Dave McGuire <Mcguire@...
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>On 04/30/2012 04:32 PM, system@... wrote: >> Are
>you talking about CMU-Tek IP for VMS, or something else? I'm >> unaware
>of any CMU IP implementation for PDP-11. > > Yup. I was wondering aloud
>what it might take to "backport" it to PDP > RSTS or RSX.
> That would be a tough job, I suspect. Johnny Billquist has a TCP/IP
>stack, written from scratch, running under RSX now though. A week or
>two ago he even brought up a web server with rudimentary CGI support on
>>> I know you're pretty busy these days, but are you involved in/aware
>of >> HECnet? I just brought my tunnels up last night and can see the
>whole >> network via multiple paths. Great stuff. > > I know what it is
>but I've long since abandoned the idea of "global" > DECnet in the
>TCP/IP internet era. I do have some clients who I've > setup DECnet
>over IP to simplify file transfer but nothing close to > a really wide
> Well this one isn't exactly for "client" applications. ;) HECnet is
>just a hobby/fun DECnet VPN. We're having a great deal of fun with it,
>and it's a great bunch of guys. And it's quite a big network!
Yeah, I don't think my clients would like to be on a "hobbyist" network
with real production work to be done. ;)
OK. I'm heading off to EWR to get my UK friends. Let the liver damage