[Micronet] UPDATE: Mainframe Connection Settings Changing Oct 10th

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[Micronet] UPDATE: Mainframe Connection Settings Changing Oct 10th

Tim Heidinger
This message is for staff who support users of the mainframe Student DB2 database and the Campus Accounts Receivable System (CARS).

IMPORTANT DATE CHANGE: 
Mainframe login changes have been postponed to Monday, Oct 10th

Mainframe users will receive their new user id, temporary password and instructions on Monday, Oct 3rd.  

They have been asked to test their access to the DB2 Student database and CARS at UCOP early in the week and report any problems to [hidden email] or call me at (510) 629-4272.

Since you might be asked to help change the connection settings of Host Explorer, TN3270 or other terminal emulation,  here's a quick summary of the changes:

Current Settings: To be used though Fri, Oct 7th
Host name: ironwood.berkeley.edu   
Port number: 23 with ssl/tls security

New Settings: Start using Mon, Oct 10th
Host name: uccmvsb.ucop.edu
Port number: 992 with ssl/tls security

Note: Users are required to change their password the first time they login.

Additional information about this change is available at the Mainframe Migration FAQ

If you have questions, please contact me.

Thanks,
Tim Heidinger
Mainframe Migration Project Manager
(510) 629-4272   [hidden email]


 
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