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Digital Badge: TCP/IP on z/OS Essentials - Level 1

By Erin ZHANG posted Wed March 09, 2022 09:44 PM

  
Get your Digital Badge: TCP/IP on z/OS Essentials - Level 1 today!

Badge Description

This badge earner has a general knowledge and understanding of TCP/IP on z/OS. This individual is familiar with network layers, protocols at each layer, and the hardware that facilitates the transport of data.


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  • For questions about the z/OS TCP/IP Configuration with NCA Digital Badge, contact Erin Zhang zhangyic@cn.ibm.com.
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