on 12/06/97at 08:57 PM, the Great and Grand  Wazir HankHeath
<HankHeath@aol.com> said:

>Does *not* require WFWSG, because it seems to run directly over Telnet.
>So, all I need is a TCP/IP connection without any of the CA overhead. The
>keys are mapped properly, too. I was impressed. Anyone else have
>experience with this, before I pay for the product?

>Hank Heath

I am aware that OS/2 is pretty much dead in everyone's book, but it
includes TN5250 in the box with it, and OS/2 has a good tcp/ip stack and
an included Java tool kit.  The price of OS/2 is probably less than any of
the commercial TN5250 products.  It all runs easily and fast on 32 megs on
a small pentium machine.  

* my 2 cents, thanks for listening *

Booth Martin     

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