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IBM Corporation Conformance Statement

Product Standard: Transport Service (XTI) V2

Organization International Business Machines Corporation
Author William L. Toth


1. Transport Service (XTI) V2

Product Information

Product IdentificationVersion/Release NumberProduct Supplier
1. AIX 5L for POWER V5.3(PID 5765-G03) Version 5, Release 3, Modification 0, dated 7-2006 or later International Business Machines Corporation 

Environment Specification

Testing Environment Binary-compatible Family Portability Environment Indicator of Compliance Compliance Details
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IBM pSeries UNIX Systems Master Model: 44P-170 Slave Model: 44P-170
HARDWARE: Systems using CHRP system architecture with POWER(tm) processors and 2, 8 or 128 port async cards. SOFTWARE: AIX 5L for POWER Version 5.3 dated 7-2006 or later with XL C/C++ 8.0, installed on JFS2 filesystems and running 32bit(ILP32_OFF32) mode on AIX's 64 bit kernel
Internationalised System Calls and Libraries Extended v2 Test Report from Test Suite Test Suite: VST 5.3.2
Test Report: OSCC-CTR-12-XTI

Temporary Waivers

None.


1.1 Scope of the Implementation

1.1.1 Transport Providers Supported

Question 1: Which service types and transport providers are supported by the product and what transport provider identifiers are used to access them?

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1.2 ISO Connection Mode Transport Provider

Questions 2 and 3 are only relevant for those products which support the ISO Connection-oriented Transport Service as indicated in the response to Question 9.

1.2.1 Quality of Service Options

Question 2: Does the product support negotiation of the following Quality of Service options?

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1.2.2 Management Options

Question 3: Which of the following XTI management options are supported by the product?

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1.3 ISO Connectionless Mode Transport Service

Questions 4 and 5 are only relevant to those XTI implementations which support an ISO Connectionless Mode transport provider as indicated in the response to Question 9.

1.3.1 Quality of Service Options

Question 4: Which of the following Quality of Service parameters are supported by the XTI product when an ISO Connectionless Mode transport service is used as the service provider?

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1.3.2 Management Options

Question 5: Does the product support the use of the T_TCL_CHECKSUM management option to allow user control over whether a checksum is computed for PDUs issued by an ISO Connectionless Mode transport provider?

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1.4 TCP Transport Providers

Question 6 need only be answered if support for a TCP transport provider is indicated in the response to Question 9.

1.4.1 TCP Options

Question 6: Which of the following options are supported for use with TCP transport providers?

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1.5 UDP Transport Provider

Question 7 need only be answered for those implementations which indicated support for a UDP service provider in answer to Question 9.

1.5.1 UDP Options

Question 7: Does the product support user control of the computation of UDP checksums by means of the T_UDP_CHECKSUM option?

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1.6 Internet Protocol Support

Question 8 need only be answered by those XTI products which support implementations of the Internet Protocol in their transport providers.

1.6.1 IP Options

Question 8: Which of the following options are supported at the IP-level by the transport provider(s) associated with the XTI product?

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1.7 Communications Interface

1.7.1 Required Protocol Stack Support

Question 9: Which protocol stacks does the product support?

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1.7.2 Optional Support for Protocols or Protocol Profiles

Question 10: What other protocols or protocol profiles does your product support?

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1.8 Recommended XTI Header Values Implemented

Question 11: Does your implementation use all the recommended values identified in the XTI specification as "recommended only, not mandatory for conformance"?

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Copyright © 2006 International Business Machines Corporation
All rights reserved.


2. Change History

DateNameComment
03-Aug-2006 William L. Toth Submission for the 8-2006 AIX V5.3 release 
09-Sep-2004 William L. Toth 8-2004 AIX V5.2 release update 
20-Nov-2002 William L. Toth Updated for AIX 5L V5.2 
28-Sep-2001 William L. Toth Updated for AIX 5L, 9-2001 release 
02-Oct-2000 William L. Toth Updated for AIX 4.3.3, 10-2000 release for OEM users of AIX 
10-May-1998 William L. Toth add Testing Environment and Binary Family 
24-Feb-1998 Mark S. Brown New. environment info needed. 

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