Discussion group on campus-sized networks.

Fri, 6 May 1988 09:15:33 LCL

This is a reminder that there is an electronic-mail "list" or "discussion
group" dedicated to campus-sized networks. I created it largely because I
saw messages on the TCP-IP list that were really more about campus-sized
networks than about TCP-IP and thought it would be nice to have a place
where we wouldn't feel guilty discussing the stuff. You are welcome to
join this list (which typically has about half the volume of TCP-IP).
See the "blurb" below.

John Wobus
Syracuse University


   This list is for the discussion of issues in designing and operating
   Campus-Size Local Area Networks, especially complex ones utilizing
   multiple technologies and supporting multiple protocols. Topics
   include repeaters, bridges, routers and gateways; how to incorporate
   smaller Personal-Computer type LANs into the campus-wide LAN; how to
   unify the mail systems, etc. This is an ideal list in which to debate
   the relative merits of bridges vs routers.

   All requests to be added to or deleted from this list, problems,
   questions, etc., should be sent to BIG-REQ@SUVM.ACS.SYR.EDU (Internet)
   or or BIG-REQ@SUVM (Bitnet). Those familiar with revised LISTSERV can
   subscribe with LISTSERV@SUVM.ACS.SYR.EDU (Internet) or (Internet) or LISTSERV@SUVM

   Archives are available through revised LISTSERV.

   Coordinator: John Wobus <JMWOBUS@SUVM.ACS.SYR.EDU>

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