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Thread: Drda

  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Drda

    Hi,
    I am trying to record some traffic while using the drda protocol.
    However, i am not familiar with the different applications that uses this protocol.
    My request is an application name and server where i can use this protocol and record its session traffic.
    ty.

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    could you specify more info on this question - it is not very clear..
    also the platform and level..
    have you looked at infocenter and snapshot
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  3. #3
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    drda

    I will try to be a little bit more clear about my question.
    All i am trying to do is capture some traffic of the drda protocol.
    I'm interested in the way that this protocol works.
    In order to explore this protocol i would like to set up an environment composed of a server and client.
    I have already downloaded the DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows trial version and what i am looking now is a client application that i can use do connect to the server and capture this traffic.
    I am working on a Win7 64-bit.
    Thank you.

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    It might be easier to read the protocol definition for humans at https://collaboration.opengroup.org/dbiop/ than capture and decipher raw data. However, if you want to go the hard way, DB2 JCC driver implements DRDA, so any Java client capable of using the Type 4 driver should suit your needs.
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