Re: Banyan TCP/IP bridge


Bob Dixon (TS0400%OHSTVMA.BITNET@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU)
Wed, 27 Jan 88 14:34:49 EST


Dave,

     I'm not sure I understand your question, but Banyan servers connect to
PC LANs via ethernet, token ring etc. as with any microcomputer net server.
Users on a PC have access to disks on the server by designating them as if
they were local disks on the PC. To deal with the internet, you must have
FTP, Inc software on the PC which provides all the usual tcp/ip services.
The Banyan server just routes the packets as needed. I feel that I am not
understanding what you are getting at. There are no multiplexors, etc
involved.

                                                Bob Dixon
                                                Ohio State University
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