At 10:22 AM 11/8/97 -0600, Vern Hamberg wrote:
>>> Is there an easy way to connect this
>>>>equipment to a remote AS/400, or should we just replace it with twinax
>>>*nix is where tcp/ip started.  Now the AS/400 supports it too.  Its a
>>>natural solution to at least evaluate.
>>I could be wrong, but I thought he was refering to ASYNC devices.
>Even at that, diald and pppd, etc., can do the TCP thing, too, right? Or
>something like that?

Not dumb WYSE terminals.  Those are strictly ASYNC devices.  They hookup
fine to an ASCII WSC, but that's it.

Of course, if he wanted to retain the UNIX system they were hooked up to,
he could use the terminals to access TELNET on the host and logon to the '400.

Regardless, VT100 emmulation is a pain to use on an ongoing basis.


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