Steven Kahn (steve@aplvax)
Tue, 6 May 86 11:16:17 edt
First, a naive question about 1822/X.25 interoperability.
Is it a reality? We understand that all future PSN hook-ups
require X.25. Does this mean that we could establish TCP
connections via such an interface to another host that is
connected to its PSN via 1822?
Now for a totally unrelated question regarding IBM TCP/IP.
Do any of the software products for IBM (such as the UCLA
code) contain the application level functionality (such
as SMTP, Telnet and FTP) that I am used to in the UNIX
world? For example, is SMTP integrated into IBM's "mailer"?
(You can tell I'm not from the IBM world...)
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab
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