfinity Server. The #6618 is a prerequisite for the #2724/#9724, and it uses one LAN IOA slot in the #6618. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 291: Pci Two-Line Wan Ioa

    I/O Adapter If the #2724/#9724 is selected to run on a #2866 Integrated Netfinity Server, one #0220 (Token-Ring on Integrated Netfinity Server) is required for each #2724/#9724 ordered. #2745/9745 PCI Two-Line WAN IOA Supports up to two multiple protocol communications ports when one of two (in any combination) of the following cables are attached: •...
  • Page 292: Pci Isdn Bri S/T Ioa

    This feature allows the AS/400 system to be attached to an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network using the Multi-Mode Fiber (MMF) 62.5 micron interface. This interface is intended for connection to both local area switches and direct connection to service provider AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 293: Pci 155 Mbps Single-Mode Fiber Oc3 Atm Ioa

    #4802 PCI Crypto Coprocessor The #4802 is a hardware cryptography solution based on the IBM 4758 card. The #4802 is a half-length PCI card that offers rich cryptography function, secure storage of cryptographic keys, and triple DES capability. The level of the cryptographic function is determined by the Cryptographic Access Provider Licensed Program, which is used to set the key length in the adapter.
  • Page 294: Pci Magnetic Media Controller

    • 2.5G ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit, #6481 • 4G ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit, #6482 • 13G ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit, #6485 • 16 G ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit • 25G ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit, #6486 • 7G 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit, #6490 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 295: Pci Magnetic Media Controller Scsi Pci

    I/O Adapter The #2726 occupies one High Speed PCI card slot. It is supported on the 9406 Model 720 only. A maximum of one #2726, #2740, #2741, or #9728 can be installed in the system unit and one #2726 or #2741 in the #5064/#9364 System Unit Expansion with the #9329 Expansion Unit for PCI cards.
  • Page 296: Pci Raid Disk Unit Controller

    #2741 or #2726 in the #5064/#9364 System Unit Expansion with #9329 Expansion Unit for PCI cards. If only a maximum of 10 disks is required and there is no requirement for compression, the #2740 can be ordered instead of #2741. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 297: Pci Raid Disk Unit Compression Controller

    I/O Adapter #2748 PCI RAID Disk Unit Compression Controller The #2748 is an Ultra2 SCSI disk and tape controller with a 26 MB write cache that provides RAID-5 protection for internal disk units. In addition to RAID, the #2748 also offers DASD compression capabilities.
  • Page 298: Cryptographic Processor (Commercial)

    • X.21 switched WAN dialup or Shorthold Mode WAN • Asynchronous communication speeds of less than 300 bps • Data Rate Select signal on the EIA 232/V.24 interface. This function is used by some older 2400 bps modems to reduce the speed to 1200 bps. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 299: Integrated Fax Adapter

    The #2664 is supported for migration only. #6149 16/4 Mbps Token-Ring IOA This feature provides a single attachment to either a 16 Mbps or a 4 Mbps IBM Token-Ring Network. The feature consists of an adapter card, internal code (supplies IEEE 802.5 Media Access Control (MAC) and IEEE 802.2 Logical Link Control (LLC) functions), and an...
  • Page 300: Ethernet/Ieee 802.3 Ioa (10 Mbps)

    This #6181/#9381 has an RJ45 connector and a 15 pin D-shell connector for attachment of customer supplied cabling. An AUI Ethernet cable or RJ45 twisted pair cable must be ordered separately. Cabling must meet or exceed Industry Standard EIA/TIA T568B. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 301: Removable Media Device Attachment Spd

    I/O Adapter The #2629 LAN/WAN/Workstation IOP or #9754 MFIOP is a prerequisite for the #6181. It uses one IOA slot and no I/O card slots. #2621 Removable Media Device Attachment SPD The Removable Media Device Attachment, #2621, provides for the attachment of one or two of the following devices, in any combination: •...
  • Page 302: Tape/Disk Device Controller Spd

    Therefore, the 3570-B02/C02 (library plus two tape drives equals three devices) and the 3575 with more than one tape drive have additional limitations when attaching to one port on the #6501 along with another tape drive on the second port. The #6501 does not AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 303: High Performance Controller (2M Cache) Spd

    One #6501 can support two 9337s or 2105s. The maximum number of #6501s that can attach to support the 9337s or 2105s varies by model. For details, see “IBM AS/400e server” on page 77 and “Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models” on page 701 for more information. One I/O card slot is required and must be accommodated in the System Unit or System Unit Expansion (#5072, #5073, or #5044).
  • Page 304: Internal Tape Device Controller Spd

    The #6513 occupies one I/O card slot position. #6532 RAID Disk Unit Controller (4M Cache) Ultra SCSI SPD The #6532 disk controller provides unprotected, mirrored, or RAID-5 protection for internal disk units. It includes a 4M write cache. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 305: 6533 Raid Disk Unit Controller (4M Cache) Ultra Scsi Compress. Spd275

    I/O Adapter The #6532 controls Ultra, Fast Wide, and Fast Narrow SCSI disk units located in the #5058 Storage Expansion Unit and #5083 Storage Expansion Tower. The Ultra SCSI disks gives best performance when attached to a #6532 in these Ultra SCSI Expansion Units or Towers. These Ultra SCSI disks are 17.54G Disk Unit #6714, 8.58G Disk Unit #6713, 4.19G Disk Unit #6907 and 1.96G Disk Unit #6906.
  • Page 306: Magnetic Media Controller Scsi Spd

    Removable Media Cluster Box, the 2440-A12 ½-inch Reel Tape Unit, and the 7208-002 2.3G 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit, that are not supported by the #6534. For these devices, the #2621 is still required. The #6534 does not provide Hardware Data Compression (HDC). AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 309: Pci Card Placement Rules

    There are a series of “hard” and “soft” rules that define the combinations of IOPs and IOAs supported in an AS/400e system. What is meant by hard and soft rules? • Hard rules are rules and restrictions automatically enforced by the AS/400 Marketing Configurators.
  • Page 310: Card Enclosure Layout

    It should also be noted that this section does not cover the migration towers that can be attached to the Model 8xx server. For configuration rules related to migrated hardware, see the description of the affected features to be migrated the AS/400e System Builder , SG24-2155.
  • Page 311: Card Enclosure Diagrams

    PCI Card Placement Rules There are several new concepts in the AS/400 system, such as Multi-Adapter Bridges, Multi-Adapter Bridge Boundaries, and PCI Buses, that are defined later in this section. Knowledge of these new concepts is required to understand the card rules defined later in this chapter.
  • Page 312: Pci And Card Enclosure Concepts

    “long” cards and may not be installed in the “short” positions. When an Integrated Netfinity Server is installed, it occupies two and a half slots except on the Model 270 where it occupies one and a half slots. This means that the card slot immediately AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 313: Configuration Validation Procedure

    PCI Card Placement Rules following the Integrated Netfinity Server in Multi-Adapter Bridge Bus Number order only accepts “short” cards when the Integrated Netfinity Server is installed. The shortened slot will contain the first LAN IOA controlled by the Integrated Netfinity Server. For example, slot C07 in the Model 830 card enclosure supports “long”...
  • Page 314: Generating A Valid Configuration

    • If all the numbers in line 5 are less than or equal to the corresponding values in line 6, the configuration is valid as long as all card rules from “Hard Rules: IOA Capabilities” on page 286, and “Soft Rules: IOA Requirements” on page 289, have been followed. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 315: Configuration Validation Form

    PCI Card Placement Rules Configuration Validation Form Line # Item Memory Performance IOA #1 IOA #2 IOA #3 IOA #4 Total IOP Capability IOP Capacity Table Memory Capacity Performance Capacity #2843/#9943 PCI IOP Model 820, 830, 840, #5074, #5075 when attached to Model 820.
  • Page 316: Hard Rules: Ioa Capabilities

    4. A maximum of three of these IOAs (#4748, #9748, #2763) is allowed per IOP. 5. #4801 is not allowed to be controlled by the embedded IOP on the Model 270 and 820 or the Base IOP on Model 830, 840, SB2, and SB3. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 317 PCI Card Placement Rules 6. A maximum of one of these IOAs (#4750, #4751, #4761) is allowed per IOP. A maximum of three active communication traces is allowed at one time on these IOAs. 7. Only one #9771 is allowed per system. •...
  • Page 318 Multi-Adapter Bridge in the card enclosure. The #9771 may be used for ECS. However, the #9771 is not selected by default and requires manual configuration to change the RSRCNAME parameter on the QESLINE and QTILINE line descriptions. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 319: Soft Rules: Ioa Requirements

    PCI Card Placement Rules When #5544 is specified, the console function requires a PC running Operations Console attached to the #4745 in the ECS slot. The placement of the adapters to support the system console function is defined in the following table.
  • Page 320 Frame Relay line speed up to 3, 4, 5 64Kbps with IPX #9771 Base PCI Two-Line WAN Frame Relay line speed up to with Modem 1, 3, 4 2048Kbps Frame Relay line speed up to 1, 3, 4, 5 2048Kbps with IPX AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 321 PCI Card Placement Rules Capability/Comment Memory Performance (per port) (per port) X.25 up to 32 virtual circuits and 2, 3 line speed up to 64 Kbps X.25 up to 64 virtual circuits and 2, 3 line speed up to 64 Kbps #4745 PCI Two-Line WAN IOA X.25 up to 32 virtual circuits and #9771 Base PCI Two-Line WAN...
  • Page 322 IOA. In addition, the number of active workstation sessions is limited to 120 per IOA. 10. IPX is not supported on the ATM IOAs (#4815, #4816, and #4818) or #2743 PCI 1 Gbps Ethernet IOA. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 323: Integrated Netfinity Server Iop Rules

    PCI Card Placement Rules 11. Use the Hard Rules values from “Hard Rules: IOA Capabilities” on page 286. 12. When using the SDLC protocol, a maximum of 64 controllers per line is allowed, unless the “Configuration Validation Procedure” on page 283 indicates that enough memory and performance capacity is available on this IOP to support more.
  • Page 324: Example 1: Model 270

    Configuration Validation Form unless the value in a particular column is less than the default value for the IOA. When determining the values to use, be sure to account for both lines if you have selected the #4745 and #9771. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 325 PCI Card Placement Rules ECS will be the only protocol used on the #9771. None of the soft rules apply. 6. Add the IOA values in each column. Place the totals on line 5. 7. Compare the totals in line 5 with the IOP Capacity in line 6. All the numbers in line 5 are less than or equal to the corresponding values in line 6.
  • Page 326 Note that card slot C02 is empty. An IOA could be placed in that slot later. The table above shows ample memory and performance capability on the IOP. However, doing so would violate the soft rule concerning optimum performance on a #4838 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 327: Example 2: Model 820 With #5074 Pci Expansion Tower

    PCI Card Placement Rules Model 270 M-A Bridge Slot Bus No. EMBED 1 IOP 2 #9771 4 #4746 6 #2842 7 #4838 3 #2763 Example 2: Model 820 with #5074 PCI Expansion Tower In this example, the customer has requested a Model 820 with the following capabilities: •...
  • Page 328 5. Review “Soft Rules: IOA Requirements” on page 289. If any of the restrictions described apply to the selected IOAs, use the values from the table to replace the values in the Configuration Validation Form unless the value in a particular column is less than the AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 329 PCI Card Placement Rules default value for the IOA. When determining the values to use, be sure to account for both lines if you selected the #4745 and #9771. Since Frame Relay will be used on the #4745, the detailed values for the synchronous under 64 Kbps and Frame Relay under 2048 Kbps need to be used to account for the usage on the #4745.
  • Page 330 #4838 in “Hard Rules: IOA Capabilities” on page 286, shows there is ample capacity in the #2843 to support the #4838. After installing the #2843 and #4838, the Model 820 card enclosure will appear as shown in the following figure. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 331 PCI Card Placement Rules Model 820 M-A Bridge Slot Bus No. 1 IOP short 2 IOA 3,4 IOP/IOA/INS Multi- 5 IOP/IOA Adapter Bridge 6 IOP/IOA 7,8 IOA EMBED 1 IOP Multi- 2 #9771 Adapter 3 #4748 Bridge 4 #4745 5,6 #2749 7 #2843 8 #4838 Now the following features need to be added to the system:...
  • Page 332 #2749 Ultra Magnetic Media Controller IOA #4 (slot C07) Total IOP Capability #2843 IOP (slot C12) Once the IOAs specified for the embedded IOP are installed, the Model 820 Card Enclosure will appear as shown in the following figure. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 333 PCI Card Placement Rules Model 820 M-A Bridge Bus No. Slot 1 #2843 2 #4746 3,4 #4746 Multi- 5 #4746 Adapter Bridge 6 #2749 EMBED 1 IOP Multi- 2 #9771 Adapter 3 #4748 Bridge 4 #4745 5,6 #2749 7 #2843 8 #4838 The following features still need to be added to the system: •...
  • Page 334 3. Identify the IOAs to be controlled by the selected IOP. One #4746 and one #4838 will be controlled by the #2843 (since one #4838 does not require optimum performance, it can also be controlled by this #2843). AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 335 PCI Card Placement Rules 4. Determine the capacity requirements of the selected IOAs using “Hard Rules: IOA Capabilities” on page 286. Enter the values in the form below on lines 1 through 4, one IOA per line. Remember that an IOP supports a maximum of four IOAs. The appropriate values were entered on lines 1 through 4.
  • Page 336 3 #4748 1,2 #2843 Bridge 4 #4745 7,8 #4746 5,6 #2749 5,6 #4746 Multi-Adapter Bridge 3,4 #4748 7 #2843 1,2 #9943 (Base) 8 #4838 At this point, all the selected features have been added to the system. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 339: Upgrades To As/400E Server 8Xx

    All towers attached to the existing system CEC remain untouched. Customers with AS/400e 6xx, 7xx, and Sxx servers (excluding the SB1) can upgrade to the AS/400e 8xx servers. CISC models and RISC systems prior to 6xx models cannot be upgraded to the 8xx servers.
  • Page 340: Migration Considerations

    Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx From Models 600, 620, 640, and 650 1. Perform a model upgrade. 2. Buy processor feature on the “to” 8xx server. 3. Do a feature conversion from the current processor to an interactive card on the “to” 8xx server.
  • Page 341 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx • No Model 600, 640, 650, S10, S30, S40, 730, or 740 main storage features migrate. • Some Model 620, S20, and 720 main storage features will migrate to 820 and 830 servers. Example Model 620, S20, and 720 to Model 820 Upgrade When upgrading from a Model 620, S20, or 720 to a Model 820, the following rules apply: •...
  • Page 342: Risc To Risc Data Migration (#0205)

    This specify code is used when a customer orders a new (RISC) AS/400 server to replace an existing (RISC) AS/400. The #0205 is orderable on any initial order AS/400e 270 model or 8xx model. Preloading Licensed Programs, by manufacturing, is not allowed with the #0205.
  • Page 343 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 820 2395 2396 2397 2398 F r o m Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx...
  • Page 344: Model 820 Upgrades To 820

    Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 820 2395 2396 2397 2398 F r o m Model 820 Upgrades to 820 Supported model upgrades within the 820 server series are identified here. 2395 2396 2397 2398 F r o m 1522 1523 1524 1521 1522 1523 1524 1525 1521 1522 1523 1524 1525 1526 1521 1522 1523 1524 1525 1526 1527...
  • Page 345 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx 2395 2396 2397 2398 F r o m 1522 1523 1524 1521 1522 1523 1524 1525 1521 1522 1523 1524 1525 1526 1521 1522 1523 1524 1525 1526 1527 1521 1522 1523 2397 1524 1525...
  • Page 346: Upgrades To As/400E Server 830

    Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Upgrades to AS/400e server 830 Supported upgrades to the 830 servers from 6xx, Sxx, and 7xx servers are identified here. Model 830 2400 2402 2403 F r o m AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 347 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 830 2400 2402 2403 F r o m Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx...
  • Page 348 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 830 2400 2402 2403 F r o m AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 349 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 830 2400 2402 2403 F r o m Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx...
  • Page 350: 8Xx Upgrades To 830

    Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx 8xx Upgrades to 830 Supported model upgrades within the 830 server series are identified here. Model 830 2400 2402 2403 F r o m AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 351 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 830 2400 2402 2403 F r o m Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx...
  • Page 352: Upgrades To As/400E Server 840

    Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 830 2400 2402 2403 F r o m Upgrades to AS/400e server 840 Supported upgrades to the 840 servers from 6xx, Sxx, and 7xx servers are identified here. Model 840 2418 2420 F r o m...
  • Page 353 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 840 2418 2420 F r o m 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1547 2257 2258 2259 2260 2320 1492 2321 1493 2322 1494 2256 2261...
  • Page 354 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 840 2418 2420 F r o m 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1547 1506 1507 1508 2066 1509 1510 1506 1508 1509 2067 1510 1511...
  • Page 355: Model 8Xx Upgrade To 840

    Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 840 2418 2420 F r o m 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1547 1514 1510 1511 2070 1512 1513 Model 8xx Upgrade to 840 Supported model upgrades within the 8xx server series are identified here.
  • Page 356 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 840 2418 2420 F r o m 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1547 1521 1522 1523 1524 2398 1525 1526 1527 1531 1532 1533 2400...
  • Page 357 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 840 2418 2420 F r o m 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1547 1531 1532 1533 1534 2403 1535 1536 1537 1540 1541 1542 1543...
  • Page 358: Model 270 Upgrades

    Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Model 840 2418 2420 F r o m 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1540 1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1547 1540 1541 1542 1543 2420 1544 1545 1546 1547 Model 270 Upgrades...
  • Page 359: Dedicated Server For Domino Upgrades

    Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx Dedicated Server for Domino Upgrades Dedicated Servers for Domino F r o m 2422 2423 2424 2425 2426 2427 2422 2423 2424 2425 2426 2427 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx...
  • Page 360 Upgrades to AS/400e server 8xx AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 363: Internal Magnetic Media

    8.58 GB Disk Unit G / 7 #4317 8.58 GB Disk Unit G / 7 #4318 17.54 GB Disk Unit H / 8 #4324 17.54 GB Disk Unit H / 8 1.6 Gb Read #4331 Cache Device © Copyright IBM Corp. 2000...
  • Page 364 D / 7 Unit Notes: Like lettered disks can be part of the same RAID array, and like numbered disks can mirror each other. Available as a new disk. Available via MES only. Suppor ted but not orderable. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 365: Spd Disk Units

    Internal Magnetic Media SPD Disk Units SPD internal disk support is summarized in the following table. SPD Internal Disks System and Expansion Units Supported RAID / #5057 #5055 Mirror Feature Description Bytes #5077 #5052 #5082 #5058 #5083 #1602 1.03 GB Single Disk Kit B / 5 #1603 1.96 GB Single Disk Kit...
  • Page 366: Disk Units

    This section outlines a comparison of disk storage specifications and provides disk unit descriptions. Disk Storage Specifications Comparison The following tables show the specifications of both the earlier and current IBM internal disk technologies that are supported on the AS/400 system. Avg.
  • Page 367 Internal Magnetic Media Avg. Data- Areal Read Disk Disk Average Capacity Seek Rate Density Ahead Type Diameter Latency Time (Burst) (M/inch) Cache #6713 3.5" 8589 MB 8.3ms 4.17 ms 7200 40 MB/s 1024 KB #6714 3.5" 17548 MB 8.5ms 4.17 ms 7200 40 MB/s 1253...
  • Page 368 Provides the hardware for migrating one 4.19 GB two-byte SCSI disk unit to 7xx systems. #1602 One-Byte 1.03 GB Disk Unit Conversion Kit Provides the hardware for migrating one 1.03 GB one-byte SCSI disk unit to 7xx systems, AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 369 Internal Magnetic Media #1603 One-Byte 1.96 GB Disk Unit Conversion Kit Provides the hardware for migrating one 1.96 GB one-byte SCSI disk unit to 7xx systems. #4308 Two-Byte 4.19 GB Disk Unit Ultra SCSI This feature provides 4.19 GB of disk capacity and an Ultra SCSI interface. Supported in migration towers only.
  • Page 370 #6818 Two-Byte 17.54 GB 10k RPM Disk Unit Ultra This feature provides 17.54 GB of high performance (10k RPM) disk capacity with a Ultra SCSI (LVD) interface. This disk unit is not supported on disk controllers #6502/#6512/#6530. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 371 Internal Magnetic Media #6824 17.54 GB Two-Byte Disk Unit (Ultra SCSI) Provides a 3 ½-inch single disk unit with 17.54 GB capacity for additional disk storage. #6831 1.6 Gb Read Cache Device The #6831 is a 1.6-inch high solid state disk device which provides 1.6 Gb of capacity for Large Read Cache function required by high performance disk unit controllers.
  • Page 372: Disk Protection

    The base disk unit controller in the 9406 Model 250, Model 270, and Model 820 does not support Device Parity Protection. The disk array subsystems that are supplied by IBM enhance the selection of recovery options available on the AS/400 system. This method of protection is based on the...
  • Page 373: Raid-5

    Internal Magnetic Media Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) specifications that were published by the University of California in 1987. The high-availability models with Device Parity Protection use a technique similar to RAID-5 data-redundancy technology to protect data. Throughout this documentation, RAID and RAID-5 are often referenced, and are for the most part, synonymous with Device Parity Protection.
  • Page 374: Integrated Hardware Disk Compression

    XXXX-YYY, where the XXXX identifies the CCIN number of the disk and YYY identifies the potential or actual disk protection and compression. Refer to the CCIN chapter of the AS/400e System Builder , SG24-2155, for a listing of the AS/400 CCIN numbres. The YYY identifiers are: •...
  • Page 375: Internal Tape And Cd-Rom

    Internal Magnetic Media Internal Tape and CD-ROM The following table shows which tape units are supported in the 250, 270, and 8xx systems, expansion towers, and migration towers. Internal Tape Media System and Expansion Unit Supported Fea- Size 830/ #5072/ #5074/ #5065/ #5077...
  • Page 376: Tape Units

    • All tape features #44xx and #45xx are Customer Install Features (CIF). Orders for these devices are installed by the customer. The IBM Customer Engineer (CE) can install these CIF as a billable service. Available as a new tape. Supported but not orderable.
  • Page 377 Internal Magnetic Media QIC5010 13 GB DC5010 QIC4DC 8 GB SLR5-4GB QIC4GB 4 GB SLR5-4GB QIC2DC 5 GB DC9250 QIC2GB 2.5 GB DC9250 QIC1000 1.2 GB DC9120 QIC525 525 MB DC6525 QIC525 320 MB DC6320 QIC120 120 MB DC6150 QIC24 60 MB DC6150 Indicates that the capacity can typically double when the compression option is selected.
  • Page 378: Alternate Ipl

    Important An Alternate IPL device must be attached to an IOA adapter card that is controlled by the base IOP in the system. Any other tape drive can be an Alternate Installation Device. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 379: Tape Unit Descriptions

    Internal Magnetic Media Alternate Installation Device support allows you to perform installation and recovery procedures using a combination of devices. Prior to V4R1, these types of activities could only be performed using devices attached to the first system bus. The first system bus connects to the service processor IOP.
  • Page 380 The #4582 may be used for save/restore, Alternate IPL, program distribution, migration, and ¼-inch cartridge tape exchange. Backward read/write capability to previous generations of QIC drives protects the customers investment in QIC technology. This is a CIF. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 381 Internal Magnetic Media #4583 16 GB ¼-Inch Cartridge Tape Unit The #4583 is not compatible with System/36 tape units. The #4583 can be used for save/restore, Alternate IPL, program distribution, migration, and ¼-inch cartridge tape exchange. Backward read/write capability to the previous MLR1-S (Fjord) format and backward read capability to the last three QIC (Fjeld) formats protects the customer's investment in QIC technology.
  • Page 382 QIC tape units can take up to five minutes. The #6385 Tape Unit retensions the data cartridge only when a loss of tension is detected. For typical operating conditions, this should be very infrequent. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 383 Internal Magnetic Media The #6385 may be used for save/restore, Alternate IPL, program distribution, migration, and QIC tape exchange. The #6385 provides 16 GB capacity native and 32 GB capacity compressed with a data transfer rate of 1.5 MB/s (native) and 3 MB/s (with compression) using a 1500-foot cartridge tape.
  • Page 384 #6485 Tape Unit retensions the data cartridge only when a loss of tension is detected. For typical operating conditions, this is infrequent. It may be used for save/restore, Alternate IPL, program distribution, migration, and QIC tape exchange. #6486 25 GB ¼-Inch Cartridge (QIC) The #6486 is not compatible with System/36 tape units. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 385: Cd-Rom

    CD-ROM Internal CD-ROM Drives AS/400e server code is distributed on CD-ROM media. One CD-ROM drive is required on all 270 and 8xx models and must be ordered as a separate feature on the system unit. It can also be used for Alternate IPL but not as a save/restore device for the system.
  • Page 386 Available on Models S20, 620, and 720 or #9329 PCI Integrated Expansion Unit. Prerequisite: #2726/#2740/#2741/#2748 PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller and #9728 Base PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller. Not supported in #9331 Expansion Unit for SPD Cards. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 389: Removable Storage Media Devices

    Removable Storage Media Devices Removable Storage Media Devices IBM 7207 Model 122 4 GB External QIC Tape Drive The 7207 Model 122 is a standalone QIC ¼-inch streaming linear tape drive with a capacity of 4 GB per cartridge that incorporates the most recent Single Channel Linear Recording (SLR5) QIC technology.
  • Page 390: Ibm 7208 External 8Mm Tape Drive Model 342

    Removable Storage Media Devices IBM 7208 External 8mm Tape Drive Model 342 The 7208 Model 342 is a standalone SCSI 8mm streaming tape drive with a capacity of 20 GB per cartridge. It supports the 170-meter advanced metal-evaporated (AME) data cartridge and attaches to the AS/400 system in the following ways: •...
  • Page 391: Ibm 3490E Magnetic Tape Subsystem Enhanced Capability Models

    IBM 3490E Magnetic Tape Subsystem Enhanced Capability Models F00, F01, F11, and Library Model F1A The IBM 3490E Magnetic Tape Subsystem Enhanced Capability Models F00, F01, and F11 are reduced size single-drive tabletop, desk-side, or rack-mounted versions of the 3490E family of tape drives.
  • Page 392 3490 is configured in F-mode. This also allows the random mode to be selected for the ACL and the USEOPTBLK performance parameter. The 3490E Models F00, F01, and F11 attach to all models of AS/400e servers and to traditional 9404/6 Models D, E, or F. They attach using the Tape Device Controller #6501, which can support up to two 3490E Models F00, F01, and F11.
  • Page 393: Ibm 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Model

    Removable Storage Media Devices IBM 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Model The 3494 Tape Library Dataserver is a stand-alone automated tape storage subsystem for ½-inch cartridges available for attachment to the AS/400 system. It provides an automated tape solution for automating tape operations such as save and restore, migration of data between disk and tape, and other mass data applications.
  • Page 394 3494 Tape Library Dataserver must have an RS232 Host Attachment specified to obtain the licensed code for the Media Library Device Driver (MLDD). The 3494 Tape Library Dataserver can also attach to the IBM RISC System/6000, the IBM ES/9000, Power parallel SP2, and Sun processors.
  • Page 395 Removable Storage Media Devices unit connections, a LAN adapter card is required to provide the host processor connection as shown in the following table. Available RS232 Available Tape Ports (for Direct Control Unit No. of #5228 Features Host Attach) Connections Additional Features Required None #5229...
  • Page 396: Ibm Magstar Mp 3570 Tape Cassette Subsystem

    Library. IBM Magstar MP 3570 Tape Cassette Subsystem The 3570 Tape Subsystem is based on the same technology as the IBM 3590 High Performance Tape Subsystem. It functionally expands the capability of tape to perform both write and read-intensive operations.
  • Page 397 3570 media. A second tape drive, in addition to the 3570, must be specified as a valid Alternate IPL device. The RPQ ships IBM service instructions for attaching the 3570 as an Alternate IPL device and a license to make a copy of the MULIC/FULIC tape on 3570 tape media.
  • Page 398: 3570 Cxx Models

    • Automated backup and restore or automated archive storage and retrieval are required. In addition, the IBM 3570 offers connectivity to other systems through the support of storage management offerings such as the IBM ADSTAR Distributed Storage Manager for AS/400 Version 3.1 (ADSM), IBM Backup Recovery and Media Services (BRMS), and third-party...
  • Page 399: Magstar Mp (Multipurpose) 3575 Tape Library Dataserver

    Removable Storage Media Devices Model Description No. of Drives Cassette Slots Table-Top Unit Standalone Library Standalone Library Rack-Mounted Library Rack-Mounted Library The 3570-Bxx provides fast access with a drive time to read/write data of eight seconds. The 3570-Bxx can only read/write B-format cartridges. The drive data transfer rate is 2.2M/sec (uncompressed) with up to 14M/sec compacted burst data transfer rate.
  • Page 400 Overview The IBM Magstar MP 3575 Tape Library Dataserver is a family of automated tape storage solutions designed for the growing unattended storage requirements of today's midrange systems and network servers. These compact, integrated tape storage libraries expand the capability of tape processing by optimizing both read- and write-intensive operations.
  • Page 401 Software Considerations Device drivers are available from IBM for AIX, HP-UX, NT, and Sun. Supported software for the Magstar MP 3575 tape library includes IBM ADSTAR Distributed Storage Manager for AS/400 Version 3.1 (ADSM), BRMS/400, and NetTAPE, as well as products from Cheyenne,...
  • Page 402: Ibm 3590 High Performance Tape Subsystem Models B1A And B11

    Removable Storage Media Devices IBM 3590 High Performance Tape Subsystem Models B1A and B11 The 3590 High Performance Tape Subsystem Model B11 is a rack-mountable unit using high performance ½-inch tape cartridges as the storage media. The figure above shows two 3590 Model B11s side-by-side in a 9309 rack.
  • Page 403 IMPI models only with RPQ 843945, but is not supported for Alternate IPL on 9404 Models D10 and D20. This RPQ is required because IBM software, PTFs, and MULIC/FULIC tapes will not be distributed on 3590 media. A second tape drive, in addition to the 3590, must be specified as a valid Alternate IPL device.
  • Page 404: Ibm 3590 High Performance Tape Subsystem Models E1A And E11

    The IBM 3590 Exx models have a 14 MBps device data rate, which is 50% faster than IBM 3590 Model B11/B1A Tape Drives. With compression, the 3590 drive on the AS/400 system may achieve a sustained data rate of up to 17 MBps with compression or 60 GB per hour for large files.
  • Page 405 SCSI path. The required software includes: • Device support of the IBM 3590 Model E11 and E1A Tape Drives, including support for the ACF in random mode, is provided by OS/400 V4R1 and beyond.
  • Page 406 The Magstar 3590 Model E1A Tape Drive comes without the ACF and is designed to go into the Magstar IBM 3494 Tape Library. IBM 3590 Model B11 and B1A Tape Drives (B Models) can be field upgraded to the new E Models, providing investment protection.
  • Page 407: Ibm 3995 Optical Library C-Models

    3 9 9 5 O p tic a l L ib ra ry M o d e ls C 4 0 , C 4 2 , C 4 6 , a n d C 4 8 The IBM 3995 Optical Library C-Models feature high capacity 5.2G or Extended Multifunction optical drives, known as 8X technology.
  • Page 408 • OS/400 V3R2 with 5755-AS3 #1979 and PRPQ 5799-XBW #3520 with Group PTF SF99079 for 8X Support The AS/400 integrated file system provides UNIX-type access to optical files through commands and APIs. It also provides workstation-to-AS/400 and AS/400-to-AS/400 access to optical byte-stream files. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 409 The IBM 5.2G Optical Disk Cartridges can be ordered in packs of 10 or 52 as a feature of the 3995 cartridge and are available in rewritable, worm, and CCW technology. See the announcement letter dated 01 September 1998 (198-202 in the United States) for details.
  • Page 410 Removable Storage Media Devices AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 413: Magnetic Media Controllers

    650 MB 7210-020 #2718/#2768 ½-inch Reel 2440 #2621 200 MB 918 KB/Sec 3422 #2644 200 MB 780 KB/Sec 3430 #2644 200 MB 312 KB/Sec 9347 #6112 100 MB 160 KB/Sec 9348* #2621/#6534/#2729/#2749 200 MB 781 KB/Sec © Copyright IBM Corp. 2000...
  • Page 414 Models shipped prior to 29 January 1999 and without feature #5790. Models shipped after 29 January 1999 or with feature #5790. Capacity and transfer rates vary depending on the tape drives used. Features #2729 and #6534 require OS/400 V4R1 or later. Feature #2749 requires OS/400 V4R5 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 415: Common Magnetic Media Controllers

    Magnetic Media Controllers Common Magnetic Media Controllers The AS/400 system has common magnetic media controllers for disk, tape units, optical libraries, and diskettes. The following table indicates what can be attached to each model. The following pages describe these controllers in more depth. Feature Function Migration Towers...
  • Page 416 Non streaming DASD #2748, #6501, #6530, #6502, #6512, #6532, #6533 Streaming Tape #6501, #6513, #6534, #2718 Streaming Tape IOP with 3590 Tape #6502, #6534 Streaming Tape #2621 Non streaming Optical #2621 Non streaming Optical #6534 Streaming #2810 Streaming AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 417: 2621 Removable Media Device Attachment Spd

    Magnetic Media Controllers Limitations to Combinations of High Workload IOPs (SPD Type) Subsystem High Workload IOP Bus Capacity Limitations on combinations • Maximum of five high workload IOPs per bus. • Maximum of three nonsectarian high workload IOPs per bus. •...
  • Page 418: 2624 Storage Device Controller Spd

    • 3590-B11/B1A ½-inch Cartridge Tape Subsystem • 3494-L10 ½-inch Cartridge Tape Library Control Unit Frame (one 3490E-C1A/C2A with #5040 or one or two 3490E-F1A) • 3494-L12 ½-inch Cartridge Tape Library Control Unit Frame (one or two 3590-B1A) AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 419: 6502/#6522 High Performance Controller (2M Cache) Spd

    One #6501 can support two 9337s or 2105s. The maximum number of #6501s that can attach to support the 9337s or 2105s varies by model. For details, see “IBM AS/400e server” on page 77 and “Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models” on page 701. One I/O card slot is required and must be accommodated in the System Unit or System Unit Expansion (#5072, #5073, or #5044).
  • Page 420: 6512 High Performance Controller (4M Cache) Spd

    • #1349 1.2 GB ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit Kit • #1350 2.5 GB ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit Kit • #1355 13 GB ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit Kit • #1360 7 GB 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit Kit • #1379 1.2 GB ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit Kit AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 421: 6532 Raid Disk Unit Controller (4M Cache) Ultra Scsi Spd

    Magnetic Media Controllers • #1380 2.5 GB ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit Kit • #6380 2.5 GB ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit • #6381 2.5 GB ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit • #6382 4 GB ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit • #6385 13 GB ¼-inch Cartridge Tape Unit •...
  • Page 422: 6533 Raid Disk Unit Controller (4M Cache) Ultra Scsi Compress. Spd392 #6534 Magnetic Media Controller Scsi Spd

    • 7208-222 7.0G 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit • 7208-232 Dual 5.0G 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit • 7208-234 Dual 7.0G 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit • 7208-342 20.0G 8 mm Cartridge Tape Unit • 9348-001 ½-inch Reel Tape Unit–Rack Mount AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 423: 9754 Mfiop With Raid

    Magnetic Media Controllers • 9348-002 ½-inch Reel Tape Unit–Table Top • 9427-21x 8mm Tape Library The #6534 offers improved performance over #2621 and #6501 for external tape attachment, and therefore, effectively replaces them. However, there are some devices such as the #5032 Removable Media Cluster Box, the 2440-A12 ½-inch Reel Tape Unit, and the 7208-002 2.3G 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit, that are not supported by the #6534.
  • Page 424: 2726 Pci Raid Disk Unit Controller Ultra Scsi

    • 7G 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit, #6490 The #2726 requires OS/400 V4R1 or later. It occupies one High Speed PCI card slot. It is supported on the 9406 Model 720 only. A maximum of one #2726, #2740, #2741, or #9728 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 425: 2729 Pci Magnetic Media Controller Scsi Pci

    Magnetic Media Controllers can be installed in the system unit and one #2726 or #2741 in the #5064/#9364 System Unit Expansion with #9329 Expansion Unit for PCI cards. If RAID is to be implemented or more than five disk units are required in the system unit, the #2726 should be ordered in place of #9728 Base PCI Disk Unit Controller.
  • Page 426: 2740 Pci Raid Disk Unit Controller

    The #2748 is an Ultra2 SCSI disk and tape controller with a 26 MB write-cache that provides RAID-5 protection for internal disk units. In addition to RAID, the #2748 also offers DASD compression capabilities. The #2748 IOA is shipped with compression disabled. Compression is AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 427: Pci Ultra Magnetic Media Controller

    Magnetic Media Controllers enabled by moving a jumper on the IOA. The #2748 supports Extended Adaptive Cache with restriction that compression must not be active on the same #2748 subsystem. The #2748 is designed to control Ultra2, Ultra, and Fast Wide SCSI disk units. It supports up to 15 disk units (10 if installed on a model 170), one CD-ROM, and one internal tape unit.
  • Page 428: Pci Raid Disk Unit Controller

    The #4758/#9748 is an Ultra2 SCSI disk unit controller with a 26 MB write-cache that provides RAID-5 protection for internal disk units and also supports internal tape and CD-ROM units. The #4758/#9748 supports both compression and non-compression modes. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 429: Base Pci Disk Unit Controller Ultra Scsi

    Magnetic Media Controllers The mode of operation is determined by a hardware jumper, which is in the non-compression mode position when shipped. By moving the hardware jumper, the controller will function in compression mode. In addition to providing RAID-5 protection for disks, the #4748/#9748 is also designed to work as a high-performance controller for disks protected by system mirroring or disks with no protection.
  • Page 430: Base Pci Raid Disk Unit Controller

    The #9767 is an Ultra2 SCSI disk unit and removable medial device controller. The #9767 controller supports a maximum of six disk units and two removable media. This feature also supports Hot Pluggable. Refer to the card placement rules for supported systems and valid slots. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 431: Migration Features

    Magnetic Media Controllers Migration Features The following are also supported as migration features: • #2644 34xx Magnetic Tape Attachment Adapter – Supported on Model 720 with SPD card slots, 730, and 740 – Supports parallel-attached 34xx Tape devices • #6112 Magnetic Storage Device Controller SPD –...
  • Page 432 Magnetic Media Controllers AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 435: Enterprise And Versatile Storage Servers

    IBM Seascape principles as a powerful storage server with snap-in building blocks and with universal data access. ESS builds on the rich legacy of IBM storage system solutions across the major operating system platforms. It introduces new innovations to deliver substantial, unique business advantages.
  • Page 436: Versatile Storage Server

    To provide investment protection for existing IBM 7133 Serial Disk and IBM Versatile Storage Server capacity, IBM plans for the Enterprise Storage Server to support the reuse of 7133 Model 020 and D40 drawers in the 2105 Model B09 and 100 frames in an Enterprise Storage Server configuration.
  • Page 437 536.3 GB when using the 4.5 GB Disk Units and 1099.5 GB when using the 9.1 GB Disk Units. IBM 7133 Model 10 and Model 20 are for migration only. They are withdrawn from marketing. More information about the Versatile Storage Server and 7133 Serial Storage Subsystem can be found on the Storage Systems Division home page on the Web at: http://www.storage.ibm.com/...
  • Page 438 2105 Enterprise and Versatile Storage Servers AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 441: Ibm 9309 Rack Enclosures

    (part number 93X0167) and an EPO jumper (part number 6462413). Rack power control in this case is performed manually. The following table shows which racks can upgrade when upgrading to an AS/400 9406 model or AS/400e server model. 9309/9406 Rack Description...
  • Page 442: Bus Extension Unit

    IBM 9309 Rack Enclosures #5040 Bus Extension Unit The Bus Extension Unit provides 11 additional I/O card slots to an existing I/O bus. It can attach to an existing I/O bus on 9406 Models 300 (with #5142), 310, and 320. It also supports external DASD, tape, and diskette devices.
  • Page 443 IBM 9309 Rack Enclosures #5040 Bus Extension #5042 or #5044 System Unit Expansion Rack IBM 9309 Rack Enclosures...
  • Page 444 IBM 9309 Rack Enclosures #9171, #9141, or #5043 General Purpose I/O Rack #5032 is not supported in a #9141 rack. 2440 Rack A 2440 rack supports the 2440 Tape Subsystem and can accommodate up to three DASD units (#3907 for 9336s or #3908 for 9337s). If external DASD is installed in the 2440, a wrap-around connector (part number 93X0167) and an EPO jumper (part number 6462413) are required if attaching it directly to a 9406 System Unit.
  • Page 447: Peripherals

    The enhancement produces nearly four times the throughput when all of the attached devices on a port support 5250 Express Data Stream. All of the IBM devices from the original 5251 up through the 3489 support the Express Data Stream.
  • Page 448: Ibm Network Station Series 1000

    • Areas using secure data that is best held centrally on a server rather than on individual • Green screens and old PCs are being replaced where terminal emulation is the prime IBM Network Stations comply with the U.S. EPA “Energy Star” program for energy efficient office technology.
  • Page 449 10baseT cable. The cable type is generally described as Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Category 3. All models of the IBM Network Station use an operating system program kernel, which is downloaded from the AS/400 system over a TCP/IP LAN. The kernel and other Network Station programs are loaded using the IBM Network Station manager residing on the AS/400 system.
  • Page 450: Ibm Netvista Thin Clients

    NetVista is built upon the IBM Edge of Network (EoN) initiative, which is designed to help you take advantage of e-business solutions and to simplify your hectic lifestyle with complementary tools that are easy to use.
  • Page 451 • 5250/3270 applications The IBM NetVista Zero-Footprint option is available. It allows any NetVista N2200 Thin Client to be attached to the back of an IBM T55 or F56 Flat Panel Display to reduce the amount of desktop “real estate” needed.
  • Page 452 • VGA, SVGA, and XGA video support at up to 1024 x 768 with 16-bit color • Low power usage • Three-year warranty IBM NetVista N2800 Thin Client The combination of NetVista N2800 Thin Client hardware and Network Station Manager V2R1 software gives you the versatility of a single, powerful, thin client desktop with access to a full range of applications in diverse Java, the Internet, and server-based, for example, environments.
  • Page 453 – 4 MB of video memory for high resolution and greater than 256 colors – Video resolution up to 1600 x 1200 at 85 Hz refresh rate are supported. Applications that require high resolution should be verified with your IBM or Business Partner technical marketing representative.
  • Page 454: Ibm Infowindow Ii Displays

    The InfoWindow Models II 3486, 3487, 3488, and 3489 provide a graphical user interface (GUI)-like capability. They also incorporate a variable split screen, calculator, expansion cartridge to enable future IBM product enhancements or unique customer requirements to be added to the display, and both a mouse port and printer port as standard.
  • Page 455: Ibm 7299 Entry Hub

    Advanced noise suppression and load (impedance) matching ensure 5250 device performance and reliability. The IBM 7299 Entry Hub can be upgraded to 2 Mbps, which makes it a versatile solution for connecting any twinax device to any twinax host.
  • Page 456: Ibm 7299 Express Multiplexer

    There are PTFs for V3R7 (or higher). The 5250 Express Data Stream also requires an IBM 5250 Express ISA, PCI, or PC adapter card in a supported PC. The 7299 supports dual mode operation when attached to the AS/400 workstation controllers 2722 or 6180.
  • Page 457: Ibm 5250 Express Network Kit

    The 7299 supports the 5250 Express Data Stream providing speed improvements of up to four times. The 5250 Express Data Stream also requires an IBM 5250 Express ISA, PCI, or PC adapter card in a supported PC. The 7299 supports dual mode operation when attached to the AS/400 workstation controllers 2722 or 6180.
  • Page 458: Ibm 7852 Model 400 Modem

    7299 is 610m (2,000 feet), while 7299 to device is 671m (2,200 feet). IBM 7852 Model 400 Modem The 7852 Model 400 is an externally attached data/fax modem capable of full duplex transmission speeds of up to 33.6 Kbps.
  • Page 459: Ibm As/400 Printers

    IBM representative. IBM AS/400 Printers IBM AS/400 printers are designed, built, tested, and supported as an integrated component of the AS/400 system. Printer options are scalable from desktop to production, impact to laser, and 375 characters per second to 1002 impressions per minute. The printer section is divided into three general areas: •...
  • Page 460 InfoPrint 40 40 ppm 200,000 Key features shared by these IBM InfoPrint and Network Printers include: • Connections to three systems, with automatic switching and automatic print data stream sensing, enable maximum productivity by handling AS/400, network, and client print applications concurrently.
  • Page 461: Ibm Infoprint Color 8

    This design also expands the range of media (transparencies, card stock, labels) that can be used. The IBM InfoPrint Color 8 is integrated as a PCL printer on the AS/400 system, enabling AS/400 line-of-business applications. Features include: •...
  • Page 462: Ibm Infoprint 20 Printer

    The InfoPrint 20 is a full-function IPDS printer that gives the AS/400 system complete print management capabilities with full error recovery to the page level. When the InfoPrint 20 is placed in a TCP/IP network, its true IBM IPDS delivers the same level of application function and print management as direct-attach AS/400 printers.
  • Page 463: Ibm Infoprint 21

    Peripherals IBM InfoPrint 21 The IBM InfoPrint 21 is a monochrome AS/400 laser printer designed to deliver the best in printing capabilities for both AS/400 and network environments. The focus for this new printer is on AS/400 integration and “e-output”. As with all IBM AS/400 printers, the InfoPrint 21 is designed, built, tested, and supported as an integral part of the AS/400 system.
  • Page 464: Ibm Infoprint 32 Printer

    Peripherals • Rich data stream support includes IBM AFP/IPDS, PCL 5e/6, and Postscript 3 • Flexible paper handling that combines standard input/output capacities for a network printer with special support for labels, card stock, and custom size forms • One-stop technical support from IBM Service, the experts in AS/400 printing...
  • Page 465: Ibm Infoprint 40 Printer

    The newest member of the IBM InfoPrint family of AS/400 printers, the InfoPrint 40 delivers printing speeds up to 40 pages per minute with monthly volumes up to 200,000 impressions. Output is printed at 600-by-600 dpi with edge smoothing, plus a high quality image mode that approaches 1200 dpi.
  • Page 466: Ibm Infoprint 60 And 3160 Advanced Function Printers

    These include both cut sheet and continuous form options, currently topping out at 1,002 impressions per minute (with the IBM InfoPrint 4000). All of the departmental and production printers feature the Advanced Function Common Control Unit (AFCCU), a high-performance controller using the same processor technology as the AS/400 system.
  • Page 467: Ibm Infoprint 60 Advanced Function Finisher

    IBM InfoPrint 62 Continuous Forms Printer The IBM InfoPrint 62 is a high-performance production printer with the versatility to print special forms and labels. It offers high-volume, cost-effective, continuous-forms printing while providing exceptional reliability and excellent print quality on a wide range of media types, sizes, and weights.
  • Page 468: Ibm Infoprint 3000 Advanced Function Printing System

    240 dpi or 300 dpi are automatically enhanced to either 480 dpi or 600 dpi. The IBM InfoPrint 3000 is directly attached to the AS/400 system (using EtherNet or Token-Ring) and is fully supported by Print Services Facility/400, the full-function print management subsystem of OS/400.
  • Page 469: Ibm Infoprint 4000 Advanced Function Printing Systems

    AS/400 system over a Token-Ring or Ethernet network. The key features include: • Maximum usage of up to 17.4 million impressions per month • Driven by IBM Advanced Function Common Control Unit (AFCCU), which provides high-speed processing of complex documents, full IPDS function, and comprehensive connectivity •...
  • Page 470: Color Printer

    (PSF/400) and direct color support with DDS and other AS/400 document application enablers (see printing software). The IBM InfoPrint Hi-Lite Color Printer communicates with the IBM host printer using the IBM exclusive Advanced Function Post-Processing Interface. This ensures accurate color printing in the precise location specified.
  • Page 471: Ibm Infocolor 70 Full-Color Digital Printer

    Peripherals IBM InfoColor 70 Full-Color Digital Printer The IBM 3170 Full-Color Digital Printer is a 70 impressions-per minute, high-quality color printer that provides an on-demand alternative to offset printing. It is designed for any organization that prints color brochures, personalized mailings, documentation, reports, directories, books, and newsletters now as an efficient way to print short runs and customize the text, images, and customer data on each document.
  • Page 472: Ibm 4230 Impact Matrix Printer

    One of these forms modules is supplied with the initial order, as selected by the customer. The others are available as options. Models 101 and 1S2 have 32K memory as standard and support the IBM 4214 data stream SCS (SNA Character String). Models 1I1 and 102 have 128K memory as standard and support the IBM Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS).
  • Page 473: Ibm 4232 Impact Dot Matrix Printer

    Peripherals IBM 4232 Impact Dot Matrix Printer The 4232 is a heavy-duty, unattended impact dot matrix printer, capable of printing 600 characters per second (cps). It is designed for workstation printing or shared printer applications using an ASCII datastream. The 4232 Model 302 can be used for printing data processing, office and business documents, as well as barcode labels and multipart forms.
  • Page 474: Ibm 4247 Multiform Matrix Printer

    Peripherals IBM 4247 MultiForm Matrix Printer The 4247 range of printers are desktop model impact printers. They are capable of printing up to 700 cps in its fastest data processing (DP) mode. They include two continuous paper paths and a standard manual cut-sheet input.
  • Page 475: Ibm 4400 Thermal Label Printers

    The key design elements of the AS/400 system—integration, reliability, scalability, ease of use, and designed for e-business—are reflected in the IBM 4400 Thermal Laser printers. Support for IPDS (Intelligent Printer Data Stream) means that any AFP (Advanced Function Presentation) application interface can be used.
  • Page 476: Ibm 6400 Line Matrix Printers

    (1125 lpm in data processing mode and 600 lpm in near-letter-quality mode). The new, integrated EtherNet IPDS enables the IBM 6400 to be placed in an IP network yet retain all the application function and print management control of a direct-attached AS/400 printer.
  • Page 477 EtherNet feature, or IPDS LAN attachment using the 7913 LAN attachment. This family of printers also offers standard data stream support for IBM Proprinter III XL, Epson FX 1050, Printronix P-series, Printronix P-series XQ Variant, and Printronix Serial Matrix emulations.
  • Page 478 Peripherals AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 481: Operating System/400, 5769-Ss1

    For the AS/400e servers , which include Models 270, 170, 820, 720, 830, 730, 840, 740, 600, 620, 640, 650, S10, S20, S30, S40, 250, SB1, SB3 and the Dedicated Servers for Domino, with Version 4, the system price includes OS/400 at no additional charge.
  • Page 482 This can be used when a departmental user requires support from a help desk or in conjunction with IBM Electronic Customer Support. Other assist menus, such as the Operational Assistant, help in day-to-day tasks and clean-ups.
  • Page 483 LU6.2 communications. • Connectivity OS/400 offers a wide range of communication capabilities and functions that enable the AS/400 to communicate with most IBM and non-IBM systems. The AS/400 system supports the following protocols and networks: – ISDN Data Link Control (IDLC) –...
  • Page 484 – SNA Pass-through – IBM Network Routing Facility (NRF) Support/400 – Autodial Support – 3270 Device Emulation – 3270 SNA API Support for IBM 3278 Model 3, 4, and 5 – ISDN Support – 5394/5494 SNA Backbone Support – File Transfer Support –...
  • Page 485 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 TCP/IP, as part of the OS/400, supports: – Packet Internet Groper (PING) – Network Status (NETSTAT) – Sockets API – Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) NETSTAT , the network status function on the AS/400 system, provides information about the status of TCP/IP network interfaces, routes, and connections on a local AS/400 system.
  • Page 486 – 5769-AC3** Cryptographic Access Provider 128-bit for AS/400 – 5769-CE1 Client Encryption 40-bit for AS/400 – 5769-CE2 Client Encryption 56-bit* – 5769-CE3 Client Encryption 128-bit * Approved for export by U.S government ** Available in the USA and Canada only AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 487 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 – TCP/IP support • Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) synchronous and asynchronous communication connections spanning low to high bandwidth connections to the World Wide Web • Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) asynchronous communication connections allows inexpensive, limited bandwidth access to the World Wide Web •...
  • Page 488 The TLS protocol, as defined in RFC 2246, is an evolutionary upgrade of the SSL Version 3.0 protocol. OS/400 V4R1 and later supports SSL Version 3.0 and previous SSL protocol versions. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 489 AS/400 directory. • OS/400 applications can be developed to use LDAP for managing distributed information across the Internet and intranets using LDAP directories for both IBM and non-IBM platforms. AS/400 user information, such as e-mail addresses, is accessible to mail clients and other LDAP applications.
  • Page 490: Virtual Private Networks

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 – SecureWay directory schemas support the IBM standard object classes and attributes to enable your LDAP directory for applications using the IBM schema. – Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL) is supported and is a method for adding authentication support to connection-based protocols.
  • Page 491: Homologation

    Base PCI Two-Line WAN with Modem Euro Currency IBM considers an IBM product to be EuroReady if the product, when used in accordance with its associated documentation, is capable of correctly processing monetary data in the euro denomination and of respecting the euro currency formatting conventions (including the euro sign).
  • Page 492: System Management Facilities

    AS/400, refer to the following Web site: http://www.as400.ibm.com/euro All current IBM AS/400 printers and many withdrawn IBM AS/400 printers have been enhanced to support the euro currency symbol. Updates to external display, print, and client functions may need to be obtained from other vendors.
  • Page 493 HSM applications. The APIs are documented in AS/400 Hierarchical Storage Management , SC41-4450. Refer to the following Web site for more information on BRMS and HSM: http://www.as400.ibm.com/hsmcomp • Internet PTFs AS/400 customers can download PTFs over the Internet. The client hardware needed is a PC with Windows 95 or Windows NT, a TCP connection to the AS/400 system over a LAN, and access to the Internet.
  • Page 494 The maximum save rate for large objects is no longer limited to the maximum throughput capabilities of a single tape device. By using multiple tapes in parallel (from 2 to 32), the maximum throughput can be increased and time-to-save and time-to-restore is reduced, especially for very large objects. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 495: Nonchargeable Features Of Os/400

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 – Concurrent maintenance of I/O cards, power, expansion towers, and other components is supported to reduce down time due to the failure of components in the system. For example, regarding concurrent maintenance of expansion towers, Hardware Service Manager screens automatically correlate with an I/O card selected for an MES or repair action to the expansion tower where the I/O card exists.
  • Page 496: As/400 Operations Navigator

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 To learn about other functions in Client Access Express for Windows, see “IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products” on page 559. Operations Console is further described in “AS/400 Operations Console” on page 619. AS/400 Operations Navigator Operations Navigator is the strategic platform for providing a graphical interface to systems administration functions.
  • Page 497 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 • Security wizard: Generates an administrator and user report. The administrator report shows recommended settings and how those settings affect the behavior of the system. The user report contains the information the users need to know about the system, such as password composition rules.
  • Page 498 Performing disk maintenance, such as adding and replacing disk units, has been simplified since Operations Navigator provides wizards to do these tasks. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 499: Management Central

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 • Working with the AS/400 database A number of enhancements have been added to Operations Navigator for database programmers and administrators: – Visual Explain is a new function that provides a pictorial view of query optimization, and allows users to easily get information for improving query performance. –...
  • Page 500 Windows 9x operating systems. The console and control panel applications can be used together or separately. Each requires its own direct cable attachment. The cables are purchased separately and are unique to the AS/400 system being used. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 501 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 The AS/400e 270 and 8xx servers use a parallel interface, Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP), to connect the Remote Control Panel. The PC used must have an EPP-capable port. Operations Navigator can be enabled from the Operations Console. These enhancements include: –...
  • Page 502: Client Access Products

    This 32-bit Windows client is designed to take advantage of the latest technologies in the AS/400 system and Microsoft operating systems. Client Access Express uses the built-in functions of the Windows desktop to enable users to quickly and easily connect to AS/400 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 503 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 systems, and also utilizes recent AS/400 advancements such as NetServer to provide PC users network print and file serving capabilities. Some highlights of the Express client content are: • Runs on PCs having Microsoft Windows 2000, NT 4.0 (Workstation or Server), 98, 95, and Terminal Server Edition (TSE) operating systems installed.
  • Page 504 It also uses AS/400 Server Authentication to assure connection to the intended AS/400 system, therefore diminishing the risk of unauthorized access in an Internet environment. SSL encrypts the user ID and password, plus any other information sent between the AS/400 system and the desktop. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 505 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 The Express client offers the flexibility to choose what is encrypted. For example, you may want to encrypt data transmitted with Data Transfer, but find it unnecessary to encrypt data sent to your PC printer with PC5250 printer emulation. SSL requires being connected to OS/400 V4R4 or later.
  • Page 506 AS/400 database or to quickly store PC file data in the AS/400 database. Up to 32 AS/400 files can be selected and data transferred with one request to a desktop display, PC printer, PC file, HTML file, or AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 507 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 directly into an Excel spreadsheet. Specified records or fields of records can also be selected and transferred. Wizards are provided so users can create, modify, and run transfer requests, then save them for later use. Batch transfers are also supported (via the RTOPCB and RFROMPCB commands).
  • Page 508 “roams” with the user. Administrators can: – Identify which Operations Navigator functions can be used – See which first-level and most second-level folders can be accessed – Control the use of other applications registered to Operations Navigator AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 509: As/400 Administration And Operations

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 – Restrict or control the usage of PC5250, Data Transfer, ODBC, OLE DB, and Remote Command functions similar to what is provided via System Policies – Control access to third-party plug-ins through Application Administration Each time a PC user connects to an AS/400 system, Application Administration checks the AS/400 user profile to determine what Client Access functions can be used.
  • Page 510: Operations Console

    PC-to-AS/400 programming. A variety of key enablers is provided for accessing AS/400 resources, such as: – AS/400 ODBC Driver (Version 2.5): An industry-standard database access interface for Windows users provides SQL access to AS/400 database information. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 511 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 – AS/400 OLE DB Provider: OLE DB is part of Microsoft's universal data access standard for 32-bit Windows users. OLE DB is defined as a multi-platform access method for relational and non-relational data. Client Access provides an OLE DB provider (driver) so any client/server application written to this interface can be used to access AS/400 resources.
  • Page 512: Enhancements For Client Access Express For Windows In V4R5M0

    • When starting a Telnet 5250 session, the PC code page and character set were ignored when creating the device description for the emulation session, and the AS/400 primary language settings were used. PC5250 uses the PC code page and AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 513 OS/400 signon password is encrypted over TCP/IP if PC5250 is configured to use the “Bypass Signon”. IBM SecureWay Screen Customizer for Host Integration (with CSD 1.0.2) can be used with Client Access Express PC5250. SecureWay Screen Customizer is a separately orderable Licensed Program Product that automatically converts PC5250 host screens into an easy-to-use graphical presentation.
  • Page 514: Summary

    (Workstation or Server), 98, and 95 operating systems. PC memory requirements vary depending on the workstation operating system, the amount of memory available on the PC, and the number of other Windows applications being used. Some guidelines for determining memory requirements are listed in the following table. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 515: As/400 Client Access For Windows 95/Nt (5763-Xd1)

    Client Access family in June 1996. Enhanced releases of this client were made available in November 1996, February 1997, February 1998, and September 1998. On 07 March 2000, IBM announced that the Client Access Family for Windows (product number 5769-XW1) plans to remove the AS/400 Client Access for Windows 95/NT client (5763-XD1) and the AS/400 Client Access Enhanced for Windows 3.1...
  • Page 516: As/400 Client Access Enhanced For Windows 3.1 (5763-Xk1)

    Client Access Family for Windows product in the release following OS/400 V4R5. Therefore, customers should start formulating plans to migrate to the strategic 32-bit Express client within the next two years. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 517 Windows 3.1 Client Function Client 5763-XK1 5763-XC1 Emulation PC5250 V4.1+ RUMBA/400 PC5250 V4.0 Database Query File transfer Communications: IBM Router IBM Router TCP/IP Native TCP/IP, AnyNet AnyNet Hayes Autosync Autostart connections Set up Multiple configurations Run Multiple configuration connections* Installation/Administration Silent install...
  • Page 518: As/400 Integration With Windows Nt Server (Version 4.0) (#2692)

    Netfinity Servers and the AS/400 system. Multiple applications can access a CD. Tape backup utilities written for Windows NT can back up data to the AS/400 tape drive. Both Windows NT Backup and Seagate Backup Exec Version 6.11 have been tested. Other AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 519: Integrated Services For The Fsiop (#2644)

    Windows NT are being tested. For the latest information on product testing, visit: http://www.as400.ibm.com/nt AS/400 Integration with Windows NT Server provides simplified user administration of a combined network environment. Network operators can create both AS/400 and Windows NT user profiles in a single step.
  • Page 520: Application Development

    • Runtime support is provided for languages such as ILE RPG/400, ILE COBOL/400, ILE C for OS/400, AS/400 PL/1, AS/400 Pascal, and AS/400 Basic. • Pthread APIs allow IBM Business Partners or AS/400 application developers to take advantage of new system support for kernel threads. With APIs based on industry-standard POSIX APIs, the task of creating or porting applications becomes faster and more cost effective.
  • Page 521: Year 2000 Support

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 Refer to “IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products” on page 641 for more information on products available for application development. Year 2000 Support The Year 2000 problem exists because the practice of using only two digits in system and application programs yields incorrect results on arithmetic operations, comparisons, or the sorting of date fields for years outside the range 1900 to 1999.
  • Page 522 – Screen copy image allows the image on one screen to be sent through a network of AS/400 systems to another screen. – Programs developed under Cross System Product/Application Development (CSP/AD) on an IBM S/390 can be run under CSP/Application Execution (CSP/AE) on an AS/400 system. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 523: Integrated File System

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 – Operations management functions can be performed using remote commands and display station passthrough (within OS/400) for AS/400 controlled networks and Host Command Facility (on S/370) to Distributed Host Command Facility (on an AS/400 system within OS/400) on S/370-controlled networks. Database Journaling enhancements in V4R5 Database journaling is enhanced at V4R5 in several key areas: •...
  • Page 524 This file system provides access to other file systems that reside on remote AS/400 systems. • QLANSrv OS/2 Warp Server for AS/400 file system. This file system provides access to the same directories and files that are accessible through the OS/2 Warp Server for AS/400 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 525 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 licensed program. It allows users of the OS/2 Warp Server for AS/400 applications to use the same data as OS/2 Warp Server for AS/400 clients. • QNetWare The QNetWare file system. This file system provides access to local or remote data and objects that are stored on a server that runs Novell NetWare 4.10 or 4.11 or to standalone PC Servers running Novell NetWare 3.12, 4.10, 4.11, or 5.0.
  • Page 526: Integrated File System Enhancements

    – NFS Version 3 support : Support is added to the NFS client and server for large file access. – Stream file capability : Stream files in the integrated file system can be edited through the 5250 interface (using the new EDTSTMF command) and through Operations Navigator. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 527: Improved Options And Application Products For V4R5

    • System drive installation. The Windows server installation is enhanced to enable the system disk to reside on the C drive. • Shared LAN adapter support not available. For the AS/400e 8xx, 270, SB2, and SB3 servers, LAN adapters cannot be shared between AS/400 and Windows servers on the Integrated Netfinity Servers on the AS/400 system.
  • Page 528 The faster processor and increased memory capacity provides increased performance and capacity for Windows applications. This version of the Integrate Netfinity Server is supported on the AS/400e 8xx, 270, SB2, and SB3 servers. DB2 UDB for AS/400 DB2 UDB for AS/400 adds Java to the list of languages that stored procedures can be written in.
  • Page 529: As/400 Logical Partitioning

    Logical partitioning (LPAR) lets you run multiple independent OS/400 instances or partitions (each with its own processors, memory, and disks) in an N-way symmetric multiprocessing AS/400e, Model 6xx, Sxx, and 7xx. You can address multiple system requirements in a single machine to achieve server consolidation, business unit consolidation, mixed production and test environments, and integrated clusters.
  • Page 530: Integration With Windows Nt Server

    LPAR allows for the simultaneous running of multiple independent servers — each with its own processors, memory, and disk — within a single symmetric multiprocessing AS/400e. This capability was first introduced in V4R4 and is enhanced with V4R5 to include: •...
  • Page 531: Ez-Setup

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 • Client storage spaces in user auxiliary storage pools You can use a different auxiliary storage pool (ASP) and assign Integrated Netfinity Server drives to it. Users gain greater control of their DASD, restricting which AS/400 system drives handle Windows NT Integrated PC Server operations. •...
  • Page 532: Continuous Availability Clustering

    Next Step is used after the EZ-Setup Wizard or Guided Setup has completed. Continuous Availability Clustering Prior to V4R4, the AS/400e system offered multi-system coupling that provided peer or tiered node clusters, constructed by ISVs using distributed data management and journaling. The customer separately managed the systems in the cluster.
  • Page 533 IFS stream file changes into journals. Data resiliency applications can use this function to provide enhanced support for this class of objects. IBM has worked closely with the high availability business partners to provide easy-to-use cluster management applications. DataMirror, Lakeview Technology, and Vision Solutions intend to announce their own initiatives for products that take advantage of the cluster resource services and integrated file system stream file support.
  • Page 534: Ibm Http Server For As/400

    • A new Domino plug-in is provided that allows the HTTP server to access documents stored in Notes. • Platform for Internet Content Selection (PICS) support is added to the integrated IBM HTTP server. The PICS specification enables labels (metadata) to be associated with Internet content.
  • Page 535: Digital Certificate Manager With Ssl

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 code signing and privacy. The PICS platform is one on which many rating services and filtering software have been built. • Web Server Search engine is integrated in the AS/400 HTTP Server. This search engine is NLS enabled and includes DBCS languages. It is very easy to use and separate from NetQuestion.
  • Page 536: Lotus Domino Currency, Extensions, And Applications

    Web sites, known as WebSphere, is a feature of OS/400 with V4R4. WebSphere Application Server for AS/400, previously included with IBM HTTP Server for AS/400, is the IBM premiere Web application server. It provides a framework for consistent, architected linkage between the HTTP requests and the business data and logic. IBM...
  • Page 537 Web pages to real line-of-business data. • Application services for session and state management. • The IBM WebSphere Performance Pack is a set of services that runs on one server and provides load balancing services for multiple other servers. It also consists of caching services and Web site replication services.
  • Page 538: Java For As/400

    • Direct program calls to AS/400 ILE programs use input and output parameters. • You can access Java applications or generate Java applets from Net.Data. • Macros are parsed only once and the results are saved for subsequent requests for that macro. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 539: Threadsafe Functions And Facilities

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 • New trace and logging support makes it easy to find errors in your macro. • New built-in functions make it a snap to use Net.Data to send e-mail, generate browser cookies, and manipulate Net.Data tables. Threadsafe Functions and Facilities Multi-threaded programming support continues to be enhanced in V4R4.
  • Page 540: Scalable Tcp/Ip

    • Options to create new database files using the system or user default CCSID. • Ability to transfer files larger than 2 GB in all file systems that support these file sizes. • Ability to transfer database files containing null field data. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 541: Tcp/Ip Protocol Stack

    The implementation of these RFCs improves TCP/IP performance in many environments. Chargeable Features of OS/400 IBM Print Services Facility for AS/400 (PSF/400) (#2691) Print Services Facility for AS/400 (PSF/400), a feature of OS/400, provides support for high-function Advanced Function Presentation (AFP), electronic printing and Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS) print management.
  • Page 542 Applying IPDS to a TCP/IP network restores the same level of print support (as described above) as twinax-connected printers. This includes sending standard SCS spooled files across the network. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 543: Db2 Multisystem For As/400 (#2699)

    • New finishing options enable inline document finishing, including stapling, stitching, inserting, and z-folding operations • Support for all new IBM AS/400 printers (InfoPrint 60 with Finisher, 6400 Series, InfoPrint 3000, InfoPrint 32) DB2 Multisystem for AS/400 (#2699) Allows multiple AS/400 systems to be connected so the processing power and storage capacity of all the systems can be used.
  • Page 544 AS/400 PASE exploits the AS/400 processor’s capability to switch between OS/400 and AIX runtime modes within an OS/400 job. This allows applications deployed using AS/400 PASE to run directly on AS/400e hardware and take full advantage of OS/400 services such as file systems, security, and DB2 Universal Database for AS/400.
  • Page 545: Media And Storage Extensions (#2619)

    The API also enables fast search for IBM 3480, 3490, 3490E, and 3575 tape drives. An API is also provided to handle the interruption that occurs when an application tries to open a database file that has been migrated to off-line media.
  • Page 546: Opticonnect For As/400 (#2642)

    • 5769-PM1 Performance Management/400 (#2556) • 5769-SA3 Integration for Novell NetWare (#2645) • 5769-TC1 IBM TCP/IP Connectivity Utility (#2529) The feature quoted is the code that must appear on the 5755-AS5 software programs order for these programs to be shipped.
  • Page 547 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 • Database using JDBC driver. • Database using Record-Level file access using the interface of the classes. • Integrated file system. • Programs: Any AS/400 program can be called, parameters are passed to the AS/400 program, and data is returned to the Java program. •...
  • Page 548 – Access to AS/400 message files. – Access to AS/400 data areas. – Access to AS/400 system values (both low level and GUI classes). – Access to AS/400 authority on an object (both low level and GUI classes). AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 549: As/400 Developer Kit For Java, 5769-Ss1, 5769-Jv1

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 – Improved access to information about jobs running on the AS/400 system. – Improved access to information on users on the AS/400 system. – Access to AS/400 system status. • Improved security The Toolbox supports the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) specification. Data flowing between the workstation and an AS/400 system running OS/400 V4R4 can run across an SSL connection providing data encryption and server authentication.
  • Page 550 This updated version of AS/400 Developer Kit for Java includes additional performance improvements, including IBMs 3.5 JIT. For additional Java support information, including service requirements, refer to the online publication AS/400 Developer Kit for Java at: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/pubs/html/as400/infocenter.htm AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 551: Ibm Visualage For Java

    • IBM AS/400 Toolbox for Java classes available inside VisualAge for Java IDE. All of the IBM AS/400 Toolbox for Java classes are loaded into the VisualAge for Java IDE at installation time. Therefore, you can use them inside the workbench, as well as in the Visual Composition Editor, without downloading.
  • Page 552: Integration For Novell Netware, 5769-Sa3

    PM/400 activated. The activation causes summary performance data to be collected that is transmitted using the ECS line to an IBM service center. The customer then receives easily understood capacity and performance reports and graphs to assist in running their AS/400 system and to plan for future growth.
  • Page 553: Tcp/Ip Connectivity Utilities For As/400, 5769-Tc1

    TCP/IP is fundamental to the new network computing paradigm. Much of the new AS/400 e-business infrastructure runs exclusively on TCP/IP including Lotus Domino, Java, Web serving, and IBM Network Stations. The AS/400 system has excellent TCP/IP support built into its operating system. Recent AS/400 TCP/IP enhancements make the AS/400 system an even more powerful e-business server.
  • Page 554: Software Migration And Upgrade Paths

    SLIC and the basic functions of OS/400. This allows the remaining libraries to be migrated from the existing system to the new system. Refer to the following section to identify the supported upgrade paths for RISC systems. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 555: Supported Upgrade Paths

    Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 Supported Upgrade Paths Software upgrade paths supported on the AS/400 operating system are outlined in the following table. This table also indicates which target release can be specified when compiling or saving objects on a given OS/400 system. V3R05 V3R1 V3R2...
  • Page 556: Os/400 Version 4 Change Of Terms And Conditions

    OS/400 license authorization code supplied by IBM. The OS/400 License Authorization Code is preloaded by IBM on new AS/400 system purchases. In the case of a hardware upgrade to a Version 4 system or a software-only upgrade to OS/400 Version 4, the OS/400 License Authorization Code provided by IBM must be entered at the time of installation.
  • Page 557: Software Keys And Guidance For Lpar System Upgrades

    70-day evaluation period for any of the provided products or features. To use the software distributed on the keyed stamped media after the 70-day evaluation period, a Software License Key must be ordered. Contact your IBM representative or IBM Business Partner for ordering information.
  • Page 558 If a Keyed Stamped Media product or feature is to be upgraded, the current Software License Key Sheet for the product must be provided to your IBM representative or IBM Business Partner as proof of license. The products shipped on the Keyed Stamped Media for V4R5 are: •...
  • Page 559: Changes In Accessing As/400 Softcopy Information

    • http://www.as400.ibm.com/infocenter • http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/pubs/html/as400/infocenter.htm – Use the IBM online library readers on your PC workstation to read the AS/400 Softcopy Library CD-ROM. The IBM online library readers are provided on the CD-ROM. The readme.txt file on the CD-ROM contains information to help you install and use the readers.
  • Page 560 Operating System/400, 5769-SS1 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 563: Ibm Licensed Programs: Database Products

    The main purpose of Cryptographic Support for AS/400 is to provide a means to protect information that is moved outside the perimeter of the protection already provided by the IBM AS/400 system and your physical security measures. Additionally, Cryptographic Support for AS/400 can be used to add a level of protection to sensitive data stored within your AS/400 system's protected environment.
  • Page 564 The captured changes are placed in staging tables. IBM DataPropagator Relational Capture for AS/400 supports the Remote Journal Function, which is available with OS/400 V4R2 and later. This function can significantly reduce the CPU and DASD consumption on the primary production system, by making it possible to off load the data capturing process to a different system.
  • Page 565 The stored procedures use the SQL CALL statement, newly supported by IBM Replication, without parameters. The run-time procedures are executed together in a single unit-of-work.
  • Page 566: V7.1 Enhancements

    IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products Data can be a subset for distribution through column and row specifications, replicating only the data needed. Unique to DataPropagator Relational is the ability to subselect for joins and unions, allowing a subset according to a value not in the table being replicated. This can be a key requirement when replicating to mobile laptops from normalized databases where most values are not redundantly stored.
  • Page 567 IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products Replicating DATALINK Values Accessing large files (such as multimedia data) over a remote network can be inefficient and costly. If these files do not change, or change infrequently, faster access to the files and reduced network traffic can be provided by replicating these files to remote sites. DB2 Universal Database provides a DATALINK data type that allows the database to control access, integrity, and recovery for these kinds of files.
  • Page 568: Ibm Query For As/400 V4R3, 5769-Qu1

    Query for AS/400 supports two expression operators in the Define Result Field function. These contain similar function for character and graphic data as the SQL Development Kit. IBM DB2 Query Manager and SQL Development Kit for AS/400 V4R4, 5769-ST1 The DB2 Query Manager and SQL Development Kit for AS/400 provides an interactive query and report writing interface.
  • Page 569: Ibm Db2 Intelligent Miner For Data For As/400 V6R1, 5733-Im1

    Full syntax prompting is available to assist in defining SQL statements. IBM DB2 Intelligent Miner for Data for AS/400 V6R1, 5733-IM1 IBM DB2 Intelligent Miner for Data for AS/400 enables knowledge workers to identify and extract high-value business intelligence from large amounts of enterprise data. Version 6 Release 1 (V6R1) offers new analysis and data exploration options to enhance core data mining capability, while making critical data more accessible to those who need it most.
  • Page 570: V6R1 Highlights

    DB2 Intelligent Miner for Data for AS/400 is based on a client/server architecture and mines data directly from DB2 as well as from other data sources using DB2 DataJoiner (see “IBM DB2 DataJoiner Version 2.1.1, 5801-AAR Feature 3049” on page 544). Data and metadata can be exchanged with warehouses and business intelligence tools and applications.
  • Page 571: Ibm Db2 Olap Server For As/400 Version 1.1, 5641-Olp

    – 32-bit Lotus 1-2-3 and Microsoft Excel support – 32-bit Application Manager DB2 OLAP Server for AS/400 is a strategic member of the IBM Business Intelligence family. It integrates the powerful online analytical processing (OLAP) engine and the application IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products...
  • Page 572 IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products programming interfaces of Hyperion Essbase with the IBM DB2 family of relational databases. DB2 OLAP Server features the same functional capabilities and interfaces as ShowCase Essbase/400 Version 3.0 including: • Multi-user read and write access •...
  • Page 573: Db2 Olap Server For As/400 Products

    • SQL Interface: Provides direct access to more than 20 PC and SQL relational databases (DB2, Oracle, Sybase, Informix, and Microsoft SQL Server) and many leading middleware packages such as the IBM and MDI gateways. The SQL Interface moves data and business structures from diverse sources into the DB2 OLAP Server for AS/400 for access and analysis.
  • Page 574: Ibm Db2 Datajoiner Version 2.1.1, 5801-Aar Feature 3049

    AS/400 system, including DB2 Universal Database running on OS/390, AIX, and Windows NT. IBM DB2 DataJoiner Version 2.1.1, 5801-AAR Feature 3049 DB2 Spatial Extender Version 2.1.1, 5801-AAR Feature 2716 DB2 DataJoiner Version 2.1.1 allows access to and the joining of data from different data sources with a single Structured Query Language (SQL) statement and a single interface.
  • Page 575 60-day trail period. To permanently install and use this feature, purchase the DB2 Spatial Extender License Pack (31L1137). This DB2 Spatial Extender was jointly developed by IBM and Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI), a leading GIS company. IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products...
  • Page 576 IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products Many users of RDBMSs are moving toward nontraditional, object applications, requiring support for a wider variety of real-world data. Examples include more effective handling of text, voice, and image data within RDBMSs. This trend has been accelerated by client/server tools and fourth-generation languages (4GLs) with powerful user interfaces for nontraditional data.
  • Page 577 IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products These functions can operate over all global database types, including LOBs and UDTs. UDFs allow queries to contain powerful computation and search predicates to filter irrelevant data close to the source of the data. The global SQL optimizer treats global UDFs exactly like built-in functions, such as SUBSTR and LENGTH.
  • Page 578 APPLY components for the DB2 Family as well as DataPropagator Non-Relational for IMS. IBM's replication offers transaction consistency, condensing of hot spot updates to minimize network traffic, change propagation through DB2 views (including join views), and update anywhere replication between DB2 databases with transaction conflict detection and automatic compensation.
  • Page 579 IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products A lightweight, update-anywhere capability with row conflict detection, designed for the Microsoft Office environment, lets Microsoft Jet and Microsoft Access desktop database applications interoperate with corporate applications through database replication with DB2, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Informix, Sybase, and Sybase SQL Anwhere. Microsoft Jet is supported for heterogeneous replication only.
  • Page 580 • Extensive Tool and Application Support: DataJoiner is designed to support the 1000+ IBM and non-IBM query tools and application development tools that presently support the IBM DB2 family. A complete list of these products is provided in the IBM DB2 solutions directory. These tools include Decision Support tools like Microsoft Access, Crystal Reports, and Lotus Approach.
  • Page 581: Query Management Facility (Qmf) For Windows For As/400 Version 7, 5697-G24

    Domino GO Webserver is a scalable high-performance Web server that runs on a broad range of platforms. Domino GO Webserver provides all the features and functions found in the IBM Internet Connection Secure Server product, plus more! It includes state-of-the-art security, site indexing capabilities, and advanced server statistics reporting.
  • Page 582 IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products productivity. Building upon the fifteen-plus year history of the QMF family's development in parallel with DB2, QMF for Windows allows you to bring the same standards of performance, security, and reliability to Windows and the Web that you might have traditionally expected only from entirely host-based technologies.
  • Page 583 IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products • Access information about queries, such as remarks and tracking • Use the QMF for Windows interface or your favorite application interface • Integrate with Excel, Visual Basic, Powerbuilder (all OLE 2.0 compliant applications) using simple application macros or developer environments such as Visual Age for Basic...
  • Page 584 IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products Enterprise benefits: QMF for Windows is built for the networked enterprise with the understanding of the need to connect and protect your data sources. QMF for Windows is a unique Windows querying tool, providing: • Top performance •...
  • Page 585 • The most commonly used attributes of form components, now grouped together on a new form dialog for ease of use. • Custom edit codes can be added to QMF (requires 32-bit QMF for Windows and IBM Object REXX). A sample user edit code routine is supplied that formats U.S. social security numbers, telephone numbers, and ZIP codes.
  • Page 586 IBM Licensed Programs: Database Products Note: QMF for Windows has been orderable on other DB2 platforms for several years. The current release of QMF for Windows across platforms is Version 6.1 Refresh. QMF for Windows access to DB2 for AS/400 was initially available in June 1999, via a S/390 license.
  • Page 589: Ibm Licensed Programs: Networking Products

    The configuration and administration of IBM Network Stations are Web browser-based, so that a central site administrator can configure and manage all IBM Network Stations. A client data and program repository is maintained on the AS/400 system. The AS/400 file system supports all data management and storage through normal server mechanisms.
  • Page 590: Network Station Manager Version 2 Release 1 Enhancements

    Intel server. However, the monitor, keyboard, and mouse functions are redirected across the network to an IBM Network Station. Users can access the entire suite of Windows personal productivity applications and eliminate the demand for occasional users to install Windows-based clients at their desktop.
  • Page 591 • Touch screen support • Light pen support IBM Network Station Manager V2R1 is supported on Series 300 (except 8361-341), 1000, 2200, and 2800. Network Station Series 300 requires 48 MB RAM for strong encryption and 64 MB RAM for limited Netscape Navigator 4.5 in conjunction with ICA support. If native JVM support is required on the Series 300, Network Station Manager V3, 5648-C05, must be used.
  • Page 592: Navio Nc Navigator For Ibm Network Station V1.0, 5648-B10 And 5648-B20

    Stations from a single server. Navio NC Navigator for IBM Network Station V1.0, 5648-B10 and 5648-B20 NC Navigator for IBM Network Station (5648-B10) with 40-bit encryption is a fully compatible subset of the popular Netscape Navigator 3.0 browser. The currently available Navio NC Navigator (5648-B10) product does not run on Release 3 or later of the Network Station.
  • Page 593: Cryptographic Access Provider 40-Bit For As/400 V4R3, 5769-Ac1

    IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products • Localized versions in French, German, Japanese, and other languages (in addition to English) • Ability to invoke the 3270 emulator and Telnet applications from the browser. Cryptographic Access Provider 40-bit for AS/400 V4R3, 5769-AC1...
  • Page 594: Client Encryption 40-Bit V4R4, 5769-Ce1

    United States Government. Note: The Java portion of the 5769-CE2 56-bit product supports 40-bit encryption only. IBM Corepoint Telephony Version 6 Release 2, 5648-C69 Corepoint Telephony replaces and integrates the Callpath Server for AS/400 (5769-CP4) to provide a comprehensive Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) solution.
  • Page 595: Ibm Point-Of-Sale Communications Utility For As/400 V4R3, 5769-Cf1

    Personal Computer running OS/2 or Windows NT, or on an RS/6000 running AIX. The Corepoint Telephony Base Option for AS/400 program is based on the IBM Corepoint Telephony Services Base Architecture (CSA). CSA provides an API that defines a set of platform-independent services.
  • Page 596: Ibm Communications Utilities For As/400 V4R4, 5769-Cm1

    System/370 host system (VM PROFS and RSCS) using the BSC protocol or SNA over SDLC lines, over an X.25 network, or over an IBM Token-Ring Network. The SDLC and X.25 lines can connect through an X.21 interface. This support also includes direct connection to VM/RSCS or MVS using JES2 or JES3.
  • Page 597: Sion 4 Release 3, 5769-Dc1

    The RJE portion of the Communications Utilities for AS/400 allows the AS/400 system to function as an RJE workstation for the submission of jobs or receipt of output from a host IBM 308x, 3090, 937x, or 43xx using BSC, SNA over SDLC lines, over an X.25 network, or over IBM Token-Ring Network.
  • Page 598: Ibm Firewall For As/400 V4R4, 5769-Fw1

    • It keeps unauthorized users who are outside the internal network from using resources on the network. IBM Firewall for AS/400 enables an Integrated Netfinity Server to function as a firewall on OS/400 V4 systems. This application-proxy-based firewall, enables the Web server and other functions on the main AS/400 processor to be used safely.
  • Page 599 Several logging facilities are available with the Firewall. Also included is the capability to export the log files to database tables for analysis using SQL queries. For more information on the IBM Firewall for AS/400, access the firewall home page at: http://www.as400.ibm.com/firewall...
  • Page 600: Ibm Payment Server For As/400 V2.1, 5733-Py1

    Internet. Payment products are designed to implement the Secure Electronic Transaction (SET) Version 1.0 protocol. The IBM Payment Server for AS/400, Version 1.2 program, is the product within the suite providing the merchant’s electronic cash register for Internet purchases. It provides functions similar to the physical cash register in traditional stores.
  • Page 601: Business Integration With The Mqseries Family

    IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products • MQSeries Integrator: Centralizes and applies the rules for transformation and routing of application messaging contents as transmitted by MQSeries (5801-AAR, Feature #6002) • MQSeries Workflow: Enables the capture, visualization, and automation business processes using predefined workflow modules (5801-AAR, #3604)
  • Page 602: The Basics Of Mqseries

    • AS/400 Developers Kit for Java Application Programs and Messaging The IBM MQSeries range of products provides application programming services that enable application programs to communicate with each other using messages and queues. This form of communication is referred to as commercial messaging . It provides assured, one-time-only delivery of messages.
  • Page 603: Version 5.1 Enhancements

    Supported Platforms MQSeries/400 supports a message exchange with other users of the MQSeries on over 35 IBM and non-IBM platforms. A complete list of supported platforms can be found on the Web http://www.ibm.com/software/mqseries/platforms Client software provides a remote interface to a MQSeries server. There is no MQSeries client of AS/400 currently available.
  • Page 604: Ibm Mqseries Integrator For As/400 And Db2 Version 1.1, 5801-Aar, Feature

    A valid Software Subscription entitles the user to new level MQSeries products at no charge. MQSeries for AS/400, V5.1, is also available in a shrink-wrapped format as product 5798-AAR, feature #5610. IBM MQSeries Integrator for AS/400 and DB2 Version 1.1, 5801-AAR, Feature #6002 MQSeries Integrator is powerful message-brokering software to provide real-time, intelligent rules-based message routing, and content transformation and formatting.
  • Page 605 Supported Platforms MQSeries Integrator supports message exchange with other users of the MQSeries on over 35 IBM and non-IBM platforms. A complete list of supported platforms can be found on the Web at: http://www.software.ibm.com/ts/mqseries/platforms/#integrator Additional information on MQSeries is available on the Web at: http://www.software.ibm.com/ts/mqseries...
  • Page 606: Ibm As/400 Client Access Family For Windows V4R3, 5769-Xw1

    IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products IBM AS/400 Client Access Family for Windows V4R3, 5769-XW1 The Client Access Family for Windows (XW1) includes one 16-bit and two 32-bit clients that run on Microsoft Windows operating systems. Specifically this family contains the following client code: •...
  • Page 607 • The servers required for TCP/IP, Client Access, and other OS/400 servers can be managed with the click of a mouse instead of a series of commands. In addition, the IBM AS/400 Support for Windows Network Neighborhood is managed from Operations Navigator.
  • Page 608 IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products An installation option for 16-bit APIs and ODBC extends Client Access application support when existing 16-bit programs are used. When you create customized installation images, you can select specific components of Client Access such as PC5250, data transfer, or Operations Navigator, and copy them to diskette or a network drive.
  • Page 609 PC gateway products such as Novell NetWare for SAA Version 2.0 and Microsoft SNA Server Version 2.1 1. Support is also provided for the IBM 5394 and 5494 Remote Control Units. In addition, the Windows 95 and NT clients can run over the NetSoft NS/Router 2.0 (32-bit) and the IBM Personal Communications AS/400 (32-bit) routers.
  • Page 610: As/400 Client Access Enhanced For Windows 3.1

    IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products NT 4.0 desktops. The AS/400 server is POP3 enabled so e-mail users can tap into the rich set of mail distribution services provided by the AS/400 system, such as native Internet e-mail connectivity and seamless interoperability with OfficeVision/400 with no gateways required.
  • Page 611 IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products • Ability to select icons from the Toolbar to start the Data Transfer function, which uploads and downloads data between PCs and the AS/400 database • A three-dimensional view of display functions, such as hot spots and pop-up keypads •...
  • Page 612 A migration utility from the Client Access for Windows 3.1 or DOS Extended clients aids in migration to the Enhanced for Windows 3.1 client. The utility also aids in migrating IBM RUMBA/400 profile icons, workstation profiles (with WSF extensions), print profiles (with PRN extensions), and keyboard mappings (files with MAP extensions) to PC5250-recognized files.
  • Page 613: Pc Tools Folder

    IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products Programming aids include an online API reference document for advanced application development. This reference document is very useful to application programmers as they become proficient in Client Access/400 application development. An index file guides the programmer to the particular topic of interest.
  • Page 614 At connect time, the user is prompted for which location to call. • The IBM 5250 Express Twinaxial adapter cards and other selected IBM Twinaxial adapter cards can be used to connect PCs to AS/400 systems using the TCP/IP protocol.
  • Page 615: Ibm Wireless Connection For As/400 V4R4, 5798-Tbw

    PTF numbers and availability. IBM Wireless Connection for AS/400 V4R4, 5798-TBW IBM Wireless Connection for AS/400 connects AS/400 Wireless LAN barcode scanning devices to the AS/400 system through a wireless LAN network. This allows support of application requirements such as wireless data collection and wireless barcode scanning.
  • Page 616: Ibm Websphere Application Server Version 3.0.2

    • WebSphere Application Server, Standard Edition, is a Java application server that is based on a servlet-based engine that turns the existing Web server (IBM HTTP Server for AS/400) into a Java Web application server. As the core element of the IBM Application Framework for e-business, WebSphere Application Server, Standard Edition, forms the foundation of the WebSphere application server family and offers application developers a solution to build, deploy and manage e-business Web sites.
  • Page 617: Bit), 5733-As2

    • Improved security controls and management • Comprehensive Web site content and usage analyzers and reporting tools • Improved IBM HTTP Server features The WebSphere Application Server, Standard Edition, is a strong cross-platform, Java-based Web application platform supporting deployment of e-business applications and components for transactions, enterprise system access, and dynamic content generation, including: •...
  • Page 618: As/400 (56-Bit), 5733-Wa2

    The administrative client helps create and deploy servlets. JSP components focus on ease-of-use and flexibility as well as control of the execution and monitoring of these e-business applications. See “IBM WebSphere Application Server Version 3.0.2, Advanced Edition for AS/400 (56-bit), 5733-WA2” on page 588 for a more complete description of the administrative client.
  • Page 619 IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products provide the portability and control of server-side business applications along with the performance and manageability of EJB technology. It extends the value and versatility of this platform with: • Complete Java and Enterprise Java support, including a server for applications built to the EJB specification.
  • Page 620 • Windows NT – Any Intel-based PC running Windows NT Server or Workstation 4.0 – IBM Enhanced Java Development Kit 1.1.7 – Web browser that supports HTML 4 and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – A communications adapter or network interface –...
  • Page 621 IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products V3.0.2, Advanced Edition for AS/400, now has first class support for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)-based user registries to leverage existing directories. A completely new and exciting package of site usage and analysis tools are included with WebSphere Application Server, Advanced Edition.
  • Page 622 IBM Licensed Programs: Networking Products • XML Documents Structure Services, which enable e-business applications that interchange data using eXtended Markup Language • (XML) to parse, generate, manipulate, and validate XML and XSL-based content WebSphere Application Server Version 3.0.2, Advanced Edition for AS/400 (128-bit),...
  • Page 625: Ibm Licensed Programs: Lotus Products

    IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products Domino for AS/400 is the leading groupware solution available for the AS/400 system. It provides unparalleled capability for AS/400 customers to use their business data in collaborative e-business solutions, both within their organizations and with their partners over the Internet.
  • Page 626: Client Server Choices

    IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products Advanced Enterprise Server The Advanced Enterprise Server license gives you the Enterprise Server capabilities on systems with more than eight CPUs with Domino partitioning. Client Server Choices iNotes The iNotes Client allows you to have one Mail CAL (Client Access License) cc:Mail license.
  • Page 627 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products • Internet Messaging, Only Better: – Native Internet addressing – SMTP routing – MIME content – S/MIME – SSL – POP3 – IMAP4 – LDAP – HTTP – HTML – SNMP • Built-in Upgrade Tools: Automatically upgrade users without disrupting service or losing valuable data: –...
  • Page 628 • Improve customer responsiveness • Streamline business processes You can rely on the top-rated, global service and support of Lotus, IBM, and our worldwide network of Business Partners to help you maximize the return on your Domino infrastructure investment.
  • Page 629 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products Domino Mail Offers the Industry's Leading Messaging Services • The most flexible security model: Integrated X.509 support lets you register new users with Notes or X.509 certificates. S/MIME support ensures message integrity for all client types. SSL V3 is available for IIOP and LDAP clients. Authentication via trusted third-party directories reduces complexity and duplication of information.
  • Page 630: Lotus Domino R5 Application Server

    IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products Lotus Domino R5 Application Server The Domino Application Server is supported on OS/400 V4R3 or later. It can be licensed for deployment on systems with one to four CPUs with no Domino Partitioning. For larger systems, see “Lotus Domino R5 Enterprise Server”...
  • Page 631 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products The Domino Application Server Is a World-class Web Application Server CORBA/IIOP support extends Domino application services to Web clients, for integration with your existing applications architecture. Serve Lotus Notes clients and Web browsers with the same applications.
  • Page 632: Lotus Domino R5 Enterprise Server

    IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products • Your choice of development options: Connect to enterprise data non-programmatically via the easy-to-use DECS interface or programmatically from Java or LotusScript. Domino Application Server Delivers Unmatched Reliability and Manageability • Transaction logging for Domino databases: The industry standard for reliable data storage.
  • Page 633 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products • Billing services: Track, report, and analyze system usage for billing, charge back, and capacity planning. Maximum Up-time for Applications The Domino Enterprise Server delivers the industry's highest level of availability for applications. Within a Domino cluster, replicas of applications, including Web applications, remain continuously synchronized on a per-transaction basis.
  • Page 634: Lotus Domino R5 Advanced Enterprise Server

    IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products • Include partitioned servers within clusters • Span multiple LAN segments to create campus-wide clusters Domino Enterprise Server Delivers Unequaled Availability in Even the Largest Deployments • Web clustering: The new Internet Cluster Manager (ICM) extends failover and load balancing capabilities to Web browsers, offering enhanced reliability for Web applications.
  • Page 635: Domino Clients Choices

    IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products To find out more about the Domino Advanced Enterprise Server, visit the Lotus Web site: http://www.lotus.com/dominoenterpriseserver The Domino Advanced Enterprise Server is functionally the same as the Domino Enterprise Server. For features and details, please refer to “Lotus Domino R5 Enterprise Server” on page 602.
  • Page 636 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products changing Notes locations. With a universal inbox and support for native Web formats, Internet mail content has full fidelity. Its features include: • POP3 and IMAP4 support • Native MIME support • S/MIME support: For years, Notes has delivered a superior Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) very much like that provided by S/MIME security.
  • Page 637 IBM has incorporated many of the enhanced PIM features of Lotus Organizer into the Lotus Notes calendar, scheduling, and task management functions. The addition of a group calendar view makes it easier than ever for you to stay on top of multiple schedules, and to plan your time and work so that individuals and groups are more productive.
  • Page 638 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products New Mail Features and Enhancements • Separation of message header: Message recipients are now kept in a separate pane from the message body. • Type-ahead addressing performance increase • Type-down addressing: As type-ahead addressing begins to match names in the address dialog, you can use the up and down arrows on your keyboard to cycle through “like”...
  • Page 639 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products Mobile Support and Ease of Deployment Notes has always offered superior offline use. Wherever you are, you can access and control a wide variety of information. With Notes R5, additional offline capabilities give you greater control over the information you're working with and sharing, whether it's Internet mail or Web pages that can be updated from a site to reflect changes when you reconnect.
  • Page 640: R5 Domino Designer

    Domino. Some of the new R5 features that support the analysis and discovery of important information to do your job include: • Search engine and UI changes: The engine is the Global Text Retriever from IBM Japan and includes many new enhancements, such as a fuzzy search.
  • Page 641 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products Domino Designer, with the Domino Application Server, is optimized to enable developers to build applications that facilitate the flow of information between an organization's enterprise systems and front-end business processes. Improvements to Development Environment • Comprehensive development environment •...
  • Page 642 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products have to work with raw HTML code to obtain necessary control over the page layout and table characteristics. • Shared resources: Images, applets, shared actions, and Java libraries are added to existing shared code resources.
  • Page 643 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products • Leverage Web programmability and scripting options: Web standards (Java, JavaScript, HTML 4.0) are supported in Designer R5 so you can use standard Web design languages and tools in Designer. • CORBA/IIOP support: The Common Object Request Broker Architecture and Internet InterORB Protocol permits remote access to Domino services.
  • Page 644 IBM Licensed Programs: Lotus Products Users can immediately view financial figures calculated into euros without doing mental or manual calculations. Combined with the multiple currency support feature listed above, developers have all the tools they need to develop truly global applications.
  • Page 645: Lotus Enterprise Integrator, 5769-Lnp

    (update, insert, or delete) can be synchronized between your Domino databases and DB2 UDB for AS/400 tables. LEI also allows the exchange of data with the integrated file system of the AS/400 system and ERP applications. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2000...
  • Page 646 Lotus Enterprise Integrator, 5769-LNP AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 649: Ibm Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products

    IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products This chapter describes the programs and functions that are available for managing the AS/400 system. Included is a discussion of the AS/400 Operations Console (Ops Console). Ops Console is not a software/program offering. It is the strategic interface involved in systems management for operations.
  • Page 650: Tivoli Management Agent

    Note: Operations panel cable part number is 04N5592. The CCIN is 0382. AS/400 Operations Console support is available for OS/400 V4R3 and later. For V4R5, it is the only type of PC console supported by the AS/400e 270, 820, 830, and 840 servers. Refer to AS/400 Migration , SG24-6055, at for Operations Console w3.itso.ibm.com...
  • Page 651 IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products Tivoli Systems Inc., an IBM company, now offers Tivoli Storage Manager Version 3.7, which replaces the Adstar Distributed Storage Manager product set. See Tivoli Storage Management Solutions at: http://www.tivoli.com/storage Tivoli Storage Manager provides an enterprise-wide backup and archive facility for a wide variety of both LAN file servers and individual workstations by allowing the AS/400 system to act as the backup and recovery server.
  • Page 652: Enhancements In V3R1

    IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products Tivoli Storage Manager servers store data within system managed, administrator controlled storage hierarchies. Hierarchical Storage Management for the AIX client platform is included as an optional feature to provide automated migrate and recall support for local file systems.
  • Page 653 Application Client to ADSM should not be used as the backup solution for mainstream, central site AS/400 system. Native BRMS saves to traditional tape drives continue to be the recommended IBM strategic solution for AS/400 backups. Customers interested in using the AS/400 Application client to ADSM should be...
  • Page 654 IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products – Most client options can be stored at the server, providing additional administrator control for setting options to relieve clients of this operational requirement. – An optional Server-to-Server Communication feature is available to support enterprises deploying multiple servers.
  • Page 655: Enhancements In V3R7

    IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products Enhancements in V3R7 Performance Improvements The Tivoli Storage Manager AS/400 server, at the Version 3.1 level, is now using the AS/400 “root” file system to enhance performance. The “root” file system takes full advantage of the AS/400 stream file support and hierarchical directory structure of the integrated file system.
  • Page 656 IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products the event server, thereby consolidating events from groups of Tivoli Storage Manager servers and clients. Supported Clients Tivoli Storage Manager backs up data from systems running the following operating systems: • AIX • Apple Macintosh •...
  • Page 657: Ibm Backup Recovery And Media Services For As/400 V4R4, 5769-Br1

    IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products IBM Backup Recovery and Media Services for AS/400 V4R4, 5769-BR1 The IBM Backup Recovery and Media Services for AS/400 (BRMS/400) is a licensed program offering. BRMS/400 provides the AS/400 system with support for policy-oriented setup and execution of archive, backup, recovery, and other removable-media-related operations.
  • Page 658 IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products • Archival of database files, database file members, or documents • Migration of stream files between various storage media • Transparent access to migrated or archived data from applications • Automatic movement of data, based on system policies •...
  • Page 659 IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products administration or use of BRMS. The functional usage model can secure the following types of functions from specific users. Each user can be allowed to use a particular function and not the others: – Backup –...
  • Page 660: Ibm Advanced Job Scheduler For As/400 V4R4, 5769-Js1

    IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products IBM Advanced Job Scheduler for AS/400 V4R4, 5769-JS1 IBM Advanced Job Scheduler for AS/400 is a part of the IBM SystemView family of offerings. It facilitates unattended operations, which can reduce the cost of ownership and help improve efficiency and accuracy in managing batch applications.
  • Page 661: Ibm Managed System Services For As/400 V4R2, 5769-Mg1

    Advanced Job Scheduler now supports TCP/IP as well. In either network environment, you can support cross-system scheduling between systems. IBM Managed System Services for AS/400 V4R2, 5769-MG1 The Managed System Services for AS/400 (MSS/400) licensed program is part of Operation Center/400, which includes System Manager for OS/400.
  • Page 662: Ibm Content Manager Ondemand For As/400 V4R5, 5769-Rd1

    Note: The two prior names for Content Manager were EDMSuite OnDemand for AS/400 (5733-218) and Report/Data Archive and Retrieval System (R/DARS) for AS/400 (5763-RD1, 5716-RD1). The name change reflects the commitment by IBM to further align these products as part of the Content Manager family.
  • Page 663 IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products integration with ImagePlus VisualInfo allow for a flexible, customized environment for document management. You can use the viewer of your choice to view OnDemand documents. Additional integration is possible with the ability to launch the OnDemand client from a 5250-type application.
  • Page 664 IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products • Compressing reports from one-half to one-seventeenth of the original size immediately increases effective magnetic storage space. • Magnetic disk storage becomes affordable for extended high-access periods before compressed reports are automatically migrated to optical or tape. Migration to optical libraries takes less time using OnDemand compression and multiple report management cycles that allow writing to multiple drives at the same time.
  • Page 665 Specifications (DDS). Record Archive Organizations can use IBM 3995 optical libraries to cost-effectively store aged data records, such as historical sales or customer data. Users can continue to use existing applications, which are functionally rich and familiar, with the added capability of retrieving historical data from optical files and more current data from magnetic disk.
  • Page 666: Enhancements In V4R5

    IBM System Manager for AS/400 V4R3, 5769-SM1 The System Manager for AS/400 (SM/400) licensed program is part of the integrated offering Operations Control Center/400, which includes MSS/400 (IBM Managed System Services for AS/400). SM/400 integrates with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) management products, such as NetView for AIX.
  • Page 667 • Remote AS/400 problem management This includes remote problem analysis, comparison of existing available PTFs, automatic distribution of selected PTFs, and a single connection to IBM electronic support for new problem reporting, to IBM or Independent Software Vendor (ISV) for processing.
  • Page 668 IBM Licensed Programs: Systems Management Products SystemView System Manager for AS/400 includes a graphical interface for a network operator to graphically monitor and manage a network of systems. The change management functions provide support for the Integrated Netfinity Server. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 671: Ibm Licensed Programs: Application Development Products

    95/NT-based workstations. Applications developed using VisualAge for C++ run on Windows, OS/400, or both in a client/server environment. IBM VisualAge for C++ for AS/400 offers an extensive set of integrated programming tools including: • Visual Application Builder: An object-oriented visual application development environment to rapidly prototype and build windows applications.
  • Page 672 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products • IBM Open Class Library: A comprehensive set of building blocks for Windows and AS/400 environment consisting of: – Standard Class Library: Lets you manipulate complex numbers and also lets you easily write C++ input and output statements.
  • Page 673: Ibm Visualage Generator Server For As/400 V4R4, 5769-Vg1

    IBM VisualAge Generator Server for AS/400 V4R4, 5769-VG1 VisualAge Generator is IBM's VisualAge offering focused on bringing productivity to organizations. It is a powerful, integrated development workbench used by programmers to fully define, test, build, and deploy traditional as well as Web-ready enterprise level systems on a variety of platforms in record time.
  • Page 674 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products This product was previously named VisualGen Host Services for OS/400. This solution combines the best of both worlds: the productivity of an iterative desktop development environment with the scalability and he performance of a compiled and optimized 3GL production application.
  • Page 675 This facility is much more than a User Interface (UI) layout builder. Programmers can build their own components and make them available for reuse, or they can take advantage of pre-built, pre-tested components sold by IBM or third parties, visually assembling them to meet their system specifications.
  • Page 676 In addition, VisualAge Generator programs can access not only the most popular relational DBMS, DB2/UDB family, Oracle and others, but can easily manipulate legacy file systems, such as VSAM, and non relational IBM databases, such as IMS/DB and DL/I. The integration allows easy integration of new applications into existing IT infrastructures maximizing the protection of the previous investments.
  • Page 677 The result is a set of products and architectures to support the creation and deployment of end-to-end multi-tiered e-business systems. If we think of an e-business system as a logical 3-tier solution, IBM WebSphere Application Server provides the runtime environment for tier-2, WebSphere...
  • Page 678: System/36 Migration Aid, 5727-Mg1

    VisualAge Generator server program. Selecting the EJB component generation option allows you to reach tier-3 VisualAge Generator programs within a EJS (Enterprise Server for Java) runtime environment, such as that provided by IBM WebSphere Application Server Enterprise Edition. The generated bean and the gateway program automatically perform all the data marshalling and conversion necessary to map Java to traditional back-end transactions.
  • Page 679 PRV ILE COBOL for AS/400 • COBOL/400 provides American National Standards (ANS) COBOL X3.23-1985, Intermediate Level function. COBOL/400 also conforms to the 1986 FIPS COBOL Language Standard and the IBM C-S3-9025-02 standard. • COBOL/400 supports embedded SQL statements and interactive communication facilities functions.
  • Page 680: V4R4, 5769-Cl3

    • Ability to tolerate pointers in teraspace: A memory model that allows more than 16 MB of contiguous storage in one allocation IBM VisualAge RPG and Cooperative Development Environment for AS/400 V4R4, 5769-CL3 You can easily develop new client/server applications or convert old applications to client/server for AS/400 with VisualAge RPG.
  • Page 681 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products • Seamless access to AS/400 • Host offload, work-at-home option The latest VisualAge RPG enhancements include: • Subfile fields support for VALUE keyword • Subfile StartAt attribute forces READC operation to start at the record specified •...
  • Page 682: Integrated Language Environment C For As/400 V4R4, 5769-Cx2

    AS/400 system. IBM ILE C for AS/400 and IBM VisualAge for C++ for AS/400 can bind to components written in any ILE language. With its rich set of functions, IBM VisualAge C++ for AS/400 and the...
  • Page 683 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products Highlights of the existing product include: • Ability to compile C source from an integrated file system file using the Source Stream File (SRCSTMF) • 64-bit keyword integer support • Native thread enabling of ILE C run time (V4R2) •...
  • Page 684: Ibm Cics Transaction Server For As/400 V4R4, 5769-Dfh

    IBM ILE C for AS/400 continues to support industry standards, such as ANSI, enabling applications written in ANSI C on other platforms to be easily ported to the AS/400 system.
  • Page 685: V4R4 Enhancements

    CICS Transaction Gateway are delivered with the CICS Transaction Server allowing you to enable your e-business right away. IBM Application Program Driver for AS/400 V4R3, 5769-PD1 The Application Program Driver for AS/400 (APD/400) allows customers to standardize a number of functions, which are nearly always present in every application, and to present a standardized interface to the user.
  • Page 686: V4R3 Enhancements

    ADTS takes advantage of the rich function in the IBM OS/400 and its relational database. It enhances productivity in the tasks performed to develop interactive, transaction batch, and client/server applications.
  • Page 687 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products The Application Development ToolSet contains five utilities: • ADT: Programming Development Manager (PDM) The Programming Development Manager provides the focal point of this integrated application development environment by managing lists of items to be developed or maintained.
  • Page 688 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products – System/36 and System/38, and AS/400 system source types are supported. Enhancements to System/38 SEU are provided through the addition of System/36 DSU line commands with other new line commands, the editor profiles, and interface with PDM.
  • Page 689 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products (DFU/AE) support provided within the IBM OS/400 to allow validation of database fields and additional fields as well as scrolling forward and backward when browsing database records. Two additional components in ADTS/400 are: • File Compose and Merge Utility (FCMU) FCMU is a compare function that performs a comparison on two or more source physical files and locates the differences.
  • Page 690: V4R4 Enhancements

    IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products maintains the integrity of the application by not allowing one developer to overwrite another developer’s source changes. Application Development Manager helps to automate the process of building, or compiling, source code. Application developers no longer have to analyze relationships between pieces of code.
  • Page 691: Ibm Integrated Languages Environment Rpg For As/400 V4R4, 5769-Rg1

    • PDM support for ADM/400 distribution, VRPG, and System/36 port types. IBM Integrated Languages Environment RPG for AS/400 V4R4, 5769-RG1 ILE RPG for AS/400 is designed for writing various types of application programs. This language is easy to learn, yet offers many advanced functions for experienced programmers.
  • Page 692 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products • Pointer support: RPG users now have the capability to operate on pointer-based structures, pass pointers to applications written in other programming languages, and call-system functions requiring pointers. • Dynamic memory allocation: New operation codes allow pointer-based storage to be dynamically allocated, resized, and destroyed.
  • Page 693 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products • New data types: Several data types have been added to RPG IV. These include: – Floating point: This data type provides the ability to have a single field that can hold both extremely small and extremely large numbers. It improves integration with OS/400 database and improves inter-language communications in an ILE environment, specifically with C and C++ languages.
  • Page 694: Ibm Net.commerce For As/400 Version 3, 5798-Nc3

    • Ability to tolerate pointers in teraspace; a memory model that allows more than 16 MB of contiguous storage in one allocation IBM Net.Commerce for AS/400 Version 3, 5798-NC3 Net.Commerce for A/400 Version 3 is a merchant solution that provides a framework to conduct business on the Internet in a secure and scalable manner.
  • Page 695 Net.Commerce to customize functions related to payment, shipping and handling costs, inventory check, and the calculation of taxes. With Net.Commerce Version 3, IBM has added further capability. It can be used by companies who want to set up an e-commerce site quickly at a reasonable cost. In addition, it is designed for second generation customers who want greater flexibility, additional function, and the ability to integrate with their legacy systems.
  • Page 696 WebSphere Payment Manager also includes Administration Tools that allow the seller to query orders to view payment status, process payment once the order is shipped, and process reversals. For more information, see “IBM WebSphere Payment Manager for AS/400 V2.1, 5733-PY2” on page 667.
  • Page 697: Ibm Websphere Payment Manager For As/400 V2.1, 5733-Py2

    Net.Commerce is Year 2000 ready and supports the euro currency. This product is supported with OS/400 V4R3 or later. IBM WebSphere Payment Manager for AS/400 V2.1, 5733-PY2 WebSphere Payment Manager provides similar levels of functionality and capability for the AS/400 platform as the product available on AIX, Solaris, and Windows NT.
  • Page 698 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products are role-based access controls for granting privilege levels to merchant's employees. The merchant can also enable and disable event notification service. Merchants who integrate WebSphere Payment Manager into their business software and business process can deploy multiple Payment Manager instances as needed to support multiple merchant instances.
  • Page 699 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products There is an exported data model that can secure customer-critical business data. This assures that access to merchant financial information is protected. This function also assures that access to merchant data is restricted. It also provides a secure method to allow access to merchant data from business applications.
  • Page 700 – Advanced Edition (5733-WA2 for 56-bit encryption, 5733-WA3 for 128-bit encryption) • IBM Cryptographic Access Provider – IBM Cryptographic Access Provider 40-bit for AS/400, Version 4 Release 4 (5769-AC1) – IBM Cryptographic Access Provider 56-bit for AS/400, Version 4 Release 4...
  • Page 701: The Application Development Tools

    There are a wide range of Application Development tools available to customers and ISVs who choose to develop applications on the AS/400 system. IBM’s direction is to provide tools, as well as embrace other tool vendors that support the AS/400 system. Some non-IBM tools are even included with OS/400 as complementary, no charge software.
  • Page 702 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products Business Intelligence Extensions typically: • Extract data from legacy databases; summarize, cleanse, and move data to dedicated servers • Create specialized data “cubes” or warehouses and marts from legacy data • Provide graphical query and report writing tools to access the data marts and warehouses •...
  • Page 703: As/400 Client Series

    IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products • Manage version control and allow developers to check in and check out pieces of code • Provide for a team development environment • Assist with application optimization and tuning • Handle application distribution across local or wide area networks, including the remote...
  • Page 704 IBM Licensed Programs: Application Development Products AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 707: Ibm Licensed Programs: Office And Printing Products

    • Code page and coded font editor to set up your new fonts for use on the AS/400 system IBM Content Manager for AS/400 V4R3, 5769-VI1 IBM Content Manager for AS/400 is a document imaging and work management system that can be implemented in a client/server or host environment. It changes the way paper documents are processed.
  • Page 708: Ibm Advanced Function Printing Utilities For As/400 V4R4, 5769-Af1

    • Additional user exits such as work with file cabinet documents and review case documents • Year 2000 enablement For additional information on VisualInfo, visit the IBM Image Web site: http://www.software.ibm.com/data/imageplus IBM Advanced Function Printing Utilities for AS/400 V4R4, 5769-AF1 Advanced Function Printing (AFP) Utilities consists of three integrated utilities that support AFP print applications.
  • Page 709: V3R2M1), 5798-Af3 (V3R7M1 And Later Releases)

    • Resource Management Utility: A “workbench” for AFP resources that enables you to create, print, copy, and maintain overlays and images. IBM Advanced Function Printing (AFP) PrintSuite for OS/400, 5798-AF2 (V3R2M1), 5798-AF3 (V3R7M1 and Later Releases) AFP PrintSuite for AS/400 is a family of products to create electronic printing applications (output with enhanced application data, electronic forms, barcoding, image and graphics, and so on).
  • Page 710: Advanced Print Utility (Apu)

    IBM Licensed Programs: Office and Printing Products Advanced Print Utility (APU) APU allows end users to design how existing line output is blended with new fonts, electronic forms, image, and barcode, and how each page and copy appears. When complete, the existing application is automatically monitored and transformed, using the APU design.
  • Page 711: Sap R/3 Afp Print

    This enhanced output can then be routed to system-managed IPDS printers. IBM Advanced DBCS Printer Support for AS/400 V4R5, 5769-AP1 Advanced DBCS Printer Support for AS/400 is a set of the following utilities: •...
  • Page 712 OCR fonts, PFC may be required only for old printers. System/36 Resource Migration The equivalent functions of APW, KPF, and PFC were provided on an IBM System/36 as a PRPQ. This utility migrates the resources of those System/36 PRPQs to the AS/400 system.
  • Page 713: Ibm Dictionary And Linguistics Tools For As/400 V4R5, 5769-Dl1

    Pacific only. It is now available in all geographies and is included on the Keyed Stamped Media. IBM Dictionary and Linguistics Tools for AS/400 V4R5, 5769-DL1 Dictionary and Linguistics Tools provide improvements in the 24 dictionaries previously available as Language Dictionaries (5716-DCT) and add support for several additional languages.
  • Page 714: Ibm Advanced Function Printing Fonts For As/400 V4R3, 5769-Fnt

    Exercise and tutorial materials have been supplied in the BGU User’s Guide to provide the necessary familiarization. IBM Advanced Function Printing Fonts for AS/400 V4R3, 5769-FNT Advanced Function Printing Fonts for AS/400 (AFP Fonts for AS/400) is a rich selection of font families for use on 240 dots-per-inch, non-impact printers supported by AFP software integrated in OS/400.
  • Page 715: Ibm Advanced Function Printing Dbcs Fonts For As/400 V4R3, 5769-Fn1

    IBM Licensed Programs: Office and Printing Products Optical Character Recognition, which contains OCR-A and OCR-B, allows the IBM customer to produce machine-readable documents in postal, manufacturing, and distribution applications. Fonts consist of digitized alphabetic and other character forms in sizes ranging from 4 to 72 points (approximately one-eighteenth inch to 1 inch in height).
  • Page 716 OV/400 and Lotus Notes migration and coexistence environment, for example, to provide the ability to use Lotus Notes mail (including MIME attachments) and calendar from a 5250 terminal or emulation session. IBM and many IBM Business Partners are available to provide AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 717 IBM Licensed Programs: Office and Printing Products assistance and customizing so that upgrades are smooth and seamless. This ensures that customers attain the greatest benefits from the power of Lotus Notes, while leveraging their existing investment in AS/400 systems. With OfficeVision to Lotus Notes Migration Tools for AS/400, you can: •...
  • Page 718: Bluenotes Document Warehouse

    Lotus Notes migration and coexistence, refer to the site at: http://www.dominodotoffice.com BlueNotes is available from IBM in most geographies as 5620-BNY. This product is selectable by module. Alternatively, the CORE and OV/400 modules together are available as a specially priced feature of the IBM OV/400 to Notes Migration Tools V2, 5697-F08.
  • Page 719: Bluenotes Document Warehouse (Bndw) For As/400, 5620-Bny

    Notes forms where the user has no control over the output but may add free-format text BNDM V1R1 is available as is, free of charge with IBM BNDW for AS/400 (formerly BlueNotes Document Warehouse), a specially priced feature of IBM 5697-F08 OV/400 to Notes Migration Tools.
  • Page 720 IBM Licensed Programs: Office and Printing Products BlueNotes allows your AS/400 users and Lotus Notes users to both have access to the same objects stored on the same AS/400 system with no duplication. There are two orderable options of BNDW for AS/400: •...
  • Page 721: Ibm Facsimile Support For As/400 V4R3, 5798-Tby

    DTMF capabilities of IBM's Fax Concentrator Adapter/A and some models of GammaLink programmable fax boards are now supported. Facsimile Support for AS/400 supports: • IBM 7852-400 fax/data modem (see “IBM 7852 Model 400 Modem” on page 428 for more details) • Integrated Analog Modem (#2761) •...
  • Page 722: Ibm Officevision For As/400 V4R2, 5769-Wp1

    Note: OS/400 V4R5 is the last release where OfficeVision/400 is supported. This is one release later than stated in the 20 July 1999, announcement. IBM does not plan to enhance OV/400 to support any future version or release. Customers are encouraged to migrate to Lotus Notes clients and the native AS/400 Domino server.
  • Page 723 – Automatic hyphenation – Synonym aid (certain languages only) Support for the Russian language is provided through the use of the enhanced IBM linguistics engine, which has been added to OS/400. As new dictionaries are released for the linguistics engine, OfficeVision for AS/400 can use them with minimal impact.
  • Page 724 TCP/IP and X.400. Mail handling functions provide the ability to send to and receive from users on their own AS/400 or other IBM and non-IBM systems in the network. • Administration Support is provided for ongoing administration and maintenance of office objects.
  • Page 725: Support For Afp Print Applications And Ipds Printers

    IBM Licensed Programs: Office and Printing Products • Access to office services Application programming interfaces (APIs), specific to OfficeVision for AS/400, allow programmers to integrate office functions into applications and access office services on AS/400 systems. Examples are: – Document distribution services that allow the user interface to send, receive, cancel, and query –...
  • Page 726 • Added finishing options enable inline document finishing, including stapling, stitching, inserting, and z-folding operations • All new IBM AS/400 printers (for example, InfoPrint 43, InfoPrint 60 with Finisher, and InfoPrint 3000) are fully supported • Print Services Facility...
  • Page 727 IBM Licensed Programs: Office and Printing Products provides true reprographics capabilities, including stapling and stitching, inserting, and z-fold finishing on 11-by-17-inch forms. Together these new print capabilities allow you to create output from your critical applications that is consistent in appearance, easy to distribute and read, and communicates more effectively with your customers.
  • Page 728 IBM Licensed Programs: Office and Printing Products AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 731: Summary Of All Earlier As/400 Models

    Main Storage (MB) 8-16 Disk Storage (GB) (Maximum) 0.98 2.06 Maximum Number of Twinax Workstations Communication Lines (Maximum) LAN Adapters (Maximum) Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) Number of System I/O Buses Version 3 Processor Group © Copyright IBM Corp. 2000...
  • Page 732: Model P03 And 10S

    Main Storage (MB) 8-24 8-40 8-56 8-40 8-24 8-24 8-40 8-56 8-56 Disk Storage (GB) 2.99 3.93 3.93 2.99 3.93 2.99 3.93 3.93 3.93 (Maximum) Maximum Number of Workstations Twinax LAN Attached Communication Lines (Maximum) Version 3 Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 733: Models C04, C06

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9402 Models C04, C06 9402 Model Relative System Performance (CPW Value) Relative System Performance (RAMP-C) Main Storage (MB) 8-12 8-16 Disk Storage (GB) (Maximum) 1.28 1.28 Maximum Number of Workstations Twinax ASCII Communication Lines (Maximum) LAN Adapters (Maximum) Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) Number of System I/O Buses...
  • Page 734: Models E02, E04, E06

    8-24 8-40 Disk Storage (GB) (Maximum) 2.06 4.12 8.24 Maximum Number of Workstations Twinax ASCII LocalTalk Communication Lines (Maximum) LAN Adapters (Maximum) Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) Number of System I/O Buses Version 3 Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 735: Model 200

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9402 Model 200 9402 Model #2030 #2031 #2032 Relative System Performance (CPW Value) 11.6 16.8 Relative System Performance (RAMP-C) Main Storage (MB) 8-24 8-56 16-128 Disk Storage (GB) (Maximum) V3R1 23.6 23.6 23.6 (Maximum) V3R2 50.3 50.6 50.6...
  • Page 736: Model 400

    (Maximum) V3R7 and later 50.3 50.3 50.3 50.3 Maximum Number of Workstations Twinax ASCII LocalTalk Communication Lines (Maximum) LAN Adapters (Maximum) ATM Adapters (Maximum) Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) Number of System I/O Buses Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 737: Model 436

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9402 Model 436 SSP Only SSP and OS/400 9402 Model 436 Processor #2102 #2104 #2106 #2102 #2104 #2106 Relative System Performance (CPW) V3R6 14.4 18.3 24.5 Relative System Performance (CPW) V3R7 and later 16.3 20.6 27.4 Relative System Performance...
  • Page 738: Models B10, B20

    8-20 8-32 8-40 Disk Storage (GB) (Maximum) 2.40 4.80 6.40 Maximum Number of Workstations Twinax ASCII Communication Lines (Maximum) LAN Adapters (Maximum) Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) Number of System I/O Buses Version 3 Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 739: Models D10, D20, D25

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9404 Models D10, D20, D25 9404 Model Relative System Performance (CPW Value) Relative System Performance (RAMP-C) Main Storage (MB) 8-32 8-40 16-64 Disk Storage (GB) (Maximum) 9.50 9.50 15.80 Maximum Number of Workstations Twinax ASCII LocalTalk Communication Lines (Maximum)
  • Page 740: Models F10, F20, F25

    Maximum Number of Workstations Twinax ASCII Communication Lines (Maximum) LAN Adapters (Maximum) Main Storage Feature Card Slots Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) Maximum System I/O Card Slots Number of System I/O Buses Version 3 Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 741: Models D35, D45, D50, D60, D70, D80

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Models D35, D45, D50, D60, D70, D80 9406 Model Relative System Performance 10.8 13.3 23.9 32.3 56.6 (CPW Value) Relative System Performance 11.2 19.8 (RAMP-C) Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) 8-72 16-80 32-128 64-192 64-256...
  • Page 742: Models E35, E45, E50, E60, E70, E80, E90, E95

    2400 2400 ASCII 1080 1080 1080 LocalTalk 1085 1860 1860 1860 Maximum Communication Lines Maximum LAN Adapters Main Storage Feature Card Slots Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) Number of System I/O Buses Version 3 Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 743: Models F35, F45, F50, F60, F70, F80, F90, F95, F97

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Models F35, F45, F50, F60, F70, F80, F90, F95, F97 9406 Model Relative System 13.7 17.1 27.8 40.0 57.0 97.1 127.7 148.8 177.4 Performance (CPW) Relative System 10.2 14.7 21.0 36.5 50.5 59.0 71.5 Performance (RAMP-C)
  • Page 744: Models 300, 310, 320

    1000 2400 2400 4800 4800 4800 ASCII 1080 1080 2160 2160 2160 LocalTalk 1860 1860 3720 3720 3720 Maximum Communication Lines Maximum LAN Adapters Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) Number of System I/O Buses Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 745: Models 500, 510, 530

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Models 500, 510, 530 9406 Models 500, 510, 530 #2140 #2141 #2142 #2143 #2144 #2150 #2151 #2152 #2153 #2162 Relative System Perf (CPW) 18.7 26.9 38.3 66.7 85.0 107.1 132.5 198.7 299.0 349.8 V3R6 Relative System Perf (CPW)
  • Page 746: Model 600

    SPD I/O Bus I/O Card Slots—SPD I/O Card Slots—PCI Workstation Attachment Controllers Min/Max Twinax Devices ASCII Devices Local Talk Devices Communications Lines Fax Adapters Cryptographic Processor LAN Ports ATM Ports Integrated PC Servers PCI LAN/ATM Adapters Optical Libraries AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 747: Model 620

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Model 620 Processor Features #2175 #2179 #2180 #2181 #2182 Relative System Performance (CPW) 50.0 85.6 113.8 210.0 464.3 Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) Min/Max 64-1856 256-2048 256-2048 256-2048 256-4096 Processor Group Summary for All Base #9364 with #9364 with...
  • Page 748 Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models Communications Lines 0-18 0-36 0-78 Fax Adapters 0-13 Cryptographic Processor LAN Ports 0-12 0-16 ATM Ports Integrated PC Server (SPD) Integrated PC Server (PCI) PCI LAN/ATM Adapters Optical Libraries 0-12 0-14 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 749: Model 640

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Model 640 Processor Features #2237 #2238 #2239 Relative System Performance (CPW) 319.0 583.3 998.6 Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) Min/Max V4R1/V4R2 512-12288 512-12288 512-12288 V4R3 512-12288 512-16384 512-16384 Processor Group Disk Unit Capacity (GB) Base 4.19 4.19...
  • Page 750 Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models Communications Lines 1-200 1-200 1-200 Fax Adapters 0-32 0-32 0-32 Cryptographic Processor LAN/ATM Ports 0-32 0-32 0-32 Integrated PC Servers 0-16 0-16 0-16 Optical Libraries 0-22 0-22 0-22 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 751: Model 650

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Model 650 Processor Features #2240 #2243 #2188 #2189 Relative System Performance (CPW) 1794.0 2340.0 3660.0 4550-0 Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) Min/Max V4R1/V4R2 1024-20480 1024-20480 V4R3 1024-32768 1024-32768 1024-40960 1024-40960 Processor Group Disk Unit Capacity (GB) Base 4.19...
  • Page 752: Servers

    Main Storage (MB) 16-56 32-384 64-512 Disk Storage (GB) (Maximum) 27.5 86.5 Max. No. Workstations Twinax ASCII LocalTalk Communication Lines (Maximum) LAN Adapters (Maximum) Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) No. of System I/O Buses Version 3 Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 753: Server Model 20S And 9406 Server Model 30S

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9402 Server Model 20S and 9406 Server Model 30S 9402/6 Model 20S, 30S Processor #2010 #2411 #2412 Relative System Perf (CPW Value) Interactive 11.6 Relative System Per (CPW Value) Client/Server 17.1 32.3 68.5 Relative System Perf (RAMP-C) Interactive Relative System Perf (RAMP-C) Client/Server 10.9 23.5...
  • Page 754: Model 40S

    (Maximum) V3R7 and later 50.3 50.3 50.3 50.3 Maximum Number of Workstations Twinax ASCII Local Talk Maximum Communication Lines Maximum LAN Adapters Maximum ATM Adapters Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) Number of System I/O Buses Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 755: Models 50S And 53S

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Models 50S and 53S Processor Features #2120 #2121 #2122 #2154 #2155 #2156 #2157 Relative System Perf (CPW) V3R6 Client/Server Environment 66.7 85.0 106.8 132.5 198.7 299.0 349.8 Interactive Environment 18.7 26.9 26.9 26.9 26.9 26.9 26.9...
  • Page 756: Model 170

    85.8 85.8 85.8- V4R3 (Maximum) 175.4 175.4 175.4 175.4 175.4 Maximum Communication Lines Maximum LAN Ports Maximum ATM Ports Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) 6-15 6-15 6-15 6-15 6-15 Number of System I/O Buses Processor Group AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 757: Model 170

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Model 170 Model (September 1998 / February 1999) Processor Feature #2289 #2290 #2291 #2292 #2385 #2386 #2388 Relative System Performance Processor CPW 1090 Interactive CPW Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) 64-832 64-832 64-832 256-1024 256-3584...
  • Page 758 Base System is the maximum total for #2289 processor. The #2289 processor does not support the attachment of the #7101 System Unit Expansion. Note 6: The Integrated Server is mutually exclusive with the high speed slot for LAN and ATM. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 759: Model S10

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Model S10 Processor Features #2118 #2119 Relative System Performance Metric (CPW) Client/Server Environment 45.4 73.1 Interactive Environment 16.2 24.4 Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) Min/Max 64-384 128-512 Processor Group Disk Unit Capacity (GB) Base 4.19 4.19...
  • Page 760 Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models Communications Lines 1-10 1-10 Fax Adapters Cryptographic Processor LAN Ports ATM Ports Integrated PC Servers PCI LAN/ATM Adapters Optical Libraries AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 761: Model S20

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Model S20 Processor Features #2161 #2163 #2165 #2166 Relative System Performance (CPW) Client/Server Environment 113.8 210.0 464.3 759.0 Interactive Environment 31.0 35.8 49.7 56.9 Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) Min/Max 256-2048 256-2048 256-4096 256-4096 Processor Group...
  • Page 762 ASCII Devices V4R1 V4R2/V4R3 LocalTalk Devices Communications Lines 1-10 0-18 0-36 0-78 Fax Adapters 0-13 Cryptographic Processor LAN Ports 0-13 ATM Ports 0-13 Integrated PC Server (SPD) Integrated PC Server (PCI) PCI LAN/ATM Adapters Optical Libraries 0-12 0-14 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 763: Model S30

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Model S30 Processor Features #2257 #2258 #2259 #2260 Relative System Performance (CPW) Client/Server Environment 319.0 583.3 998.6 1794.0 Interactive Environment 51.5 64.0 64.0 64.0 Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) Min/Max V4R1/V4R2 512-12288 512-12288 512-12288 1024-12288...
  • Page 764 V4R1 V4R2/V4R3 LocalTalk Devices Communications Lines 1-200 1-200 1-200 1-200 Fax Adapters 0-32 0-32 0-32 0-32 Cryptographic Processor LAN/ATM Ports 1-32 1-32 1-32 1-32 Integrated PC Servers 0-16 0-16 0-16 0-16 Optical Libraries 0-22 0-22 0-22 0-22 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 765: Model S40

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Model S40 Processor Features #2256 #2261 #2207 #2208 Relative System Performance (CPW) Client/Server Environment 1794.0 2340.0 3660.0 4550.0 Interactive Environment 64.0 64.0 120.0 120.0 Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) Min/Max V4R1/V4R2 1024-20480 1024-20480 V4R3 1024-32768...
  • Page 766 1-300 1-300 1-300 1-300 Fax Adapters 0-32 0-32 0-32 0-32 Cryptographic Processor LAN/ATM Ports V4R1/V4R2 1-48 1-48 1-48 1-48 V4R3 1-72 1-72 1-72 1-72 Integrated PC Servers 0-16 0-16 0-16 0-16 Optical Libraries 0-22 0-22 0-22 0-22 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 767: Model 720

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9406 Model 720 Model Processor Feature #2061 #2062 #2063 #2064 Relative System Performance (Note 1) Processor CPW 1600 Interactive CPW #1500 (Base) #1501 #1502 #1503 #1504 #1505 1050 Number of Processors Main Storage (MB) 256-2048 256-4096 256-8192...
  • Page 768 All AS/400 processors announced from September 1996 onward have only CPW performance measurements. Note 2: External DASD can be attached using a SPD card in the Expansion Unit. AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 769 Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models Note 3: One line is used for Client Access Console or Operations Console if selected. The maximum is nine if Twinaxial Console is selected. Note 4: The #9364 must be configured with #9329 /#9330 (PCI) or #9331 (SPD). Therefore, these columns are mutually exclusive.
  • Page 770: Model 730

    Reel 2440 Reel 9347 Cartridge 34XX, 35XX Tape Libraries Maximum ½-inch Cartridge 8mm Cartridge (External) Optical Libraries Diskettes (5 ¼-inch or 8-inch) LAN/ATM Ports Maximum 1-48 Wireless IOP Maximum IPCS Maximum Cryptographic Processors Fax IOPs (2 lines/IOP) AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 771 Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models Note 1: CPW is the Commercial Processing Workload that is now being used to measure the performance of all AS/400 processors. The CPW value is measured on maximum configurations. The type and number of disk devices, the number of workstation controllers, the amount of memory, the system model, other factors, and the application being run determine the performance that is achievable.
  • Page 772: Model 740

    Reel 2440 Reel 9347 Cartridge 34XX, 35XX Tape Libraries Maximum ½-inch Cartridge 8mm Cartridge (External) Optical Libraries Diskettes (5 ¼-inch or 8-inch) LAN/ATM Ports Maximum 1-72 Wireless IOP Maximum IPCS Maximum Cryptographic Processors Fax IOPs (2 lines/IOP) AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 773 Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models Note 1: CPW is the Commercial Processing Workload that is now being used to measure the performance of all AS/400 processors. The CPW value is measured on maximum configurations. The type and number of disk devices, the number of workstation controllers, the amount of memory, the system model, other factors, and the application being run determine the performance that is achievable.
  • Page 774: Custom Mixed-Mode Servers

    Diskette (8 or 5 ¼ inch) CD-ROM Tape Attachment ¼-inch and/or 8mm Cartridge (Internal) 8mm Cartridge (External) ½-inch Reel 9348 ½-inch Reel 2440 ½-inch Reel 9347 ½-inch Cartridge 34xx, 35xx Physical Packaging SPD I/O Bus I/O Card Slots—SPD I/O Card Slots—PCI AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 775 Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models Workstation Attachment Controllers Min/Max 0-18 0-39 Twinax Devices 1560 2392 ASCII Devices 1044 LocalTalk Devices Communications Lines 1-10 0-18 0-36 0-78 Fax Adapters 0-13 Cryptographic Processor LAN Ports 0-12 0-16 ATM Ports Integrated PC Server (SPD) Integrated PC Server (PCI) PCI LAN/ATM Adapters Optical Libraries...
  • Page 776: Model S30 And S40 Custom Mixed-Mode E-Servers

    SPD I/O Bus 1-19 1-19 1-19 1-19 1-19 I/O Card Slots—SPD 3-235 3-235 3-235 3-235 3-235 I/O Card Slots—PCI System Expansion (#5072/#5073/#5082/#5083) 0-18 0-18 0-18 0-18 0-18 Storage Expansion (#5055/#5057) Storage Expansion (#5052/#5058) 0-18 0-18 0-18 0-18 0-18 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 777 Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models Workstation Attachment Controllers Min/Max 1-175 1-175 1-175 1-175 1-175 Twinax Devices 7000 7000 7000 7000 7000 ASCII Devices 3150 3150 3150 3150 3150 LocalTalk Devices Communications Lines V4R1/V4R2 1-200 1-200 1-200 V4R3 1-300 1-300 1-300 1-300 1-300...
  • Page 778: Model Sb1

    Storage Expansion (#5055/#5057) Storage Expansion (#5052/#5058) Workstation Attachment Controllers Min/Max Twinax Devices V4R1 V4R2/V4R3 ASCII Devices V4R1 V4R2/V4R3 LocalTalk Devices Communications Lines 1-16 1-16 1-16 1-16 Fax Adapters Cryptographic Processor LAN/ATM Ports Wireless LANs Integrated PC Servers Optical Libraries AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 779 Note 4: With V4R1, a maximum of two workstation controllers is supported. † AS/400e server SB1 performance data is based on standard benchmarks. Specific performance data may be found at the following vendor Web sites: BAAN — http://www.baan.com SAP — http://www.sap.com...
  • Page 780: Packages

    Int Netfinity Server & Bridge Card Slots Workstation Attachment Controllers Min/Max Twinax Devices 1-28 0-28 ASCII Devices Local Talk Devices Communications Lines Cryptographic Processors Fax Adapters LAN Ports Wireless Adapters Integrated Netfinity Servers 100/10 Mbps Ethernet Adapters ATM Adapters AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 781: Xx Packages

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9402 2XX Packages Twinax Starter Growth Models 2FS, 2SS, 2SG Server Server Server Server Relative System Performance (CPW) Client/Server Environment 17.1 17.1 17.1 17.1 Interactive Environment Relative System Performance (RAMP-C) Client/Server Environment Interactive Environment Main Storage (MB) 16-128 16-128...
  • Page 782: Model 400 Packages

    Available Card Slots System I/O Buses Processor #2130 (P05) Processor Group Processor #2131/#2132 #2133 (P10) O/S 400 Software Client Access for AS/400 Hardware Only Included Query for AS/400 DB2 Query Manager and SQL Development Kit for AS/400 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 783: Model 436 Packages

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9402 Model 436 Packages Model 436 Package Entry Growth Large #0114 #0115 #0116 Relative System Performance (CPW) V3R6 14.4-24.5 14.4-24.5 14.4-24.5 Relative System Performance (CPW) V3R7/V4 16.3-27.4 16.3-27.4 16.3-27.4 Relative System Performance (RAMP-C) O/S 400 4.8-8.7 4.8-8.7 4.8-8.7...
  • Page 784: Model 40S Packages

    Maximum Communication Lines Maximum LAN Adapters Maximum ATM Adapters Available Card Slots (for I/O Adapters) System I/O Buses Processor Charge Group Software OS/400 Client Access for AS/400 Query for AS/400 DB2 Query and SQL Development Kit for AS/400 AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 785: Model 40S Packages

    Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models 9402 Model 40S Packages Small Entry Growth Large Server Server Server Server Model 40S Hardware Packages Relative System Performance (CPW) V3R6 Client/Server Environment 24.5-77.3 24.5-77.3 24.5-77.3 24.5-77.3 Interactive Environment 8.4-26.9 8.4-26.9 8.4-26.9 8.4-26.9 Relative System Performance (CPW) V3R7 Client/Server Environment 27.0-87.3...
  • Page 786: Table Notes For All Summary Tables

    9401 Server 10S. RSP RAMP-C of 1.9/5.9 also refers to these two environments in the same order. 5. Three LANs are allowed when running IBM Firewall for AS/400 (5769-FW1). 6. One tape is required. 7. Does not include Operations Console.
  • Page 787 Integrated Netfinity Server, the maximum is four. 23.Requires V4R2 or later. † This processor was announced in September 1996 when IBM introduced CPW as the new method of measuring the performance of AS/400 processors. For this and future processor announcements, CPW values only will be quoted.
  • Page 788 Summary of All Earlier AS/400 Models AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 791: Special Notices

    While each item may have been reviewed by IBM for accuracy in a specific situation, there is no guarantee that the same or similar results will be obtained elsewhere. Customers attempting to adapt these techniques to their own environments do so at their own risk.
  • Page 792 The purpose of including these reference numbers is to alert IBM customers to specific information relative to the implementation of the PTF when it becomes available to each customer according to the normal IBM PTF distribution process.
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  • Page 794 Special Notices AS/400e System Handbook...
  • Page 795: As/400 Documentation

    AS/400e Information Center The AS/400e Information Center is the next generation for information retrieval. It offers a new path to AS/400 technical information using the power of browsers and new technology. The Information Center gives fast, easy access to how-to information, example scenarios and program code, reference lookups, and background conceptual information.
  • Page 796: V4R5 Enhancements

    Organization (ITSO) in Rochester. They provide practical advice on how to implement and integrate AS/400 products. They are written by AS/400 professionals from around the world. Where to get more information: • To find the latest information on IBM redbooks including ordering information, visit the site at: http://www.redbooks.ibm.com •...
  • Page 797 • AS/400 Client Access Express for Windows: Implementing V4R4M0, SG24-5191 • AS/400 Migration , SG24-6055 IBM Redbooks can be ordered individually or you can choose to set up a subscription to all AS/400 Redbooks in a general interest area (including future publications) by ordering the following numbers: •...
  • Page 798: Ibm Redbooks Publications

    Note that some redbooks are included in more than one of the previous categories. IBM Redbooks publications For information on ordering these publications see “How to Get IBM Redbooks” on page 773. • AS400 System Builder , SG24-2155 • AS/400 Migration , SG24-6055...
  • Page 799: Referenced Web Sites

    • AS/400 Performance Capabilities Reference - Version 4, Release 4 , SC41-0607 This publication is available in soft copy only by visiting the Web site at: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/pubs/html/ At the site, select AS/400 Online Library. Then, select the appropriate language, and click GO!.
  • Page 800 • http://www.networking.ibm.com/525/525home.html • http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/pubs/html/as400/infocenter.htm • http://www.as400.ibm.com/nt • http://www.as400.ibm.com/hsmcomp • http://as400service.rochester.ibm.com • http://www.as400.ibm.com/sftsol/internet.htm • http://www.software.ibm.com/year2000 • http://www.as400.ibm.com/pm400 • http://iws.as400.ibm.com/sftsol/subscription.htm • http://iws.as400.ibm.com/sftsol/subscription2.htm • http://www.as400.ibm.com/euro • http://www.internet.ibm.com/networkstation • http://www.networking.ibm.com/callpath • http://www.software.ibm.com/ts/mqseries/platforms • http://www.as400.ibm.com/firewall • http://www.as400.ibm.com/wireless • http://www.ibm.com/software/ts/mqseries/txppacs • http://www.software.ibm.com/ts/mqseries/platforms/#integrator AS/400e System Handbook...