we are trying to configure a scenario in which an IBM Host starts a call over X25 cloud to 3 different X25 clients. The mainframe is attache to a 3745 router via Osa an fast Ethernet (0/0). Serial 2/6 on router is attacehed to X25.
Host---osa--FE---Router---Serial2/6--X25---3 different x24 clients with 3 differents X25 addresses.
We have tested the following configurations for the router:
description Prueba para X25 QLLC con
no ip address
encapsulation x25 ietf
no ip mroute-cache
x25 address 007599801
x25 alias .*
x25 ltc 2
x25 htc 6
x25 facility windowsize 7 7
x25 facility packetsize 128 128
x25 map qllc 4000.0090.9910 12003022
x25 map qllc 4000.0090.9911 12004212
x25 map qllc 4000.0090.9909 12005211
no cdp enable
qllc dlsw vmacaddr 4000.0090.9909 3
Clients x25 addresses are 12005211, 12004212 and 12003022 and macs 4000.0090.99xx are mac addr where hsot PU's point to inicatiate the call.
In this conf qe can only start an x25 conversation from host at a time.
If QLLC is configured, the router answers an X.25 QLLC call with an X.25 CALL CONNECTED message. The router then sends a test frame, or explorer, to the LAN device to initiate the LAN connection. If the LAN partner can be located, the LAN partner sends an explorer response with a RIF on how to locate it.
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