OSI Has Arrived!


braden@venera.isi.edu
Tue, 5 Apr 88 08:52:31 PST


There are intermittent bursts of controversy on this list about whether
or not the OSI protocols are only paper figments. Attached you will find
a piece of hard evidence that some OSI protocols (X.400) are actually alive
and functioning. You can tell this are real, not demoware, because it is
screwing up! (No, MTA is NOT the Boston subway system).

Bob Braden

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