Peer Networking on the AS/400

Peer Networking on the AS/400
Author: Chris Peters

This book will show you how to design, implement, and maintain an AS/400 peer network for real-world business applications. All aspects of AS/400 networking capabilities along with cost analysis considerations are presented. This book will help you evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of going to a peer network versus upgrading your current system. You'll even get coding examples, so you can maximize the potential of your peer networking business applications. Many books have been written on SNA, but Peer Networking on the AS/400 is the first and only book to present actual, real-world business applications that use AS/400 peer networks.

This book is intended for AS/400 systems administrators, managers, and programmers. Included is network strategy and planning information, network configuration and management information as well as networked application examples with source code.

This was first published in June 2002

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