Maintaining the Network Map
The network map (also known as the NETMAP) identifies the local IBM® Connect:Direct® node and the nodes it communicates with. It consists of one local node entry and one or more adjacent node entries that identify the communication name and protocol of each IBM Connect:Direct node.
The network map source is generated during installation. The network map load utility, DGADNTLD, uses this source to create a network map (a VSAM file).
See the IBM Connect:Direct for z/OS® Configuration Guide for rules governing the network map for cross-domain VTAM definitions.