4 Sep 1986 06:24-EDT
without commenting on the Wollongong software, which I am not qualified to
express an opinion about since I have not used it nor reviewed its operation
in detail, there is a lengthy publication available from the SRI NIC, and
also available on line, I believe, listing quite a number of commercial
TCP/IP related products. I don't have the book here with me but urge you
to investigate via the NIC.
Of course, you should get some interesting replies from the TCP-IP
distribution list, too. There is only modest support for VMS, as I
recall, as the bulk of the implementations stem from the Berkeley
UNIX effort (perhaps 50% are derived in that fashion).
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