What is coded in the logonid SOURCE field and X(SGP) record is the restricted list of the allowed
sources from which the user can logon to the system.
The source that this logon has (TCPIP) is not included in the list and therefore the logon
You have three options..
1) Change the X(SGP) to include TCPIP
2) Change the POE value set in the RACROUTE REQUEST=VERIFY that is issued by DSNVEU3
to something other than TCPIP (there may be a parameter in dsnveu3 or it may require an enhacement or usermod).
3) Do not restrict the source at logon time.
Note: Option 2 is not recommended
SMFID= SYSD TOD= 14:34:21.71 TRACEID= TEST USERID= DDEEFFG
JOBNAME= DB2ADIST ASID= 0128 PGM= DSNVEUS3 CURR RB= DSNVEUS3
SFR/RFR= 8/48:0 MODE= TASK APF= AUTHORIZED LOCKS= NONE
SAFDEF= VERIFY INTERNAL MODE= GLOBAL
TOKNOUT DATA AREA FOLLOWS
00013857 +000 50010000 00000000 00000000 00000000 *&...............*
00013867 +010 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 *................*
00013877 +020 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 *................*
00013887 +030 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 *................*
00013897 +040 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 *................
The return and reason code means that the user is not authorised to the POE
30 (Decimal 48)
The user is not authorized to the port of entry in the TERMINAL, JESINPUT, or CONSOLE class.
Indicates the user is not authorized to the port of entry.
Indicates the user is not authorized to access the system on this day, or at this time of day.
Indicates the port of entry cannot be used on this day, or at this time of day.
Note: The port of entry refers to the TERMINAL class, the JESINPUT class, and the CONSOLE
class ports of entry
RACROUTE REQUEST=VERIFY from program DSNVEU3 is different to most other programs because
the POE defined in the verify request is hard coded as TCPIP and not the IP address.