You may have to implement this option some time in the future because I heard a rumor that IBM has stopped selling 3745.
Again, replace the 3720 by one of 3745, OSA, and CIP. You enable APPN on both mainframes. Set up an ISA or RTP connection between the mainframes. You can also set up SNASw on a router between the mainframes. There are too many possibilities. Check out the following URL on SNASw designs:
You have a couple of choices. DLSw+ to provide IP transport in the network, while still using layer 2 SNA protocols in the Mainframes, or add a CIP to the remote Mainframe and use Enterprise Extender for end to end IP.
For the second option, all of the configuration is done in the Mainframes. The network only handles IP data. You can add a CIP (or CPA) to the remote Mainframe, the CIPs may use either CLAW or CMPC+ protocols, and do not need to know that SNA is being transported. Try this link for a sample of most of the Mainframe definitions;
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