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CIP claw/csna configuration with z990 (LPAR number)

With the new IBM hosts z990, there are changes in IO subsystem (30 LPAR max, logical channel subsystem,...)

I understand that the z990 LPAR number are now identified by 2 digits.

We have 75xx CIP routers connected to our different zOS systems via Escon director and EMIF

How claw and csna definitions should be coded in CIP routers

(XX Y Z where XX is the host port of Escon Director,

Y , the LPAR number and Z the CUaddr.)

Thanks,

MF

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Re: CIP claw/csna configuration with z990 (LPAR number)

Any update on this ?

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Re: CIP claw/csna configuration with z990 (LPAR number)

I have found the answer. The Lpar number to be coded in Cisco CIP router is the MIF-Id (one digit).

The MIF-Id is the LPAR number inside a Logical Channel Sub-system (LCSS). A LCSS can have 15 LPAR max.

The chpid to the router can only be dedicated to one LCSS (not spanned between 2 LCSS).

Thanks to Alan A. (if present in Cisco forum)

MF

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