John T. Nelson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
20 Jan 88 16:11:09 GMT
> The PSN 7.0 New End-to-End Deployment to the ARPANET
> is now complete. The ARPANET is permanently running the
> New End-to-End protocol, with no cutback to the Old End-to-End
> anticipated, except if emergency conditions should arise. A
> message from Ken Pogran describing the recent corrective actions is
> Minor problems are still being cleaned up, but none, we believe,
> which seriously impact any users.
> Ken Turkewitz (BBNCC), Russ Mundy (DCA), Annette Bauman (DCA)
Our site is seriously impacted. Our machine (potomac.ads.com) is
unable to talk to the ARPAnet (except sun.com which is an X.25 site
like us, running the DDN software provided by Sun. I take it from the
above message that BBN no longer feels the problem is with the 7.0 PSN
software but rather with the sites.
John T. Nelson UUCP: sun!sundc!potomac!jtn Advanced Decision Systems Internet: email@example.com 1500 Wilson Blvd #512; Arlington, VA 22209-2401 (703) 243-1611
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