B. SNA LU0 Protocol
 
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SNA LU0 Protocol
Listen Address Format
A listen address is a unique identifier used for interprocess communications. A Communications Server has two kinds of listen addresses. It uses one to receive messages from local processes and the other to receive messages from remote Communications Servers.
This section describes the format of the listen address used to receive messages from remote processes when the network protocol is SNA LU0.
Note:  To view or change your instance‚Äôs listen addresses, use the Configuration-By-Forms (cbf) utility or Configuration Manager (vcbf).