Figure 15-1 Sample PMDF-XGS Site EXAMPLE.COM
Figure 15-2 through Figure 15-4 show an example of configuring a
PMDF-XGS gateway at EXAMPLE.COM on node
Example 15-1 shows a corresponding checklist file. The sample site
EXAMPLE.COM, shown in Figure 15-1, has a PMDF mailhub system,
naples, and has PC-LAN based cc:Mail users and WordPerfect
Office users connected through PMDF-LAN and considered to be in the
domains ccmail.example.com and wpo.example.com, respectively.
EXAMPLE.COM also has connections to the Internet over TCP/IP.
EXAMPLE.COM has an OS/2 system, with TCP/IP name bridge.example.com and
SNADS name PMDF, that will act as the transport bridge between the
SNADS side and the PMDF side. EXAMPLE.COM's SNADS nodes are BLUE,
INDIGO, AZURE, and LAPIS, which will be known as blue.example.com,
indigo.example.com, azure.example.com, and lapis.example.com,
respectively, to the non-SNADS (e.g., Internet) world.
For this example, PMDF-MTA, PMDF-LAN, and PMDF-XGS have been installed
naples. PMDF-MTA and PMDF-LAN have been configured
previously, during a separate configuration session on
naples. The SNADS nodes have been configured to know about
the PMDF-XGS transport bridge and the
naples system. The
PMDF-XGS transport bridge component has been installed and configured
on the transport bridge system, and is using the default TCP/IP ports
for communicating with the PMDF system
Remember that the values entered in this sample are for purposes of example only. Be sure to use the values appropriate for your system when you perform the actual configuration.