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1 LATCP

The LAT Control Program (LATCP) is a utility program used for configuring and controlling the LAT software on OpenVMS systems. You can invoke LATCP by entering the following command (TMPMBX privilege is required): $ RUN SYS$SYSTEM:LATCP At the LATCP> prompt, you can enter LATCP commands, including HELP. You can also execute a single LATCP command by using a DCL string assignment statement. For example, the following string assignment and subsequent DCL command allow you to execute the LATCP SET NODE command from the DCL command line: $ LCP :== $LATCP $ LCP SET NODE/STATE=ON Use LATCP to do the following: o Specify operational characteristics for your OpenVMS node and its services o Turn the state of the LAT port driver (LTDRIVER) on and off o Display the status of LAT services and service nodes in the network o Display the status of links created on your LAT node o Display the status of your LAT node o Show and zero LAT counters o Create, delete, and manage LAT ports o Recall previously entered LATCP commands so that you can execute them again without having to retype them o Create subprocesses so that you can execute DCL commands without exiting from LATCP Link to LATCP Help pages

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