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Configuring CSM to connect to a GWM

I am trying to configure a CSM to use Load-Balancing Advisor on z/OS as a GWM.

I have configured the CSM vlans as such:

vlan 19 client

ip address 176.11.16.11 255.255.240.0

gateway 176.11.16.235

!

vlan 9 server

ip address 176.11.48.11 255.255.240.0

The serverfarm I'm using

serverfarm DMP50030

no nat server

no nat client

bindid 65520

<servers here>

and my dfp agent:

dfp

agent 176.11.48.104 3860 65520

The problem is that the dfp agent fails to connect to the GWM.

cs233#sh module csm all dfp detail

---------------------- CSM in slot 11 ----------------------

DFP Agent 176.11.48.104:3860 Connection state: Trying to connect Retries: 7

Keepalive = 65520 Retry Count = 0 Interval = 180 (Default)

Security errors = 0

The GWM is definitely listening:

LBADV 00009FB9 Listen

Local Socket: 176.11.48.104..3860

Foreign Socket: 0.0.0.0..0

When I sniff the 176.11.48.x LAN, I don't see any packets for port 3860 so I'm not sure how the CSM is attempting to connect to the GWM. How does the CSM determine which vlan to connect to the GWM? Does the GWM address need to be layer-2 adjacent to the CSM? Is there any way to force the CSM to use normal IP forwarding to contact the GWM? I can ping the GWM address with no problem at all.

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Re: Configuring CSM to connect to a GWM

did you configure a SASP ID ?

variable SASP_CSM_UNIQUE_ID my_csm_id

variable SASP_GWM_BIND_ID_MAX 6

add this info, then remove and add again the dfp agent command.

Gilles.

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