The information in this section describes how to use the Control Center to configure communications on the server.
To configure an Administration Server for communications, go to Chapter 23. "Setting up Communications on the Server Using the Command Line Processor".
The Control Center is a graphical tool available on OS/2, Windows 95, and Windows NT. Use the Control Center's setup communications function to configure communications on the server. The Control Center allows you to:
When you add support for a new protocol to the server system, the setup communications function detects and generates parameter values for the new protocol; you can accept or modify them before use. When you remove support for an existing protocol from the server system, the setup communications function detects the protocol that has been removed and disables its use by the instance.
You can add a protocol that has not been detected, however, you must supply all parameter values before you proceed.
The setup communications function can be used to maintain communications of both local and remote server instances.
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