Submission for mod-protocols-tcp-ip


Samudra E. Haque (dayton!umn-cs!haque@rutgers.edu)
11 Apr 87 04:52:12 GMT


Path: umn-cs!haque
From: From: haque@umn-cs.UUCP (Samudra E. Haque)
Newsgroups: mod.protocols.tcp-ip
Subject: Re: TCP on an HP 3000
Keywords: TCP HP3000 HP9000
Message-ID: <1476@umn-cs.UUCP>
Date: 11 Apr 87 04:52:09 GMT
Article-I.D.: umn-cs.1476
Posted: Fri Apr 10 22:52:09 1987
References: <5985@dartvax.UUCP>
Organization: CSci Systems Group,University of Minnesota,Mpls.
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In article <In article <5985@dartvax.UUCP>, In article <5985@dartvax.UUCP>, richb.UUCP@dartvax.UUCP (Richard E. Brown) writes:
>
> I wasn't paying much attention a couple of months ago, but I seem
> to remember that someone said that there was an implementation of
> TCP on HP3000 computers.
>
Speaking of HP's..

We have HP 9000/200 and /300 machines. While the /300 have full
networking (psuedo BSD), the /200 machines do not have any networking
hardware available for them. (according to our HP rep) We are running
HP/UX on them.

Am I wrong in assuming that there really is no future for networking
the /200 machines or that they might become very expensive to have
networking on ?

                                Samudra E. Haque
                                Computer Science Systems Group
                                University of Minnesota
                                Minneapolis, MN 55455

        haque@umn-cs.arpa or ..!dayton!umn-cs!haque
                     or (612) 625-0876



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