DISPLAY TCPIP command
Use the DISPLAY TCPIP command from the MVS™ operator console to display help for a supported command, or to display information received from supported functions. The abbreviated version of the command is the letter D.
The general format of the DISPLAY command is:
- The name of the member in a procedure library that was used to start the server or address space. You can omit the procname parameter when you direct the command to a TCP/IP stack address space and only one TCP/IP stack is currently active. See Table 1 for a list of servers that support the command when a procname is specified.
- Use this parameter to display the name, version, and status of all the TN3270E Telnet servers (Telnet) that are or were running. See DISPLAY TCPIP,TELNET for more information about this command.
- Any of the functions that are valid for the server. These functions are described in the following sections.
The following servers or address spaces support the MVS DISPLAY TCPIP command. Not all servers support the same parameters. For further descriptions of the supported parameters, see Table 1.
|Server or address space||Main parameters||Additional information|
|TCP/IP address space||HELP, NETSTAT, OMPROUTE, OSAINFO, STOR, SYSPLEX, TRACE||See DISPLAY command: TCP/IP address space|
|TN3270E Telnet server address space||HELP, STOR, TELNET, LUNS, XCF||See DISPLAY command: TN3270E Telnet server address space|