• Subject: Re: SNADS over ANYNET TCP/ip
  • From: "Peter H. O'Connor" <PHOC@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Mar 1999 17:02:24 -0500

Message text written by INTERNET:MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Dave asks

Are you about to offer us an alternative, or is this just hypothetical?

I have some clients that are switching to TCP/IP and dropping SNADS because
of the slowness.    Some of our applications use SNADS.  I am tring to get
a feel for the value of trying to do something for these clients or am I
just trying to waste my time and resources.  Unfortunately, the clients
cannot give me enough input to determine what is the best practical
approach.  This body is loaded with sharp individuals that know what they
are talking about.   If this body thinks ANYNET is slow with SNADS to an IP
address, I will have to look at alternatives to helping these clients. 
Therefore, this is hypothetical but the hypothetical is very possible.  
Hope that answers your questions?

Peter H. O'Connor
PAE Inc.
7 Riverway Rd.
Salem, MA 01970
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