z/Scope Secure Tunnel enables you to have a secure communication over the Internet, in doing so, allowing firewall-friendly client-server communications.
z/Scope Secure Tunnel allows you to extend the reach of any third-party terminal emulator .
(IBM’s Personal Communications or Client Access, Attachmate’s Extra/Reflection, Netmanage’s Rumba, etc), adding the capability to reach the Mainframe without exposing it directly to the Internet, using secure http/s protocol.
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The secure tunnel is essentially a client to server
In other words, the SCOPE tunnel will make your Internet or Intranet connections through a trusted system or a firewall.
It seems that it is no possible to get it working on the server. The system tells me that “No scope allowed to connect”.
As I’ve found, the only supported version is “BASIC”, then I’ve tested a http-s connection and finally I found that the system needs to have a “Tunnel Type” “Host” (true) and a “Stream” (true).
Setting a “”Tunnel Type””=t, then a “”Host””=“[mydomain]” and “Stream”=”1” to “true” will allow the connection and the system will return all the information that are available.
So the “tunnel” type is must because the connection must be “forwarded” to the mainframe by the server.
The system then will use the “Host” to find the “Scope”.
The scope name that the system is going to use is mandatory.
For a more information about Scope can be found in the section of “IBM z/OS Client Access”.
So the problem of the system is to know the scope name.
As it seems that it is no possible to find a “scope name” for the “BASIC” version, I’ve tryed to start a “reflection” application that return all the available scopes and the one that I’ve chooseed to “connect” is the “foster” scope name.
(It’s different of the “foster” which is the name of the “scope” that I’ve use in the “tunnel” type (t) and the one in the “host” (mydomain).
I’ve test it with my client (ssh) and with the webui that I’ve use to connect.
It doesn’t work but with the “Host” value that is mandatory to get the connection.
So in the “stream” value you must put “1” to “true”.
And for the “tunnel type” you must put “t”.
After the setting is done, to connect to the “Mainframe” the name of the scope is mandatory.
There is nothing that the system is going to do for you.
For more information about the “tunnel type” can be found in the section of “IBM z/OS Client Access”.
The “foster” scope name used in the “tunnel” type (t) and “Host” value must match the scope name of the mainframe.
It’s not a value that the system is going to set for you.
It works with the following tunnel and stream combination.
System Requirements For Z Scope Secure Tunnel:
Windows 7 or later with at least 1.4 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM
Requires a 512 MB video card and a keyboard and mouse
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