What IBM TCP/IP for z/VSE can do for your business

IBM® Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) for z/VSE® is a communication facility that permits bidirectional communication between VSE-based software and software running on other TCP/IP equipped platforms.

Adding the TCP/IP protocol to VSE permits VSE-based systems to communicate and share data with virtually any other computer in the world.

Standard stack features include:

  • Extensive monitoring and tuning capabilities.
  • Customizable security features protect both network access and configuration information.
  • And much more!
IBM TCP/IP for z/VSE

A seamless interface with the Internet

Allows z/VSE mainframe applications to participate fully in the global business arena.

Added protection with a firewall shield

A firewall shield helps to protect the z/VSE system from unauthorized access. It adds security because access is denied unless an IP address is specifically allowed to communicate with the VSE system.

Improvements based on your feedback

The latest version contains internal processing improvements as well as many functional enhancements based upon user requests.

Increased availability to users

Built-in tools make z/VSE functions and facilities immediately available to network-attached users.

Gain more power and reliability

Optional and third-party products bring the full power and reliability of mainframe computing to the e-Commerce world.

Four good reasons to use IBM TCP/IP for z/VSE

  • Abundant standard stack features
  • Optional features distributed with TCP/IP for VSE
  • Standard TCP/IP for VSE features to consider implementing
  • Create your own TCP/IP applications