• Subject: Re: SNADS over ANYNET TCP/ip
  • From: "R. Bruce Hoffman, Jr." <rbruceh@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 05 Mar 1999 14:47:43 -0500

Peter H. O'Connor wrote:

> I understand the concept needed but the thing is that I am toying with;  is
> it worth the time and enegy to provide these funcitons to a few selected
> clients.  Or is ANYNET tcp/ip an efficient method?

If you are *only* going to do this for a few clients, probably not. 
They can use the anynet support.  Efficient would only matter if they
have barge loads of data to move.

Set up anynet and forget it.

BUT, if you want to market this product to the world, then I would
suspect that there may very well be a market for it.

Of course I have been wrong in the past, I probably will be wrong at
some point in the future.

R. Bruce Hoffman, Jr. -- IBM Certified AS/400 Administrator

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