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SSH

Uploading Files Required for Installation

The following files need to be uploaded (you can find detailed instructions below) in binary mode to your z/OS host:

  • Tectia SSH Assistant XMIT file SSZASST.V060603.BXXXX.XMIT

    Extract the XMIT file from sszasst-6.6.3.XXX.zip to a temporary location on your local machine.

    (Replace the 'X's in the file names with the correct build number.)

    Upload the file with the following data set attributes:

    Data set organization: RECFM=FB
    Record length: LRECL=80
    Space allocation unit: TRACKS
    Primary space allocation: PRIMARY=15
  • Tectia Server for IBM z/OS product tar archivessh-tectia-server-zos-6.6.3.XXX-ibmzos_1_13.tar.Z

    Extract the product tar archive from tectia-server-zos-6.6.3.XXX-ibmzos_1_13-comm.zip to a temporary location on your local machine.

    The product tar archive ssh-tectia-server-zos-6.6.3.XXX-ibmzos_1_13.tar.Z can be transferred to either the Unix file system or to a sequential data set. Approximately 55M or 120 cylinders are required.

    You can use the following data set attributes:

    Data set organization: RECFM=U
    Maximum block size: BLKSIZE=32256
    Record length: LRECL=0
    Space allocation unit: CYLINDERS
    Primary space allocation: PRIMARY=120
  • Product licenses tar archive

Uploading Installation Files Using FTP

Connect to your z/OS host and change file transfer mode to binary:

ftp USER@zoshost
ftp> binary

Upload the Tectia SSH Assistant XMIT file:

ftp> quote site RECFM=FB LRECL=80 TRACKS PRIMARY=15
ftp> put SSZASST.V060603.BXXXX.XMIT

(Replace the XXXX in the XMIT file name with the correct build number.)

Upload the product tar archive (extracted from tectia-server-zos-6.6.3.XXX-ibmzos_1_13-comm.zip):

ftp> quote site RECFM=U BLKSIZE=32256 LRECL=0 CYLINDERS PRIMARY=120
ftp> put ssh-tectia-server-zos-6.6.3.XXX-ibmzos_1_13.tar.Z SSZ.V663XXX.TARZ

(Replace the XXX in the tar archive and destination data set names with the correct build number.)

Upload the licenses tar archive to the user's home directory:

ftp> cd /u/user/
ftp> put licences.tar
ftp> quit



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