The mainframe display is used to view host applications and transfer files. The mainframe printer is used to route jobs from the mainframe printer queue to a Windows printer. Both the mainframe display and printer use interfaces to connect to the host.
The table below describes the standard features and interfaces of Rumba Mainframe Edition:
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The table below describes the standard features and interfaces of the Rumba printer:
|Rumba Mainframe Printer (3287 emulation)||Allows users to route jobs from the mainframe printer queue to a Windows printer.|
|PC printer queues|| Lists the printer queues for all network and local printers set up in Windows.
Users can use PC Printer Queues to control Windows printers.
|Print log||Lists documents that have been printed using the Rumba printer, including documents printed from the host as well as from PC applications.|
The table below describes the interfaces used to connect to the host:
|Microsoft SNA Server||Connects to mainframe hosts through a suite of integrated services. SNA Server acts as an SNA gateway using two types of connections, client-to-server and server-to-mainframe.|
|MPTN (SNA over TCP/IP)|| Connects to a mainframe host using SNA APPC to communicate over TCP/IP networks.
Provides transparent access to functions such as mainframe printing and file transfer.
|TN3270E||Uses a TCP/IP protocol stack to connect to a mainframe host via a Telnet server.|