SET HOST is a DCL command that connects your terminal (through the current host processor) to another processor, called the remote processor. The command requires that:
- You must have an account on the remote system to log in.
- The NETMBX (network mailbox) privilege is set.
SET HOST node-name
- /DTE connects your system to a remote system through an outgoing terminal line
- /DUP connects your terminal to a storage controller through the appropriate bus for that controller.
- /HSC connects your terminal to an HSC disk and tape controller through the computer interconnect (CI) bus.
- /LAT connects your terminal to a specified service available on the local area network (LAN).
- /RLOGIN allows you to log in to a remote host over a TCP/IP connection and start an interactive terminal session by accessing the RLOGIN application.
- /TELNET connects you to a remote host over a TCP/IP connection by invoking the TELNET application.
- /TN3270 connects you to a remote IBM host over a TCP/IP connection, causing the local keyboard to emulate an IBM 3279-class terminal keyboard by invoking the TN3270 terminal emulator.