libraries for PC TCP/IP


Jean Sylwanowicz (sdcrdcf!psivax!nrcvax!jean@oberon.usc.edu)
20 Jun 88 18:09:20 GMT


James Van Bokkelen writes:

In fact, most commercial TCP/IP packages for DOS can be purchased with an
Applications Programming Interface of some sort. Our PC/TCP, Sun's PC/NFS,
Excelan's EXOS 8051, and NRC's all have libraries that emulate Berkeley
sockets, for Microsoft C. I don't know details of Bridge's offering. I
think each product supports all memory models, but I don't think anyone is
shipping code for 5.0 or 5.1 yet.

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Network Research (NRC) is providing support for Microsoft 5.0 with its
Program Development System (PDS) libraries as an option to FUSION version
3.2 - it is to be released by the end of June.

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