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Table of Contents
                            Contents
About This Book
	What’s in the Package
	Where to Find More Information
		Online Help
		Related Publications
		Contacting IBM
		Support Options
Part 1. Introduction
Chapter 1. Welcome to Personal Communications Access Feature
	What’s New in IBM Personal Communications Access Feature Version 5.6
	Personal Communications Access Feature Program Icons
		Administrative and Problem Determination (PD) Aids
		Product Information
		Utilities
	Personal Communications Access Feature Sessions
	Personal Communications Access Feature Connections
		Client/Server (Peer) Connections
		APPN Networking
			APPC
			APPN Network
		AnyNet
		Enterprise Extender (HPR over IP)
	ActiveX/OLE 2.0 Support
	Object-Oriented API
Part 2. Planning for and Installing Personal Communications Access Feature
Chapter 2. Planning to Install Personal Communications Access Feature
	Companion Products
		Adobe Acrobat Reader
		DB2 Connect for Personal Communications
	Considerations Before Installing
		Disk Space Requirements
		Migration Considerations
		Multi-Boot Environment Installation
		National Language Support (NLS) Considerations
		National Language Support Font Files
		Personal Communications Client Installation
Chapter 3. Installing Personal Communications Access Feature
	Microsoft Windows Installer
	Installing to a Local Hard Drive
	Typical Installation
	Custom Installation
		Feature Selection
		Feature Installation Options
		Automatic Migration Options
			Migration to [UserProfile]\Application Data Directory
			Migration to All Users\Application Data Directory
			Migration to Private Directory
	Silent Installation
Chapter 4. Installing Personal Communications Access Feature Using an Initialization (response) File
	Parameter Descriptions
		SAVEINI
			Syntax
			Usage Description
		ONLYINI
			Syntax
			Usage Description
		USEINI
			Syntax
			Usage Description
		REMOVEINI
			Syntax
			Usage Description
		Using system variables and UNC paths with parameters
			SAVEINI
			USEINI
	Silent Installation Using Initialization File Processing
Chapter 5. Administrative Installation
	Installing from Network Server
	Installing to Run from Source, Where Source Medium Is a Network Server
	Installing Patches
Chapter 6. Maintenance Installation of Personal Communications Access Feature
Chapter 7. Remote Installation of Personal Communications Access Feature
	Remote Installation Using Tivoli/Courier
	Remote Installation Using SMS
	Remote Installation Using Install Manager
Chapter 8. Installing DB2 Connect for Personal Communications
	Silent Installation of DB2 Connect
Part 3. Using Personal Communications Access Feature
Chapter 9. Enabling Client/Server Applications
	Configuring a Node
	Starting the SNA Node
	Stopping the SNA Node
	APING Requirements
Chapter 10. SNA Node Operations
	Starting Node Operations
	Using the Menu Bar
	Displaying a Resource
	Starting a Resource
	Stopping a Resource
	Deleting a Resource
	Changing an HPR Path Switch
	Updating SNA Resources Dynamically
	Command-Line Utilities
Chapter 11. Problem Analysis
	Log Viewer
	Trace Facility
	Information Bundler
	Internet Service
	Product Update Tool
Chapter 12. Configuring and Using SSL Security for Personal Communications
	What is SSL?
	Preparation for SSL Communication
		Server and Related Client Configuration
		Client Configuration
	Establishing an SSL-Based Session
	Pop-up Messages
	Changing the Password of a Client's Key Database
		Using Certificate Wizard
		Using Certificate Management
	Configuring SSL for Connecting to a Server Using a Certificate from a Well-Known CA
	Configuring SSL for Connecting to a Server Using a Certificate from an Unknown CA
		Opening a Key Database and Adding a Root Certificate
			Using Certificate Wizard
			Using Certificate Management
		Opening a Key Database and Adding a Personal Certificate
			Using Certificate Management
			Using Certificate Wizard
		Obtaining a Personal ID Certificate from a Known Certificate Authority (CA)
	Configuring SSL for Connecting to a Server Using a Self-Signed Certificate
	Security References
	Problem Determination
	Smart Card Support
		Enabling Smart Card Support
	Using the IKEYCMD Command-Line Interface
		Environment Setup for IKEYCMD Command-Line Interface
		IKEYCMD Command Line Syntax
			Object-Action Pairs
			Command-Line Options
		IKEYCMD Tasks for Personal Communications
		Creating a new key database
			Setting the database password
			Changing the database password
			Storing the encrypted database password in a stash file
			Registering a key database with the server
		Creating a new key pair and certificate request
		Creating a self-signed certificate
		Exporting keys
		Importing keys
		Listing CAs
		Storing the CA certificate
			Receiving a CA-signed certificate
			Storing a CA certificate
		Opening a key database
		Showing the default key in a key database
		Using GSK6CMD batch file
		Summary of Command-Line Invocations
Chapter 13. Log Viewer Functions
	Viewing Message and Trace Logs
	Changing Message Log Size and Location
	Merging Message and Trace Logs
	Sorting Message and Trace Logs
	Searching Personal Communications Access Feature Logs
	Filtering Personal Communications Access Feature Logs
Chapter 14. Utilities
	Multiple Sessions
	Menu Bar Customization
	Convert Macro
Part 4. Appendixes
Appendix A. Communication Adapter and Device Driver Installation in Windows 2000 and XP
	Communication Adapter Installation
		New Installation of Personal Communications Access Feature Version 5.6
			Installing device drivers for Plug-and-Play adapters
			Installing device drivers for non-Plug-and-Play adapters
		Installation of Personal Communications Access Feature Version 5.6 over a previous version of Access Feature
	Communication Adapter Removal
		Uninstalling Plug-and-Play adapters
		Uninstalling non-Plug-and-Play adapters
Appendix B. Attachment Considerations and Adapter Setup Information
	Attachment Information
		COAX Attachment
			Avoiding Machine Check 207
			Restrictions
			Configuring a Non-Plug-and-Play Coax Adapter (ISA)
		LAN via IEEE 802.2 Attachment
			PIU Size
			Receive Window Count
			Using a PCMCIA Token-Ring or Ethernet Card
		TCP/IP Connection
			TCP/IP Protocol Driver
			Screen Size
			Terminal Type to Be Negotiated with TN3270
			TN3287 and TN3270E Connection
			Other TCP/IP Functions
		SDLC MPA Attachment
			Line Speed
			V.25bis Autodial
			Performance Considerations
		IBM Global Network - SNA over Async Attachment
			Line Speed
			Updating Phone List
		IBM Global Network Connection Attachment
			Line Speed
			Updating Phone List
			Restrictions
		Home3270 Attachment
			Setting the Screen Colors in a Home3270 Session
		3270 Attachment via the AS/400 System
			AS/400 System Setup
			Error Messages from the AS/400 System
		IBM PC720 Modem Initialization (Japan Only)
		3174 Peer Communications Support (LAN over Coax)
			Installing LAN Over Coax
			Configuring LAN Over Coax
			Multiple Adapter Coexistence
		5250 Twinaxial Console
		Twinax Connections Through a 5494 Controller to an AS/400
		5250 Asynchronous Console
	Adapter Setup Information
		Creating and Updating Devices in Windows 2000 and XP
		Using Coax (3270) Adapters
			Polling Feature
			Plug-and-Play Adapters
			ISA-Bus Adapters
			MicroChannel Adapters
			3270 ISA-Bus and MCA Adapters and ROM Shadowing
		Twinax Adapters
			Twinax Adapter Types
			Using Twinax (5250) Adapters
			Plug-and-Play Twinax Adapters
			ISA-Bus Twinax Adapters
			MicroChannel Adapters
		MPA Adapters
			Preventing Conflicts with Non-PCI MPA Adapters
			IBM SDLC PCMCIA Adapter and Modem (Japan Only)
			IBM PCI Multiprotocol Adapter
		WAC Attachments
			EIB Support
			Supported Adapters
			Potential Configuration Issues
			System Resources
		OEM Adapters
			OEM Twinax Adapter Cards
Appendix C. SNA Client/Server Concepts
	Terminology
	APPC Concepts
		Introducing APPC and CPI-C
		What Is a Transaction Program?
		What Is the Difference between APPC and APPN?
		Side Information Definitions
		Improving Productivity Using APPC
		Improving Productivity Using CPI-C
		What Is a Logical Unit?
		LU Types
		Dependent and Independent LUs
		What Is a Session?
		What Is a Conversation?
		A Conversation between Two TPs
		Parallel Sessions between LUs
	SNA Communications
	SNA Node Operations
Appendix D. AnyNet SNA over TCP/IP
	What Does AnyNet SNA over TCP/IP Do?
		Running APPC or CPI-C Applications over a TCP/IP Network
		Using AnyNet to Connect SNA Applications on Different Platforms
		Chaining Gateways to Connect Multiple SNA and IP Networks
	How Does SNA over TCP/IP Work?
	Mapping SNA Resources to IP Addresses
	Defining Domain Names and IP Addresses
	Defining Unique CP Names and Connection Network Names
	Setting and Modifying the Routing Preference Protocol
	Helpful Hints
		Tuning
		Connecting to AS/400
		Dynamic IP Addresses
			APPC or CPI-C Applications
			Dependent LU Applications
	AnyNet Configuration Examples
		Example 2. Running APPC or CPI-C Applications over a TCP/IP Network
Appendix E. InstallShield Professional for Windows Installer (IPWI) Command-Line Parameters
	Parameter Descriptions
Appendix F. National Language Support (NLS) Abbreviations and Language Codes
Appendix G. Notices
	Trademarks
Index
Readers’ Comments — We'd Like to Hear from You
                        
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2. From the Key database type dropdown, menu, select Crytographic Token
3. Locate the appropriate file or enter the file name and location.

Using the IKEYCMD Command-Line Interface
IKEYCMD is a command-line tool that can be used to manage keys, certificates,
and certificate requests. It is functionally similar to Certificate Management
(IKEYMAN) and is intended to be run from the command line without a graphical
interface.

Use IKEYCMD for configuration tasks related to public-private key creation and
management. You can use IKEYCMD to create key database files for the same key
database types that IKEYMAN currently supports. You can also create certificate
requests, import CA signed certificates, and manage self-signed certificates.

You cannot use IKEYCMD for configuration options that update the server
configuration file httpd.conf. To update the server configuration file, you must use
the IBM Administration Server.

Environment Setup for IKEYCMD Command-Line Interface
Use the following procedure to set the environment variables to use the IKEYCMD
command-line interface.
1. Set or modify the PATH variable to include the location of the Java executables.

This can be done by using the UI, modifying autoexec.bat, or typing the
following in a command window:
set PATH=c:\Program Files\IBM\Personal Communications\jre\bin;%PATH%;

where C:\Program Files\IBM\Personal Communications is the directory where
is Personal Communications installed.

2. Set or modify the PATH variable to include the location of the Java executables.
This can be done by using the UI, modifying autoexec.bat, or typing the
following in a command window:
set CLASSPATH=c:\Program Files\ibm\gsk6\classes\cfwk.zip;C:\Program
Files\IBM\gsk6\classes\gsk6cls.jar;%CLASSPATH%;

Once completed, IKEYCMD should run from any directory.

To run an IKEYCMD command, use the following syntax:
java com.ibm.gsk.ikeyman.ikeycmd <command>

IKEYCMD Command Line Syntax
The syntax of the IKEYCMD CLI is
java com.ibm.gsk.ikeyman.ikeycmd <object> <action> [options]

where object is one of the following:

-keydb
Actions taken on the key database (either a CMS key database file, a
WebDB keyring file, or SSLight class)

-cert Actions taken on a certificate

-certreq
Actions taken on a certificate request

-help Display help for the IKEYCMD invocations

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