How to create a Terminal Emulation connection

Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywherenection

After installing your terminal emulator, the next step would be creating a connection to the host, right?
This tutorial will guide you step by step to show you how to create a new connection to an AS/400, IBM Mainframe, and other hosts with z/Scope Anywhere.
Step 1: On the z/Scope Anywhere Configuration Manager, select the Connections icon:
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
Step 2: Double click on “New”:
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
Step 3: Press “Next”:
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
Step 4: Select your host type (in this example, we will be using an as/400 Mainframe) and click on “Next”:
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
NOTE: The next steps will be similar when selecting the other options to create host connections: Unix, VT, SSH or IBM Mainframe. Should you need any assiatnce, please send a message to [email protected].
Step 5: Unless you have other display specifications, click on “Next”:
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
Step 6: Type the IP address or URL of your host and press “Next”:
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
Step 7: Type a name for your connection and click on “Next”:
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
Step 8: Click on “Yes” and Done! The connection has been set up.
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
Now to access your newly established connection, type the IP address and port (by default, it’s the port 8023), or URL of your z/Scope Anywhere gateway on your browser. Once inside, click on your new connection:
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
After a few seconds, your connection will be established and you will be able to access your host:
Create a new connection to a mainframe with z/Scope Anywhere
Have any questions? Contact us at [email protected] or leave a message on this same post.

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