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NETSTAT command and some displays fail in Netmaster if stackname starts with 'I'

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Article ID: 105673

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Products

CMDB for z/OS NetSpy Network Performance NetMaster Network Automation SOLVE NetMaster Network Management for SNA NetMaster Network Management for TCP/IP NetMaster File Transfer Management

Issue/Introduction

Any NETSTAT command, or any display using a NETSTAT command that requires the name of the TCPIP stack fails if the stackname starts with the letter "I".
Result: IPCALL34 NETSTAT parameter (INTERVAL) not supported

Example:
NETSTAT TTLS TCP IPTCP1 CONN 000000FE DETAIL 
fails to return any output. 
IPTCP1 is the valid stack name 

Changing the command to 
NETSTAT TTLS TCP=IPTCP1 CONN 000000FE DETAIL 
works 

Removing TCP IP1NET works, but this appears to be hardcoded for some displays. 

an XDB debug suggests it is matching on the I of IP1NET and thinking it is the INTERVAL parmeter then flagging up and error that INTERVAL is invalid 


 

Cause

Debug suggests it is matching on the I of IP1NET and thinking it is the INTERVAL parameter then flagging up an error that the INTERVAL is invalid 

Environment

Release: SLOPFC00200-12.2-NetMaster-File Transfer Management
Component:

Resolution

SO04314