Re: telnet v.s. rlogin


Charles Hedrick (aramis.rutgers.edu!athos.rutgers.edu!hedrick@rutgers.edu)
26 Oct 88 23:42:40 GMT


> The design of telnet implies that data is
> always sent in segments with a line terminator.

I presume you're talking about go ahead. That is almost never used.
When you're talking to a full-duplex host you negotiate it off.
Except for Braden's MVS implementation, even software for IBM hosts
doesn't do go aheads. This option appears to be defunct.



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