• Subject: Re: SNADS over ANYNET TCP/ip
  • From: "Peter H. O'Connor" <PHOC@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 5 Mar 1999 13:20:33 -0500

Message text written by INTERNET:MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Bruce writes:

>             But if you had to deliver 7 cars, would you drive them one
> at a time or load them on a truck and carry them all at once.

Yes, but most people don't own the flatbed truck.  More and more
installations are not using SNADS because SNADS is not available on one
end or the other.  SO...  why fight it?  I don't use OS/2 anymore
because...  I use OS/400, Windose 95, NT, Linux and AIX.  Of those,
almost all of the systems other than OS/400 do not have the SNADS


Lets say that you would ship 7 files to seven different 400s at the same
time with TCP/IP and one did not care if the 400s were listening for the
file to be shipped to them.  In short, you have a qing method on TCP/ip
that lets one ship to any 400 using TCP with an efficient Qing method.

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