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                     NETWORK PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATIONS
                                    AND
                               VENDORS GUIDE



                                August 1990



                     NETWORK PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATIONS
                                    AND
                               VENDORS GUIDE




                                August 1990



                                 Editors:

                               Steven Bjork
                               April Marine









Additional  copies  of  this  document may be obtained from SRI International,
333 Ravenswood Avenue,  Room  EJ291, Menlo Park, CA  94025.  Price is
$45.00 domestic, $55.00 overseas.









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It  is  the  intent of SRI International to make the Network Protocol 
Implementations and  Vendors  Guide  widely  available  to subscribers of
the  DDN.    The  Guide  may  be  obtained  in hardcopy or
machine-readable form.  Hardcopy is  available  from  the  NIC  for  $45.00
($55.00  overseas)  to  cover the costs of reproduction and handling.  Send
check or  purchase  order  to  the  SRI International, Room EJ291,
333  Ravenswood Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025.  Copies are available online
to DDN  users  who  have  access  to  the  file transfer services, FTP or
KERMIT, using pathname NETINFO:VENDORS-GUIDE.DOC.

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Network  Protocol  Implementations and Vendors Guide.  Printed and bound in
the United States of America.  Published by  the  DDN  Network  Information


Date:
August, 1990

ISBN 0-944604-10-2








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                                  NOTICE

The Network Protocol Implementation and Vendors Guide is for  informational
purposes  only.    Inclusion  of an implementation or product in this Guide
does not constitute an endorsement or an  official  recommendation  on  the
part  of  the  Defense  Communications  Agency  (DCA), the Defense Advanced
Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the DDN Network Information Center (NIC),
or  the Department of Defense (DoD).  Omission of any vendor or implementor
has no significant implication, other than that the NIC had no  information
about  that  product  or  implementation,  or  that the information was not
forthcoming by the time  of  publication.    Anyone  planning  to  use  the
hardware  or  software  described  in  this  Guide is advised to thoroughly
investigate the suitability, quality, costs, available support,  and  other
related  details  pertaining  to any given selection, and to make sure that
products or implementations being considered for use on  the  Defense  Data
Network  (DDN)  comply  with  the  official DoD Military Standard (MIL-STD)
protocols.

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                              ACKNOWLEDGMENTS




The DDN Protocol Implementations and Vendors Guide was prepared by the  DDN
Network Information Center (NIC) for the Defense Communications System Data
Systems (DCS DS) Office under contract number DCA-200-87-C-0020, CDRLs E009
and E009A.  The Guide was compiled with the assistance of many people, most
of whom are cited as contacts for the products and  implementations  listed
within this document.  The NIC gratefully acknowledges their contributions.











































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INTRODUCTION



This  is  a  guide  to implementations and products associated with the DoD
Defense Data Network (DDN) suite of data communication  protocols,  notably
TCP/IP and OSI implementations.  It is published for informational purposes
only by SRI International  on  behalf of the Defense Communications System
Data Systems (DCS DS) Office to assist those wishing to identify existing
implementations or products incorporating the DoD protocols.

The guide has four major sections.

Section  One  contains  background  information  about  DoD  protocols, DDN
protocol policy, and qualification testing and evaluation procedures.    It
also  explains  how  to  obtain  specific  DoD  protocol specifications and
related documentation.

Sections Two through Four contain the implementation descriptions.  Section
Two  lists  software  implementations,  sorted  alphabetically  by  company
machine type.   The  Digital  Equipment  Corporation  and  IBM  Corporation
sections  cover  a  wide range of machinery software from PC/compatibles to
minis and mainframes; each is listed  alphabetically  within  each  machine
category.  A "Multiple Machine Implementations" list completes the Software
section.

Section Three contains hardware implementations  sorted  alphabetically  by
company  machine  type  and  concludes  with  a  list  of  multiple machine
implementations.

Section Four, called Analysis Tools, covers the field of  network  analysis
products,  notably  protocol  and  network  analyzers.   See also RFC 1147,
"Network Management Tool Catalog," containing a listing  of  many  products
available.

The  index  at  the  back  of  the  book  can assist in locating particular
implementations.  It is sorted by operating system, machine  type,  company
name and important keywords such as "X.25," "OSI," and "Gateway."

This  document  is  available  to  Internet  users  as a public file on the
NIC.DDN.MIL host (192.67.67.20).  The file can be copied via FTP or  KERMIT
using the pathname: NETINFO:VENDORS-GUIDE.DOC.



SYMBOL KEY:

v              Taken from vendor literature


Last edit:      April, 1990


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NOTE FOR VENDORS:

The last page of the guide contains a convenient form for mailing in vendor
information or updates to this text.  Network users may also send the  form
via electronic mail to NIC@NIC.DDN.MIL.













































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1. BACKGROUND

1.1. The DoD Protocol Suite

In  1982 the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Transmission
Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP) were designated  official
DoD  network  communication  protocols  by  the  Office of the Secretary of
Defense (OSD).  These protocols are currently in use by the DDN,  as  is  a
DoD   version  of  X.25.    In  late  1987  DoD  began  its  transition  to
international protocols.  (See Section 1.1.3 below.)   Subscribers  to  the
DDN  need  implementations  and  vendor  products that incorporate both the
TCP/IP  and  the  OSI-based  protocols,  and  protocols  that  assist  with
conversion   between  the  two.    This  guide  provides  a  list  of  such
implementations and products.



1.1.1. DoD Protocol Selection and Announcement Procedures

Official Military Standard  (MIL-STD)  protocols  are  selected  through  a
rigorous   review   process  by  the  military  services  and  the  Defense
Communications Agency (DCA).  Once selected,  they  are  deposited  at  the
Naval  Publications  and  Forms  Center  and  are announced in the catalogs
published by that organization as official military standards.  See Section
1.3.1 for guidelines on ordering MIL-STDs.

The  Department  of  Defense and each branch of the military have their own
protocol announcement procedures as do  non-military  government  agencies,
such  as the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST, formerly
the National Bureau of Standards).  Commercial, national, and international
standards  organizations  also  have  their  own  review  and  announcement
procedures.  See IEEE  Communications  Magazine,  Vol.  23,  No.  1,  43-55
(January  1985)  for an excellent overview of the standardization practices
of the various protocol standardization bodies within and outside of DoD.



1.1.2. OSD Directives

A number of memoranda from the Office of the Secretary of Defense have been
issued  which  are  specific policy statements regarding the DoD protocols.
These memoranda are  available  via  FTP,  KERMIT  or  SERVICE,  the  NIC's
automatic electronic mail service, from the NIC.DDN.MIL host computer using
the following pathnames:

Host-to-Host Protocols for Data
  Communication Networks                PROTOCOLS:OSDIR-1.TXT
DoD Policy on Standardization of Host-to-Host Protocols
  for Data Communications Networks      PROTOCOLS:OSDIR-2.TXT
DDN Implementation                      PROTOCOLS:OSDIR-3.TXT
DoD Policy on DDN Protocols             PROTOCOLS:OSDIR-4.TXT
DoD Statement on NRC Report on TP4      PROTOCOLS:OSDIR-5.TXT
Open Systems Interconnection Protocols  PROTOCOLS:OSDIR-7-87.TXT

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Open Systems Interconnection Protocols  PROTOCOLS:OSDIR-12-88.TXT
Conformance Testing of Military Standards Data
  Communications Protocol Implementations                                  



1.1.3. DoD Plans for the Transition to International Protocols

Vendors and  implementors  should  be  aware  that  the  DoD  has  recently
announced  that  it  intends to transition to international protocols, when
and if these protocols meet the requirements of the DoD.  It is anticipated
that   any   such  transition  will  take  place  gradually  and  will  not
significantly  impact  the  functionality,  or   the   current   level   of
interoperability  on  the  DDN.  To assist with this transition, this guide
will include transition products as they are developed.

The following is an extract from  a  memorandum  from  the  office  of  the
Assistant  Secretary  of  Defense  for Command, Control, Communications and
Intelligence that specifically addresses the Department of Defense plans to
transition  from the current suite of military standard data communications
protocols based  on  the  TCP/IP  protocols  to  the  suite  of  networking
protocols  based  on the international standards.  (Available online in its
entirety as PROTOCOLS:OSDIR-12-88.TXT from the NIC.DDN.MIL host computer.)





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                            M E M O R A N D U M




MEMORANDUM FOR:
                SECRETARIES OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS
                CHAIRMAN, JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF
                DIRECTORS, DEFENSE AGENCIES

SUBJECT:        Open Systems Interconnection Protocols




From  now  until  August  1990,  the  OSI  protocols specified in GOSIP are
adopted as a full co-standard to the Department of Defense protocols  which
provide  similar  services  (MIL-STDs  1777, 1778, 1780, and 178l).  During
this period the DoD protocols may continue to be specified in addition  to,
in  lieu  of,  or  as  an  optional  alternative  to  the corresponding OSI

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protocols.  Effective August 1990, the OSI  protocols  specified  in  GOSIP
become the sole mandatory interoperable protocol suite and must be included
in all proposals for new automated information systems and  major  upgrades
which  require  net-  work  services.    After  that time DoD protocols may
continue to be acquired in addition to the OSI protocols when  required  to
support   operational  needs.    OSI  protocols  which  provide  additional
functionality will be added to GOSIP as implementation  specifications  for
these  protocols  are  developed.    These  protocols  must be cited in all
proposals eighteen months following their adoption into GOSIP.

The Department of Defense OSI Implementation Strategy was published by  the
Defense Communications Agency in May 1988 to establish the OSI protocols as
a military co-standard with  the  current  DoD  protocols  and  to  provide
guidance   for   implementing  DoD/OSI  protocol  interoperability  in  DoD
networks.  The Services and agencies should use this document in developing
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1.1.4. Government OSI Profile (GOSIP)

A  Federal  Information  Processing  Standard (FIPS) has been issued by the
National Bureau of Standards (NBS) for GOSIP in the Federal Register,  V52,
Vo. 208, Oct. 28, 1987.

This  FIPS  proposes  a  Federal  Information  Processing  Standard  for  a
Government Open Systems Interconnection Profile (GOSIP)  and  outlines  the
policy  of the Federal government, including the DoD transition from TCP/IP
to ISO international protocols.

The  GOSIP  cites  the   Implementation   Agreements   for   Open   Systems
Interconnection  Protocols, the Manufacturing Automation Protocol (MAP) and
Technical and  Office  Protocols  (TOP)  specifications,  as  well  as  the
numerous federal standards, military standards, and international standards
from ISO and CCITT upon which the "Workshop Agreements" are based.

GOSIP supports the  Message  Handling  Systems  (MHS)  and  File  Transfer,
Access,   and   Management   applications  (FTAM).    GOSIP  also  supports
interconnection   of   the   following   network   technologies:      CCITT
Recommendation X.25; Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection
(IEEE 802.3);  Token  Bus  (IEEE  802.4);  and  Token  Ring  (IEEE  802.5).
Additional  applications  and  network  technologies will be added to later
versions of the GOSIP document or vendor products in which  such  protocols
are embedded.

1.2. The Defense Data Network (DDN)

All equipment attached to the DDN by military subscribers must incorporate,
or be compatible with, the  DoD  internet  and  transport  protocols.    In
addition,  the  OSI  message handling and file transfer protocols, together
with their underlying protocols as defined in GOSIP, have been  adopted  as
experimental co-standards to the DoD protocols.

Potential  implementors  should  be aware that protocol implementations for
use in the DoD environment MUST comply with the  MIL-STD  versions  of  the
protocol  specifications.   It is also important that the LATEST version of
these specifications be used.  Most of the protocol  documents  needed  for
implementation purposes are included in the DDN Protocol Handbook issued by
the DDN Network Information Center.  This handbook can serve  as  a  useful
reference  to  DoD protocols; however, implementors using this or any other
similar document should always check to see if there are any later protocol
or policy changes that apply.



1.2.1. DDN Protocol Conformance Testing

Subscriber  interfaces which are to be used on the DDN must be qualified by
meeting a series of performance tests.  The results  of  these  tests  must
satisfy  a  Technical Acceptance Team made up of personnel from the DCS DS,
the Defense Communications Engineering Center (DCEC), or other  appropriate
assignees.    The  DCS  DS has the final approving authority for subscriber

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interface qualification.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST),  under  contract
to  the  Defense  Communications  Agency/Defense Communications Engineering
Center  (DCA/DCEC),  has  established  a  National   Volunteer   Laboratory
Accreditation  Program  (NVLAP) to provide standardized test procedures for
military  standard  data  communications  protocols.      NVLAP   accredits
organizations  to  perform  conformance tests of specific protocols.  It is
required  that  such  conformance  testing  be  performed  prior  to  first
operational  use  of  the  protocols on any DoD network for those contracts
executed after 1 June 1989.  These tests apply to the  protocols  specified
in MIL-STDs 1777 (Internet Protocol), 1778 (Transmission Control Protocol),
1780 (File Transfer Protocol), 1781 (Simple Mail  Transfer  Protocol),  and
1782 (Telnet Protocol).  Organizations are also accredited to test the X.25
interface protocol.

Further details regarding the conformance testing requirements can be found
in  the  26  August  1988  Memorandum issued by the office of the Assistant
Secretary of Defense titled "Conformance Testing of Military Standard  Data
Communications  Protocol  Implementations."    This  document  can be found
online at the NIC.DDN.MIL host as PROTOCOLS:OSIDR-8-88.TXT.

This Guide is not the official "Defense Data Network (DDN)  X.25  Qualified
Host  Interfaces"  list.    That list is issued periodically as a DCA memo.
For information on how  to  acquire  the  list,  contact  the  DDN  Network
Information Center.

1.3. Obtaining Protocol Documentation



1.3.1. Military Standards

Official Military Standards (MIL-STDS) may be ordered from the

    Naval Publications and Forms Center, Code 3015
    5801 Tabor Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA  19120
    Phone: (215) 697-3321 (order tape)
            (215) 697-4834 (conversation)



1.3.2. RFCs

Requests  for Comments (RFCs) are a set of protocol-related technical notes
available from the NIC.  Network users may obtain online  copies  from  the
NIC.DDN.MIL  host  using  the  file  transfer  services,  FTP  or KERMIT or
SERVICE.  Pathnames are of the format RFC:RFCnnnn.TXT (where "nnnn" is  the
number of the RFC).

RFCs  can  also  be  purchased in hardcopy from the NIC.  The prices are as
follows:

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    RFC Index       $10.00 domestic/$13.00 foreign
    RFCs            $10.00 domestic/$13.00 foreign


An  RFC  Subscription  service  is   available   for   $225.00   per   year
domestic/$275.00 foreign.



1.3.3. DDN Protocol Handbook

The  DDN  Protocol  Handbook  is  a  four-volume  reference  set containing
official DoD network protocols and experimental ARPANET protocols, together
with  military standards, implementation guidelines, and related background
information.  Published by the NIC.

  NIC Price: $265.00 per set domestic/$350.00 per set foreign



1.3.4. Government OSI Profile (GOSIP)

Network users may obtain online copies from the NIC.DDN.MIL  host  via  FTP
(using  the  anonymous  login  convention), KERMIT, or SERVICE by using the
following pathnames:

      PROTOCOLS:GOSIP-FEDREG.TXT       Federal Register announcement
                                       of the FIPS
      PROTOCOLS:GOSIP-V1.DOC           The GOSIP Profile
      PROTOCOLS:OSDIR-7-87.TXT         The OSD Directive to proceed
                                       with policy within the DoD
      PROTOCOLS:GOSIP-FIPS-DRAFT.TXT   The GOSIP FIPS draft
      PROTOCOLS:NBSOSI-AGREEMENTS.DOC  NBS OSI Implementation Agreements

Hardcopy of the GOSIP document and the NBS  OSI  Implementation  Agreements
can  be  ordered  from  the  NIC for $50.00 domestic/$90.00 foreign or from
either of the following sources:

    National Technical Information Service (NTIS)
    U.S. Department of Commerce
    5285 Port Royal Road
    Springfield, VA  22161
    (703) 485-4560 (order desk)

    U.S. Government Printing Office
    Washington, DC 20402
    (202) 783-3238







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1.3.5. Blacker Front End Interface Control Document

The Blacker Front End Interface Control Document contains the specification
for  end-to-end  data encryption on the DDN.  It may be obtained via FTP or
KERMIT from the NIC.DDN.MIL host using pathname NETINFO:BLACKER.DOC and  is
also reproduced in the DDN Protocol Handbook.



1.3.6. DDN X.25 Host Interface Specification

This   document  contains  the  specific  options  and  features  of  CCITT
Recommendation X.25 (1980) and the Federal Information Processing  Standard
(FIPS)  100/Federal Standard 1041, (July 1983).  Published by DCA, December
1983.

    NIC Price:  $10.00 domestic/$13.00 foreign



1.3.7. DDN Subscriber Interface Guide

The  DDN  Subscriber  Interface  Guide  describes  representative  hardware
connections to the DDN, and includes guidelines for connecting equipment to
the DDN.  Published by DCA, July 1983.

    NIC Price:  $10.00 domestic/$13.00 foreign



1.3.8. DDN Subscriber Security Guide

This guide describes the security architecture of the DDN.    Published  by
DCA, November 1983.

    NIC Price:  $10.00 domestic/$13.00 foreign


















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1.3.9. NIC Document Ordering Information

Documents  can  be ordered from SRI, by sending a check, money order, or
purchase order for the total amount in US  dollars,  made  payable  to  SRI
International.  Non-military California residents must add 7.25% sales tax.
Cash payments or charge cards are not accepted.  You  may  fax  a  document
request  and  its purchase order.  For all orders, please include your full
name, US mailing address with  zip  code,  telephone  number,  and  network
mailbox (if available) and send to:

    SRI International, Room EJ291
    333 Ravenswood Avenue
    Menlo Park, CA  94025
    (800) 235-3155 or (415) 859-3695
    FAX: (415) 859-6028

Send  online requests for an order form to NIC@NIC.DDN.MIL, or call SRI at
one of the above telephone numbers.



1.3.10. NIC Shipping Information

DOMESTIC (USA and Canada):  Orders are  shipped  via  UPS  ground  service.
Please allow 5-10 working days for delivery.  Prices include postage.

OVERSEAS:    Overseas  orders are shipped via "air printed matter".  Prices
include postage.

SPECIAL:    Orders  will  be  shipped  via  courier  services  by   special
arrangement  only.   If you want an order shipped via one of these methods,
please request a document order form from the NIC.





















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2. SOFTWARE IMPLEMENTATIONS

2.1. ALLIANT COMPUTER SYSTEMS CORP.



2.1.1. Alliant Computer Systems Corp.


2.1.1.1. Concentrix

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  Concentrix

DESCRIPTION:

       Alliant Concentrix Operating System includes TCP/IP support  for
    Ethernet,  Hyperchannel  and UltraNet.  It also provides users with
    familiar DoD utilities such as FTP, Telnet and SMTP.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Alliant FX/Series and Visualization Series

O/S:

       UNIX, Concentrix (BSD 4.3 compatible)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Alliant Computer Systems Corp.
       One Monarch Drive
       Littleton, MA 01460

CONTACT:

       Daniel Palka, Product Manager, (508) 486-4950

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Bundled with Concentrix. Contact Alliant for details.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary to Alliant Computer

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989


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2.2. APPLE COMPUTERS



2.2.1. KINETICS


2.2.1.1. HostAccess

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  HostAccess

DESCRIPTION:

       HostAccess  is  a  collection  of  software  applications  which
    provide  Macintosh  users  direct  access  to  multiple hosts on an
    Ethernet network.  It includes:  TELNET, which allows  a  Macintosh
    to  log  on  to a TCP/IP host computer and work interactively using
    the Macintosh as a VT-100 display terminal; and FTP, a utility that
    lets  users  list local and remote directories, and allows transfer
    of files from one host to another.   Any  Macintosh  equipped  with
    HostAccess  gains  seamless  access  to a broad range of dissimilar
    hosts, servers,  workgroups,  and  peripherals  -  including  other
    Macintoshes,   PCs,   VAXes,   IBM   mainframes,   Sun   UNIX-based
    workstations, printers, plotters, and file servers.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Macintosh II, Macintosh SE, Macintosh Plus

O/S:

       Macintosh O/S

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Kinetics
       2540 Camino Diablo
       Walnut Creek, CA 94596

CONTACT:

       Susan Hanson, Product Manager (415) 947-0998

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:


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       HostAccess 9870074-00

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.2.2. Novell


2.2.2.1. LAN WorkPlace for Macintosh

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    LAN WorkPlace for Macintosh

DESCRIPTION:

       LAN WorkPlace for Macintosh provides Apple Macintosh users  with
    transparent  access  to  a  broad  range  of  hosts,  servers,  and
    workgroups on a local area network.  Using the  familiar  Macintosh
    interface,  users  enjoy  fast,  easy access to all resources on an
    industry-standard   TCP/IP    network,    including    PC's,    VAX
    minicomputers,   IBM   mainframes,  Unix  workstations,  and  host-
    connected peripherals  such  as  printers  and  plotters.    Remote
    sessions look and feel as if they reside on the Macintosh desktop.

       LAN  WorkPlace for Macintosh consists of TCPort transport system
    software and HostAccess network application software.    HostAccess
    gives   users   powerful,industry-standard   network  communication
    utilities,  including  terminal   emulation   and   file   transfer
    capabilities.

DOCUMENTATION:

       LAN  WorkPlace  for  Macintosh  User's  Guide is included in the
    package.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       A Macintosh Plus, SE, SE/30 or any of the Macintosh II family of
    computers with a least 1 mb of RAM.

O/S:

       MACos

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Novell Authorized Resellers

CONTACT:

       800-LANKIND

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       LAN WorkPlace for Macintosh/ ordering part #9870074-00

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DDN-QUALIFIED:

       YES

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.2.2.2. TCPort Developers Kit

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    TCPort Developers Kit

DESCRIPTION:

       TCPort Developers Kit is a software platform for the development
    of distributed Macintosh network applications  running  on  top  of
    TCP/IP,  a  de  facto  protocol  standard  for  networking multiple
    dissimilar hosts.  TCPort consists of two parts:  (1) a  choice  of
    two  basic TCP/IP transport systems, one provided by Novell and one
    from Apple Computer, and (2) an application  programming  interface
    (API).    The  TCP/IP  transport system, which includes drivers for
    TCP,IP and UDP, provides  seamless  TCP/IP  connectivity,  allowing
    Macintoshes  to  communicate  with  other TCP/IP hosts, servers and
    workstations on a network.

       The  4.3  BSD  socket  library  API  assists   programmers   and
    developers  in  developing  distributed TCP/IP applications for the
    Macintosh.  This socket model gives developers who  are  accustomed
    to  the  standard UNIX programming evironment a consistent means of
    accessing the transport  protocol  layer.    The  socket  model  is
    compatible with both the TCPort trnsport system from Novell and the
    MacTCP transport software from Apple.   Having  this  compatibiltiy
    within  the  socket  library enables a resulting application to run
    without concern as to which driver is installed.   Developers  then
    have  a  set of choices to use sockets if they choose, and with the
    proper licensing,  to  ship  either  or  both  drivers  with  their
    application.

DOCUMENTATION:

       TCPort Programmers's Guide is included in the product.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       A  Macintosh  with  at  least  1mb of RAM and at least one 800kb
    drive.

O/S:

       MacOS, system 6.0.2. and above

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Sold direct:
       Novell Developers Group
       Austin, Texas


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CONTACT:

       800-RED WORD

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       TCPport Developers Kit / order part #9870115-00

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       YES

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.2.3. Simware, Inc.


2.2.3.1. SimMac

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   SimMac

DESCRIPTION:

       SimMac provides MacIntosh workstations with full  screen  access
    to  IBM 370 class mainframes accross X.25 or dialup networks. Works
    in conjunction with a host based software, Sim3278 or SimXfer.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Documentation is provided as per license size.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM 370, Apple

O/S:

       Finder, MultiFinder

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Simware Inc.
       20 Colonnade Rd
       Ottawa, Ontario
       K2E 7M6
       Canada

CONTACT:

       Bruce Laforest (613) 727 1779

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Call and/or submit purchase order to above address

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Simware Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990


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2.3. BOLT BERANEK AND NEWMAN INC.



2.3.1. BBN-TOPS-20

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   BBN-TOPS-20

DESCRIPTION:

       The TOPS20 Internetworking software supports multiple  networks,
    multiple  interfaces  on  a  single  network, and multiple protocol
    suites.  Included in the standard distribution are an interface  to
    1822  nets  via  an AN20, an interface to a network front-end via a
    DTE20, and the DARPA protocol suite.

       The DARPA IP, ICMP, TCP, Server TELNET  protocols  are  included
    within  the TOPS20 monitor; other protocols are implemented as user
    application processes.  The IP  module  supports  a  routing  cache
    maintained  via  ICMP  redirect NET and HOST messages.  It performs
    fragmentation and reassembly, implements  all  options  except  MTU
    Discovery,  and  can  forward  traffic  between  any  of the host's
    interfaces.  Applications may interface to the IP layer using  User
    Queues.

       All  ICMP  messages  except  Address  Mask  are supported; error
    messages may be sent by any of the protocol layers;  higher  layers
    are  notified  when  a  message is received concerning one of their
    packets.  Messages can be sent by applications using the User Queue
    facility.

       Applications can interface to TCP either as a read/write file or
    via multiple buffers.  The TCP layer supports IP  routing  options,
    ICMP  destination  unreachable,  source quench, and redirects which
    specify a type-of-service, and the segment size  option.    Support
    for  preemption,  precedence,  and security options is delegated to
    the application.  Telnet supports options and subnegotiations.

       There is extensive inter-layer flow  control,  error  reporting,
    and  monitoring.    Utilities are available to provide information,
    list monitoring data, and perform diagnostics.

       DEC has distributed a prior version of  this  implementation  as
    part of its standard TOPS20-AN monitor.

DOCUMENTATION:

       User's Manual including Site Configuration Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC KL10


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O/S:

       TOPS20-AN, Release 5

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Macro

DISTRIBUTOR:

       BBN Systems and Technologies Corp.
       10 Moulton Street
       Cambridge, MA  02138

CONTACT:

       Charles Lynn, (CLynn@BBN.COM), (617) 873-3367

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       The  software  is  available  via  FTP  over the internet, or by
    sending a magtape to:

       Charles Lynn BBN Systems and Technologies Corp., MS17 10 Moulton
    Street Cambridge, MA 02138

       A  return  mailing label should be included.  Also required is a
    TOPS-20 Source License and the  TOPS-20  monitor  sources,  as  the
    implementation  includes  source-level  changes to the standard DEC
    monitor.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Public domain

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       November 1989
















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2.4. CRAY RESEARCH, INC.



2.4.1. Cray TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  UNICOS TCP/IP

DESCRIPTION:

       UNICOS TCP/IP is the integrated networking protocol for the Cray
    operating system UNICOS.  This implementation of TCP/IP is based on
    the Berkeley 4.3BSD tahoe distribution and contains support for the
    IP,  ICMP, TCP, UDP, and SMTP protocols.  Most of the BSD utilities
    are also supported, including telnet, ftp, rcp, rsh, rlogin, rexec,
    lpr,  lpq,  lprm, talk, ntalk, netstat, sendmail, finger, and ping.
    Other supported features including both internet  and  UNIX  domain
    sockets, subnet address, and the domain name server named and inetd
    support.

       Several  performance   improvements   have   been   incorporated
    including   both   the   Berkeley  Van  Jacobson  enhancements  and
    additional  improvements  made  by  Cray.      The   Van   Jacobson
    enhancements are slow start TCP congestion control, round trip time
    variance estimation, exponential, retransmit timer backoff, dynamic
    TCP  window  sizing  congestion  control,  and  the fast retransmit
    algorithm.  Cray has added a Cray specific mbuf  management  scheme
    plus extensive use of the Cray scalar, vector CPT hardware, and the
    fast I/O hardware.  The  combination  of  these  improvements  have
    resulted  in  TCP transfer rates reaching over 500 hundred megabits
    per second in software loopback.

       The TCP protocols and utilities  conform  to  the  Internet  RFC
    specifications, and DOD MIL-STD-1777 and MIL-STD-1778.

       In combination with UNICOS TCP/IP, support is also available for
    SUN client and server NFS, SUN RPC/XDR, a special User and Group id
    mapping   capability,  Yellow  Pages  as  an  optional  method  for
    authenticating user passwords, Lock Manager,  and  REX.    The  MIT
    X-Windows System Version ll, Release 3 is also available.

       Network  media  support  is  provided for the Cray FEI-3 Network
    Interface for VME based systems, the  Cray  HSX  100  Megabyte  per
    second  High  Speed  Channel,  NSC  HYPERChannel  A-Series  and NSC
    HYPERChannel DX equipment, CNT LANlord products, and Ethernet  thru
    Cray channel connected gateway devices from NSC and CNT.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Complete documentation is available to Cray customers.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:


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       CRAY Y-MP, CRAY X-MP EA, CRAY-2, CRAY X-MP computer systems

O/S:

       The UNICOS operating system is derived from the AT&T UNIX System
    V operating system. UNICOS is also based  in  part  on  the  Fourth
    Berkeley  Software  Distribution  under license from The Regents of
    the University of California.

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Cray Research, Inc.
       608 Second Avenue South
       Minneapolis, MN 55402
       (612)333-5889
       Telex: 4991729

CONTACT:

       David D. Thompson, Manager
    Networking and Communications Group
    Cray Research, Inc.
    1440 Northland Drive
    Mendota Heights, MN 55l20
    (612) 681-3232

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact any Cray Research sales office.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       CRAY  and  UNICOS  are registered trademarks and HSX, Y-MP, X-MP
    EA, CRAY-2, and CRAY X-MP are trademarks of Cray Research, Inc.

       NFS is a trademark of SUN Microsystems.  SUN Microsystems  is  a
    trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.

       UNIX is a registered trademark of AT&T.

       Ethernet   is   registered   trademark   of  Xerox  Corporation.
    HYPERChannel and  HYPERChannel  DX  are  registered  trademarks  of
    Network  Systems  Corporation.   LANlord is a trademark of Computer
    Network Technology, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989


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2.5. DATA GENERAL CORPORATION



2.5.1. Data General


2.5.1.1. TCP/IP for AViiON Systems

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    TCP/IP for AViiON Systems

DESCRIPTION:

       Full TCP/IP with "r" commands, Domain  Name  System,  Ping,  and
    subnetting.    Streams  based,  4.3  BSD  compatible.  Van Jacobsen
    algorithms supported.  Supports Ethernet (802.3) and X.25 networks.

DOCUMENTATION:

       User and Administrator's manuals; programming guide.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       All AViiON 88k family of servers and workstations.

O/S:

       DG/UX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Data General Corporation
       Data General Sales Force
       4400 Computer Drive
       Westborough, MA 01580

CONTACT:

       Katherine Jones, Product Marketing Manager. (508) 870 6724

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact  nearest  Data  General  Sales  Office,  or  call  (800)
    DATA-GEN.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of Data General Corporation


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INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       May 1990



















































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2.5.1.2. TCP/IP for AOS/VS II

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    TCP/IP for AOS/VS II

DESCRIPTION:

       Provides   intervendor  connectivity  between  MV/Eclipse  hosts
    running AOS/VS  II  and  other  hosts  running  TCP/IP  accross  an
    Ethernet  (802.3)  local  area  network.   Includes TCP/IP, UDP and
    Telnet, FTP, SMTP and various "r" commands.  NFS  is  a  separately
    purchasable product supported.

DOCUMENTATION:

       User, administrator and programmer information is available.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       MV/Eclipse product line.

O/S:

       AOS/VS II

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Data General
       Data General Sales Force
       4400 Computer Drive
       Westborough, MA 01580

CONTACT:

       Karen Jones, Product Marketing Manager (508) 870 6724

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact   nearest  Data  General  Sales  Office  or  call  (800)
    DATA-GEN.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of Data General Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       May 1990



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2.5.1.3. TCP/IP for AOS/VS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    TCP/IP for AOS/VS

DESCRIPTION:

       The AOS/VS TCP/IP suite includes IP, TCP,  UDP  and  the  higher
    level  protocols  Telnet,  FTP,  and  SMTP.  The  product  runs  on
    Ethernet/802.3 local area networks.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Complete documentation is available to Data General customers.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Data General MV product line

O/S:

       AOS/VS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C, PL1, MASM

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Data General
       Data General Sales Force
       4400 Computer Drive
       Westborough, MA 01580

CONTACT:

       Karen Jones, Product Marketing Manager (508) 870 6724

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact  nearest  Data  General  Sales  Office  or  call   (800)
    DATA-GEN.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of Data General Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       May 1990





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2.6. DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORP. Tops-20



2.6.1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology


2.6.1.1. MIT Chives

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    CHIVES (MIT domain resolver for TOPS-20)

DESCRIPTION:

       Implementation  of  Domain  Name System (RFC-1034/1035) resolver
    and supporting  software  for  TOPS-20.    Implements  full-service
    domain  resolver, with support for arbitrary search paths, negative
    response caching, and automaticly scalable internal database.   Two
    interfaces  are  provided:  a raw IPCF interface, and a new TOPS-20
    monitor call, GTDOM%, which provides all the  useful  functions  of
    the standard DEC GTHST% call plus some new functions to support the
    Stanford FTP client and the MM-20 mailsystem (q.v.).

       CHIVES does not currently have a name server interface (i.e., it
    can  act  as  a  DNS  client  but not as a DNS server).  CHIVES was
    written with the intent that it be portable, particularly to  other
    PDP-10  operating  systems,  but  so  far noone as ported it beyond
    TOPS-20.  If you  are  interested  in  remedying  either  of  these
    deficiencies,  please  contact BUG-CHIVES@LCS.MIT.EDU, we'd like to
    hear from you.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Some  documentation  is  provided  with   source   distribution.
    Detailed installation instructions are provided, along with a guide
    to the various GTDOM% options.  You're on your own after that.

MACHINE TYPE:

       DECSYSTEM-20

O/S (OPERATING SYSTEM):

TOPS-20 V5.4, V6.1, V7.0.

As of TOPS-20 V7.0 AP20, monitor source code (other than STG.MAC and
MONSYM.MAC) is not required for installation of GTDOM% monitor call.


IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Resolver code written in C (KCC compiler from NIC.DDN.MIL).

       GTDOM% system call and  minor  supporting  programs  written  in

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    MACRO-20 (TOPS-20 Assembler).

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Source   code   is  available  online  via  ANONYMOUS  FTP  from
    WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL.  Start with  the  file  PS:-READ-.-
    THIS-, which explains how you should proceed.

       No  other  arrangements  for  distribution  currently exist, but
    something can be worked out if you need it badly enough.    Contact
    BUG-CHIVES@LCS.MIT.EDU for help.

CONTACT:

BUG-CHIVES@LCS.MIT.EDU.

If you don't have electronic mail access, contact:

    Rob Austein
    MIT Lab for Computer Science
    545 Technology Square
    Cambridge MA 02139
    (617) 253-7341


ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       None, since we don't ship it.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Free  software  under  MIT  copyright.    May  not  be used in a
    propriatary product without prior written permission.

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       NO

DATE-UPDATED:

       December 1989













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2.6.2. Panda Programming


2.6.2.1. Panda TOPS-20 EGP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    EGP-20

DESCRIPTION:

       EGP-20 is  a  subset  implementation  of  the  Exterior  Gateway
    Protocol  (EGP)  which  allows  a  DECSYSTEM-20 to be used as an IP
    gateway.  TOPS-20 provides a "dumb gateway" facility; however,  all
    new  gateways  are  required  to  negotiate  EGP  to announce their
    availability to their neighbor gateways.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Online included with package

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DECSYSTEM-20

O/S:

       TOPS-20 version 5.3 or later

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       MACRO-20 (DECSYSTEM-20 assembly language)

DISTRIBUTOR:

       PANDA PROGRAMMING
       P.O. BOX 2652
       SEATTLE, WA  9811-2652

CONTACT:

       Mark Crispin, (MRC@PANDA.COM), (206) 953-6769

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Call for pricing and ordering information.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Panda Programming propriety

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989


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2.6.2.2. Panda TOPS-20 Mail

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    MM-20

DESCRIPTION:

       MM-20 is an electronic mailsystem for the  DECSYSTEM-20  family.
    MM-20  incorporates  mail  reading,  mail queueing, mailbox/mailing
    lists, SMTP (DoD Internet mail transport  protocol),  "sends",  and
    external  queue  management  tools.    MM-20 supports the following
    protocols: DoD Internet TCP/IP/SMTP, DECnet using SMTP, Chaos,  and
    Pup.    A  facility  also  exists  for  adding  additional delivery
    routines (e.g. mailing over asynchronous TTY lines).   Domains  are
    supported, including MX records.

       The  MM-20  package  also  includes  the  TOPS-20 server for the
    Interactive Mail Access protocol described  in  RFC  1064  and  the
    portable C client IMAP.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Online included with package

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DECSYSTEM-20 except for the IMAP client which is CPU-independent

O/S:

       TOPS-20 version 4 or later (version 5.3 or later is required for
    TCP/IP support, MIT domain resolver is required for domain support)

       The IMAP client is  O/S-independent,  and  has  been  tested  on
    TOPS-20, BSD Unix, and the Apple Macintosh

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       MACRO-20 (DECSYSTEM-20 assembly language) and C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       PANDA PROGRAMMING
       P.O. Box 2652
       Seattle, WA  9811-2652

CONTACT:

       Mark Crispin, (MRC@PANDA.COM), (206) 953-6769

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       MM-20  is  available  for  a  nominal  charge to cover media and
    shipping costs; call for current information.

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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Public Domain

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989















































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2.6.2.3. Panda TOPS-20 NETSRV

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    NETSRV

DESCRIPTION:

       NETSRV is a multi-process listener and server for  a  number  of
    the major Internet service protocols.  It replaces such programs as
    FTSCTT and SMTPSV.  NETSRV is based on a similar  program  for  the
    old NCP protocols.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Online included with package

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DECSYSTEM-20

O/S:

       TOPS-20 version 5.3 or later

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       MACRO-20 (DECSYSTEM-20 assembly language)

DISTRIBUTOR:

       PANDA PROGRAMMING
       P.O. Box 2652
       Seattle, WA  9811-2652

CONTACT:

       Mark Crispin, (MRC@PANDA.COM), (206) 953-6769

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Bundled  as  part  of the "PANDA MODIFICATIONS TO TOPS-20"; call
    for separate ordering information.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Panda Programming propriety

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989





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2.6.2.4. Panda Modifications to TOPS-20

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  PANDA MODIFICATIONS TO TOPS-20

DESCRIPTION:

       The  PANDA  MODIFICATIONS  TO  TOPS-20  consists  of  a  set  of
    extensions  and  bug  fixes  to TOPS-20.  These include many of the
    public domain extensions  to  TOPS-20  published  on  the  "ARPANET
    TOPS-20 list" and many extensions unique to the PANDA MODIFICATIONS
    including   facilities   to   operate   TOPS-20    in    networking
    configurations not supported by DEC.

       The  PANDA  MODIFICATIONS TO TOPS-20 are distributed as a set of
    REDIT-format change files and therefore are only available to sites
    with a valid DEC TOPS-20 source license.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Online included with package

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DECSYSTEM-20

O/S:

       TOPS-20 version 5.4; TOPS-20 version 6.1

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       MACRO-20 (DECSYSTEM-20 assembly language)

DISTRIBUTOR:

       PANDA PROGRAMMING
       P.O. Box 2652
       Seattle, WA  9811-2652

CONTACT:

       Mark Crispin, (MRC@PANDA.COM), (206) 953-6769

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Call for pricing and ordering information.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Panda Programming propriety

INFORMATION-UPDATED:


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2.6.2.5. Panda TOPS-20 Telnet

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    TELNET-20

DESCRIPTION:

       TELNET-20  implements  the  user  half  of  the  Internet TELNET
    protocol.  It also supports Chaos, Pup, and DECnet protocols.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Online included with package

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DECSYSTEM-20

O/S:

       TOPS-20 version 5.3 or later

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       MACRO-20 (DECSYSTEM-20 assembly language)

DISTRIBUTOR:

       PANDA PROGRAMMING
       P.O. Box 2652
       Seattle, WA  9811-2652

CONTACT:

       Mark Crispin, (MRC@PANDA.COM), (206) 953-6769

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Bundled as part of the  "PANDA  MODIFICATIONS  TO  TOPS-20";  an
    earlier version is distributed by DEC.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Panda Programming propriety

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989







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2.7. DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORP. PDP-11



2.7.1. Process Software Corporation


2.7.1.1. Process Software TCPware for IAS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   TCPware for IAS

DESCRIPTION:

       TCPware  for IAS is a family of highly modular TCP/IP networking
    software products designed and engineered exclusively for  the  IAS
    operating system environment. The products support the major TCP/IP
    user and server protocols, and operate with standard  DEC  Ethernet
    hardware.  The  following  software  products  are  members  of the
    TCPware for IAS family:

   1. - TCP-IAS

   2. - FTP-IAS

   3. - TELNET-IAS

       These products are functionally similar to the TCPware  for  RSX
    family  of  products.  Please refer to a description of the TCPware
    for RSX products for more information.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Fully documented; TCPware for IAS products are supplied  with  a
    complete Reference Manual and a User's Guide.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Any DEC PDP-11 or MicroPDP-11 supporting IAS

O/S:

       IAS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       All modules are in MACRO-11.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Process Software Corporation
       959 Concord Street
       Framingham, MA 01701


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CONTACT:

Sales Department
800-722-7770 or
508-879-6994
FAX 508-879-0042
sales@process.com

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Process Software Corporation Sales Department.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       A product of Process Software Corporation.

       TCPware   is   a   registered   trademark  of  Process  Software
    Corporation.




































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       March 1990



















































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2.7.1.2. Process Software TCPware for RSX

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   TCPware for RSX

DESCRIPTION:

       TCPware for RSX is a family of highly modular TCP/IP  networking
    software  products  designed and engineered exclusively for the RSX
    operating system environment. The products support the major TCP/IP
    user  and  server  protocols,  and  operate  with  any DEC Ethernet
    hardware. The  following  software  products  are  members  of  the
    TCPware for RSX family:

   1. - TCP-RSX

   2. - FTP-RSX

   3. - TELNET-RSX

       Each  TCPware  for  RSX  product  has been designed to take full
    advantage of the  PDP-11  architecture  and  the  RSX-11  operating
    system.  As a result, the products operate reliably and efficiently
    with low CPU overhead and minimum memory  resources.  The  products
    have also been designed to be easy to install and operate.

       The  TCP-RSX  product  provides the network IP and ARP protocols
    and host layer TCP protocols,  a  QIO  programming  interface,  and
    support  software  for  network  startup, shutdown, monitoring, and
    management. The TCP and IP protocol layers (together with  ARP)  in
    TCP-RSX are implemented within an RSX I/O driver and ACP (Ancillary
    Control Processor) running in kernel mode.

       In addition to supporting all standard DEC Ethernet  interfaces,
    TCP-RSX  is  able to share the same Ethernet interface hardware and
    operate concurrently with other protocol software (such  as  DECnet
    and LAT).

       The  FTP-RSX product provides both user and server file transfer
    support.    FTP-RSX  supports  multiple  simultaneous  users   with
    multiple simultaneous FTP connections.

       FTP-RSX  supports  account  and  password  protection  and  full
    UIC-based file protection, preventing unauthorized file access from
    remote  users. FTP-RSX also supports application programmers with a
    set of library routines that  can  establish  FTP  connections  and
    transfer files with remote hosts.

       The   TELNET-RSX  product  provides  complete  virtual  terminal
    networking  for  both  server  and  user  TELNET   functions.   The
    TELNET-RSX  product  also  supports  application programmers with a
    full set of library routines that can establish and maintain TELNET
    connections with remote hosts.

       The FTP-RSX and TELNET-RSX products provide a superior method of
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    networking, since they can be used either standalone  or  together,
    making them ideal for applications that may need to grow.

       And  all  TCPware  for RSX products protect a user's investment,
    since they are designed and engineered  for  superior  performance,
    efficiency, and reliability at competitive costs.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Fully  documented;  TCPware for RSX products are supplied with a
    complete Reference Manual and a User's Guide.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Any DEC PDP-11 or MicroPDP-11

O/S:

       RSX-11M-Plus, RSX-11M, or MicroRSX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       System-level modules are in MACRO-11. Application-level  modules
    use several DEC HLLs.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Process Software Corporation
       959 Concord Street
       Framingham, MA 01701

CONTACT:

Sales Department
800-722-7770 or
508-879-6994
FAX 508-879-0042
sales@process.com

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Process Software Corporation Sales Department.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       A product of Process Software Corporation.

       TCPware   is   a   registered   trademark  of  Process  Software
    Corporation.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       March 1990

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2.7.1.3. Process Software TCPware for RT-11

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   TCPware for RT-11

DESCRIPTION:

       TCPware for RT-11 is  a  family  of  modular  TCP/IP  networking
    software products designed and engineered exclusively for the RT-11
    operating system environment.  The products support  several  major
    TCP/IP user and server protocols, and operate with any DEC Ethernet
    hardware. The  following  software  products  are  members  of  the
    TCPware for RT-11 family:

   1. - TCPIP-RT

   2. - FTP-RT

   3. - TELNET-RT

       Each  TCPware  for  RT-11 product has been designed to take full
    advantage of  the  PDP-11  architecture  and  the  RT-11  operating
    system.  As a result, the products operate reliably and efficiently
    with low CPU overhead and minimum memory  resources.  The  products
    have also been designed to be easy to install and operate.

       The  TCPIP-RT product implements the TCP, IP, and ARP protocols.
    TCPIP-RT supports high-speed process-to-process communications with
    a  library  of  subroutines  that  can  establish  and maintain TCP
    connections with remote hosts.

       Application programmers can use the subroutines in  TCPIP-RT  to
    open  active  or  passive TCP connections, send data, receive data,
    close or  abort  connections,  and  read  status  information.  The
    subroutines  are  callable  from  any  DEC high-level language. For
    memory restrictive environments, the subroutines  can  be  arranged
    into overlay regions and a small root section.

       The  FTP-RT  product  provides both client (user) and server FTP
    protocols using separate utility  programs.  FTP-RT  also  supports
    application  programmers with a set of library subroutines that can
    establish FTP connections and transfer files with remote hosts. For
    memory  restrictive environments, these subroutines can be arranged
    into overlay regions and a small root section.

       The TELNET-RT product supports client  (user)  TELNET  protocols
    with   a   user-run   utility   program.  TELNET-RT  also  supports
    application programmers with a set of library subroutines that  can
    establish  TELNET  connections  with  remote  hosts.    For  memory
    restrictive environments, these subroutines can  be  arranged  into
    overlay regions and a small root section.

       All  of  the TCPware for RT-11 products can run on the RT-11 SJ,
    FB, or XM monitors, and they can also run within or as virtual jobs

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    in extended memory.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Fully documented; TCPware for RT-11 products are supplied with a
    complete User's Guide.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Any DEC PDP-11 or MicroPDP-11

O/S:

       RT-11 (either SJ, FB, or XM)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       All modules are in MACRO-11.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Process Software Corporation
       959 Concord Street
       Framingham, MA 01701

CONTACT:

Sales Department
800-722-7770 or
508-879-6994
FAX 508-879-0042
sales@process.com

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Process Software Corporation Sales Department.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       A product of Process Software Corporation.

       TCPware  is  a  registered   trademark   of   Process   Software
    Corporation.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       March 1990







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2.7.1.4. Process Software TCPware for TSX-Plus

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   TCPware for TSX-Plus

DESCRIPTION:

       TCPware  for  TSX-Plus  is  a  family  of  highly modular TCP/IP
    networking software products designed  and  engineered  exclusively
    for the TSX-Plus operating system environment. The products support
    the major TCP/IP user and server protocols, and  operate  with  any
    DEC  Ethernet hardware. The following software products are members
    of the TCPware for TSX-Plus family:

   1. - TCP-TSX

   2. - FTP-TSX

   3. - TELNET-TSX

       Each TCPware for TSX-Plus product has been designed to take full
    advantage  of  the  PDP-11  architecture and the TSX-Plus operating
    system. As a result, the products operate reliably and  efficiently
    with  low  CPU  overhead and minimum memory resources. The products
    have also been designed to be easy to install and operate.

       The TCP-TSX product provides the network IP  and  ARP  protocols
    and  host  layer  TCP protocols, a TCP-layer programming interface,
    and support software for network startup, shutdown, monitoring, and
    management.  The  TCP and IP protocol layers (together with ARP) in
    TCP-TSX are  implemented  within  a  TSX-Plus  device  handler  and
    detached jobs.

       The  FTP-TSX product provides both user and server file transfer
    support.    FTP-TSX  supports  multiple  simultaneous  users   with
    multiple simultaneous FTP connections.

       FTP-TSX  supports  account  and  password protection, preventing
    unauthorized file access from remote users. FTP-TSX  also  supports
    application  programmers  with  a  set of library routines that can
    establish FTP connections and transfer files with remote hosts.

       The TELNET-TSX product supports client (user)  TELNET  protocols
    with  a  user-run  utility  program.  Multiple  users on a TSX-Plus
    system can simultaneously establish  outgoing  TELNET  connections.
    TELNET-TSX  also  supports  application  programmers  with a set of
    library subroutines that  can  establish  TELNET  connections  with
    remote hosts.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Fully  documented;  TCPware  for  TSX-Plus products are supplied
    with a complete User's Guide.


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MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Any DEC PDP-11 or MicroPDP-11

O/S:

       TSX-Plus

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       All modules are in MACRO-11.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Process Software Corporation
       959 Concord Street
       Framingham, MA 01701

CONTACT:

Sales Department
800-722-7770 or
508-879-6994
FAX 508-879-0042
sales@process.com

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Process Software Corporation Sales Department.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       A product of Process Software Corporation.

       TCPware  is  a  registered   trademark   of   Process   Software
    Corporation.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       March 1990














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2.7.2. USENIX Association


2.7.2.1. USENIX Association 2.10 BSD

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  UNIX 2.10 BSD

DESCRIPTION:

       DESCRIPTION:

       2.10  BSD  TCP/IP  is  a  fairly  complete  port  of 4.3 BSD and
    includes the 4.3 BSD TCP/IP,  with  minor  exceptions,  and  a  few
    programs  eliminated  due  to  address  space  considerations.   It
    provides support for TCP, IP, ICMP, and UDP with  user  and  server
    programs  for  Telnet,  FTP,  TFTP  and  SMTP.   Hardware supported
    includes 10M bit/s Ethernet (5  different  controllers),  3M  bit/s
    Ethernet,  and  SLIP.  The 2.10 BSD TCP/IP runs in supervisor mode.
    Drivers for Proteon ProNET and ACC and DEC/CSS IMP  Interfaces  are
    provided,  although  some  work  will be required to integrate them
    into the system.  2.10 BSD only runs  on  split  I/D  machines;  it
    could  probably  be made to run on non-split I/D PDP-11's, although
    such a system could not include networking.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Online documentation of user programs, system  call  interfaces,
    changes  from  4.2  BSD,  etc.;  "Networking  Implementation Notes,
    4.3BSD Edition"

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       PDP-11/44, 11/53, 11/70, 11/73, 11/83, 11/84

O/S:

       UNIX 2.10BSD

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       USENIX Association
       P.O. Box 2299
       Berkeley, CA 94710

CONTACT:

       Ellie Young (usenix!office@ucbvax.berkeley.edu), (415) 528-8649

       For     technical      information:            Keith      Bostic

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    (bostic@ucbvax.berkeley.edu), (415) 642-4948

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Distribution Coordinator for information packet.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Requires  a  2.9BSD license agreement or an AT&T V7, System III,
    or System V license agreement

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990








































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2.8. VAX FAMILY



2.8.1. CSNET CIC


2.8.1.1. CSNET CIC DIALUP IP for UNIX

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  DIALUP IP for UNIX

DESCRIPTION:

       The  DIALUP  IP  effort  is  supported  at  BBN  by  CSNET   for
    distribution  to  CSNET sites.  The package allows sites to send IP
    datagram over dialup phone lines; the code automatically takes care
    of  establishing  and disconnecting phone calls as IP traffic or as
    users dictate.  A modem and a serial port on the host computer  are
    required.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Complete manual available if CSNET subscriber

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Sun 3 systems
    Any VAX-11 or MicroVAX processor

O/S:

       Berkeley  UNIX  4.2  BSD Berkeley UNIX 4.3 BSD ULTRIX 1.2 ULTRIX
    2.0 SUNOS 3.n

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       CSNET CIC
       Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc.
       10 Moulton Street
       Cambridge, MA 02238
       (CIC@CSNET-SH.ARPA)
       (617) 873-2777

CONTACT:

       Leo Lanzillo, (LEO@SH.CS.NET), (617) 873-3982

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:


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       Contact CIC (see above under DISTRIBUTOR)

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       For CSNET users only

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989













































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2.8.1.2. CSNET CIC X.25 for UNIX 4.3 BSD and ULTRIX 2.0

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  X.25 for UNIX 4.3 BSD and ULTRIX 2.0

DESCRIPTION:

       The IP/X.25 effort is supported at BBN by CSNET for distribution
    to  CSNET  sites.    It  is based on the TCP/IP implementation from
    Berkeley for 4.2 BSD.  A device driver was added  which  allows  IP
    datagrams  to  be  sent over X.25 virtual circuits, and permits the
    host to serve as an X.29 PAD.  An Interactive Systems INcard or  an
    Advanced Computer Consultants (ACC) 6250/5250 is required.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Complete manual available if CSNET subscriber

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Any VAX-11 processor with a UNIBUS or MicroVAX with QBUS

O/S:

       Berkeley  UNIX  4.2  BSD Berkeley UNIX 4.3 BSD ULTRIX 1.2 ULTRIX
    2.0

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       CSNET CIC
       Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc.
       10 Moulton Street
       Cambridge, MA 02238
       (CIC@CSNET-SH.ARPA)
       (617) 873-2777

CONTACT:

       Leo Lanzillo, (LEO@SH.CS.NET), (617) 873-3982

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact CIC (see above under DISTRIBUTOR)

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       For CSNET users only

INFORMATION-UPDATED:


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2.8.2. Excelan, Inc.


2.8.2.1. Excelan VMS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   LAN Service for VMS

DESCRIPTION:

       Excelan's LAN Service for VMS implements DoD TCP/IP protocols to
    connect DEC VAXs running VMS to Ethernet networks.  LAN Service for
    VMS  is  a  front-end  TCP/IP  implementation  that   operates   in
    conjunction  with  an  EXOS 204 Intelligent Ethernet Controller for
    UNIBUS.  The  TCP/IP  protocols  (TCP,  IP,  UDP,  ICMP,  ARP)  and
    Telnet/rlogin   servers   run   on  the  controller  and  the  user
    applications (FTP, Telnet, SMTP, rsh) run on the VAX.  LAN  Service
    for  VMS user applications also include QIO programming library and
    network administration utilities.

       Optionally, LAN Service NFS is available  for  LAN  Service  for
    Micro VMS customers. LAN Service NFS is a VMS server implementation
    of Sun Microsystems' Network File System (NFS)  optimized  for  use
    with VAX/VMS systems that employ Excelan's LAN Service for VMS.

       LAN  Service  NFS  permits  users  of Sun Workstations, PCs, and
    other  systems  running  NFS-compatible  client  software  to  have
    transparent  access  to the resources (such as files, host-attached
    printers and other peripheral devices) of a VAX/VMS host.

       Some of the exclusive features of this product are:

       *Sun NFS compatibility
    *Automatic file format conversion
    *Powerful server management utilities

DOCUMENTATION:

       LAN Service for VMS TCP/IP  Network  Software  Installation  and
    Administration  Guide,  Programming  Guide,  Networks  Applications
    Users Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC  VAX-11  7XX,  8600,  8200  in  conjunction  with  EXOS  204
    Intelligent Ethernet Controller or Exos 304

O/S:

       VMS (v4.4-v4.7 and v5.0)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

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DISTRIBUTOR:

       Inside Sales
       Excelan, Inc.
       2180 Fortune Drive
       San Jose, CA 95131
       (408) 434-2300

       Europe:
       Excelan Europe Ltd.
       Intec 2, Suite 17
       Wade Road
       Basingstoke
       Hampshire RG24 One, England

CONTACT:

       Inside Sales (408) 434-2300, 1-800-EXCELAN

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Inside Sales

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February, 1989




























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2.8.3. Network Research Corporation


2.8.3.1. Network Research Corporation FUSION for X.25

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   FUSION Network Software (FNS) X.25

DESCRIPTION:

       FNS  X.25  is  an  option  to FUSION Network Software TCP/IP for
    VAX/VMS systems.  It enables users to tie into DDN X.25 and  public
    data  networks,  like  TELENET  and  TYMNET, via TCP/IP Network. It
    supports Intelligent Communications Processors (ICP)  from  Simpact
    Associates.

DOCUMENTATION:

       FNS X.25 User and Installation Manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       VAX 11/7XX, VAX 8XXX, MicroVAX II, 2000, 3000

O/S:

       VAX/VMS, MicroVMS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

     Headquarters:

     Network Research Corporation
     2380 N. Rose Ave.
     Oxnard, CA  93030

     Sales Offices:

     Northeast District: (201) 358-1066
     Southwest District: (805) 485-2700
     Northwest District: (408) 248-2121
     Southeast District: (703) 648-1503

CONTACT:

       Jean  Sylwanowicz,  Inside  Sales  Manager,  (805) 485-2700 FAX:
    805-485-8204, TELEX: 297579 NRCO UR

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:


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       Contact Sales Office

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Developed by Network Research Corporation

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Simpact controllers are DDN-Qualified

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989









































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2.8.4. SRI International


2.8.4.1. SRI Multinet

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   SRI MultiNet

DESCRIPTION:

       MultiNet is a high-performance  VAX/VMS  multi-protocol  network
    environment, which enables the interconnection of VAX/VMS computers
    to other systems operating  the  TCP/IP,  CHAOSnet,  or  Xerox  PUP
    protocol  suites.    The MultiNet TCP/IP protocol module is derived
    from the 4.3BSD networking software and runs in the VAX/VMS  kernel
    environment.

       MultiNet  provides  a full suite of user/server programs for all
    the protocol families.  In particular, the following TCP/IP  family
    (TCP,  UDP,  ICMP,  and  IP)  services  are  supported:  FTP, SMTP,
    TELNET, TFTP,  FINGER,  WHOIS,  DECwindows,  Domain  Name  Service,
    LPR/LPD, the BSD "r" services (rlogin, rsh, rexec, rmt), TALK (both
    the 4.2BSD and  4.3BSD  versions),  Network  Time  Protocol  (NTP),
    BOOTP,   SNMP   (agent),   and   GATED   (RIP,   HELLO,  and  EGP).
    Additionally, the PING, TRACEROUTE, and  TCPDUMP  diagnostic  tools
    are  provided  as  standard features of MultiNet.  Optional layered
    products include a VMS NFS Server and a VMS NFS  Client  (described
    in detail in their own sections elsewhere in this manual).

       MultiNet includes a 4.3BSD compatible socket library, as well as
    a $QIO interface allowing users  to  develop  custom  applications.
    Additionally,  MultiNet  supports  a Novell (formerly Excelan) EXOS
    compatible $QIO interface, allowing  applications  written  to  run
    over  EXOS  the  ability  to run (without recompiling or relinking)
    over MultiNet.

       MultiNet supports the  full  range  of  VAX  processors  running
    VAX/VMS    version   V4.5   or   greater   (including   symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS  Version  5).    All  Digital
    Equipment  Corporation  Ethernet  interfaces  (e.g.  DELQA,  DELUA,
    DEBNI), are supported and can be shared with other protocols  (e.g.
    DECnet,  LAT,  Local  Area  VAXcluster).   Other network interfaces
    supported as standard features of MultiNet include:

        o CMC ENP family of Ethernet controllers
        o Novell (formerly Excelan) EXOS UNIBUS and Q-bus Ethernet controll
        o Interlan NI 1010 Ethernet controller
        o 3Com Ethernet controller
        o Xerox 3-Megabit per second Ethernet controller
        o ACC LH-DH ARPAnet controller
        o ACC ACP-5250 and ACP-6250 DDN-X.25 controllers
        o IMP11-A ARPAnet controller
        o ACC ACP-5100 and ACP-6100 HDLC T1 controllers
        o Digital Equipment Corporation DMR-11, DMC-11, and DMV-11 DDCMP

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          controllers
        o SLIP (Serial Line IP) using any VMS-supported terminal multiplexe
        o NSC PI13/14 Hyperchannel controller
        o Symbolics CHAOSnet 4-Megabit per second controller
        o IP encapsulation over DECnet
        o DECnet encapsulation over IP


DOCUMENTATION:

        Introduction to MultiNet
        MultiNet Installation Guide
        MultiNet System Adminstrators' Guide
        MultiNet Users' Guide
        MultiNet Programmers' Reference Manual
        MultiNet NFS Server System Administrators' Guide
        MultiNet NFS Client System Administrators' Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

        DEC VAX

O/S:

       VAX/VMS  Version  V4.5   or   greater   (including   symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       "C"  -  compiled using the GNU "C" compiler for VAX/VMS, and VAX
    Macro

DISTRIBUTOR:

       SRI International
       333 Ravenswood Avenue
       Menlo Park, CA  94025

CONTACT:

Desiree Champagne (desiree@warbucks.ai.sri.com) 415-859-6083
FAX 415/859-2624

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact SRI for ordering/pricing information.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       MultiNet is available from  TGV  and  SRI  International.    SRI
    distributes with partial source code.

DDN-QUALIFIED:

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       MultiNet  is  DDN-qualified  using the ACC ACP-6250 and ACP-5250
    DDN-X.25 interfaces.

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990
















































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2.8.4.2. SRI Multinet NFS Client

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    MultiNet NFS Client

DESCRIPTION:

       The MultiNet NFS Client for VAX/VMS computer systems allows  VMS
    applications  to  transparently access files stored on NFS servers.
    The NFS Client can mount remote file systems on any system that has
    an  NFS  server.   The NFS Client device driver provides a standard
    file system interface and is called automatically by the normal VMS
    Record Management Services (RMS).

       Remote  NFS  servers  supporting  full  UNIX  (NFS)  file system
    semantics appear to VAX/VMS systems  as  fully-functional  Files-11
    ODS-2  file  systems.    This  includes  multinet file versions and
    arbitrary RMS file attributes.  Text files created on an NFS server
    by  the  VAX/VMS  client system appear as Stream_LF format files to
    the client.  On the server, they appear as normal  "stream"  files,
    thus  allowing  them  to be shared with applications running on the
    NFS server and  other  (including  non-VMS)  NFS  clients.    Other
    VAX/VMS  file  types are stored on the NFS server as "raw" VMS data
    blocks plus information  about  the  RMS  file  attributes.    This
    permits  other  VAX/VMS  clients  to  share  these files on the NFS
    server and non-VMS systems to access the data, provided the non-VMS
    systems are capable of interpreting the "raw" VMS data blocks.

       The   MultiNet   NFS   Client   runs  on  top  of  the  MultiNet
    multi-protocol networking software for VAX/VMS system (described in
    detail  in its own section elsewhere in this manual).  MultiNet and
    the MultiNet NFS Client support the full range  of  VAX  processors
    running  VAX/VMS  version  V4.5  or  greater (including symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5).

DOCUMENTATION:

       MultiNet NFS Client System Administrators' Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       DEC VAX

O/S:

       VAX/VMS  Version  V4.5   or   greater   (including   symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       "C"  -  compiled using the GNU "C" compiler for VAX/VMS, and VAX
    Macro

DISTRIBUTOR:

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       SRI International
       333 Ravenswood Avenue
       Menlo Park, CA  94025

CONTACT:

Desiree Champagne, (desiree@warbucks.ai.sri.com) 415/859-6083
FAX:  415/859-2624

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact SRI for pricing/ordering information.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       The  MultiNet  NFS  Client  is  available  from  TGV   and   SRI
    International.





































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RI Multinet NFS Server

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   MultiNet NFS Server

DESCRIPTION:

       The  MultiNet  NFS  Server  is a high-performance multi-threaded
    kernel-based NFS server for VAX/VMS  computer  systems.    The  NFS
    Server  maps  the  complete UNIX file system semantics onto the VMS
    file system, including symbolic and hard links, making a  VMS  file
    system  look  exactly  like a UNIX file system.  All VMS text files
    are type-converted to look  like  UNIX  stream  files  for  maximum
    interoperability.    The NFS Server uses a file and directory cache
    between the file system and the network  to  mask  VMS  bottlenecks
    from   the  requesting  UNIX  machine.    The  NFS  Server  uses  a
    proprietary XDR serializer to move data directly between  the  file
    system  cache  and  the  network  buffers.    By default, the cache
    functions as a write-through cache, but  can  be  configured  as  a
    write-back cache to increase performance.

       The  MultiNet  NFS  Server  can  export  all  Files-11 ODS-2 VMS
    volumes, including  shadow  sets,  bound  volumes,  and  DFS-served
    disks.

       The  MultiNet  NFS  Server  distribution  also includes a PC-NFS
    authentication and print server (PCNFSD).  It allows  IBM  PCs  and
    compatibles  running  NFS  client  software  to  access  NFS served
    filesystems a though they  are  local  DOS  disk  drives.    PCNFSD
    supports printing from PC clients to VMS print queues.

       The   MultiNet   NFS   Server   runs  on  top  of  the  MultiNet
    multi-protocol networking software for VAX/VMS system (described in
    detail  in its own section elsewhere in this manual).  MultiNet and
    the MultiNet NFS Server support the full range  of  VAX  processors
    running  VAX/VMS  version  V4.5  or  greater (including symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5).

DOCUMENTATION:

       MultiNet NFS Server System Administrators' Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       DEC VAX

O/S:

       VAX/VMS  Version  V4.5   or   greater   (including   symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       "C"  -  compiled using the GNU "C" compiler for VAX/VMS, and VAX

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    Macro

DISTRIBUTOR:

       SRI International
       333 Ravenswood Avenue
       Menlo Park, CA  94025

CONTACT:

Desiree Champagne, (desiree@warbucks.ai.sri.com), 415/859-6083
FAX:  415/859-2624

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact SRI for pricing/ordering information.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       The  MultiNet  NFS  Server  is  available  from  TGV   and   SRI
    International.

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990





























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2.8.5. TGV, Incorporated


2.8.5.1. TGV Multinet

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    MultiNet

DESCRIPTION:

       MultiNet  is  a  high-performance VAX/VMS multi-protocol network
    environment, which enables the interconnection of VAX/VMS computers
    to  other  systems  operating  the  TCP/IP,  CHAOSnet, or Xerox PUP
    protocol suites.  The MultiNet TCP/IP protocol  module  is  derived
    from  the 4.3BSD networking software and runs in the VAX/VMS kernel
    environment.

       MultiNet provides a full suite of user/server programs  for  all
    the  protocol families.  In particular, the following TCP/IP family
    (TCP, UDP, ICMP, and  IP)  services  are  supported:    FTP,  SMTP,
    TELNET,  TFTP,  FINGER,  WHOIS,  DECwindows,  Domain  Name Service,
    LPR/LPD, the BSD "r" services (rlogin, rsh, rexec, rmt), TALK (both
    the  4.2BSD  and  4.3BSD  versions),  Network  Time Protocol (NTP),
    BOOTP,  SNMP  (agent),   and   GATED   (RIP,   HELLO,   and   EGP).
    Additionally,  the  PING,  TRACEROUTE, and TCPDUMP diagnostic tools
    are provided as standard features of MultiNet.    Optional  layered
    products  include  a VMS NFS Server and a VMS NFS Client (described
    in detail in their own sections elsewhere in this manual).

       MultiNet includes a 4.3BSD compatible socket library, as well as
    a  $QIO  interface  allowing  users to develop custom applications.
    Additionally, MultiNet supports a Novell  (formerly  Excelan)  EXOS
    compatible  $QIO  interface,  allowing  applications written to run
    over EXOS the ability to run  (without  recompiling  or  relinking)
    over MultiNet.

       MultiNet  supports  the  full  range  of  VAX processors running
    VAX/VMS   version   V4.5   or   greater   (including    symmetrical
    multiprocessing  support  under  VAX/VMS  Version  5).  All Digital
    Equipment  Corporation  Ethernet  interfaces  (e.g.  DELQA,  DELUA,
    DEBNI),  are supported and can be shared with other protocols (e.g.
    DECnet, LAT, Local Area  VAXcluster).    Other  network  interfaces
    supported as standard features of MultiNet include:

        o CMC ENP family of Ethernet controllers
        o Novell (formerly Excelan) EXOS UNIBUS and Q-bus Ethernet controll
        o Interlan NI 1010 Ethernet controller
        o 3Com Ethernet controller
        o Xerox 3-Megabit per second Ethernet controller
        o ACC LH-DH ARPAnet controller
        o ACC ACP-5250 and ACP-6250 DDN-X.25 controllers
        o IMP11-A ARPAnet controller
        o ACC ACP-5100 and ACP-6100 HDLC T1 controllers
        o Digital Equipment Corporation DMR-11, DMC-11, and DMV-11 DDCMP

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          controllers
        o SLIP (Serial Line IP) using any VMS-supported terminal multiplexe
        o NSC PI13/14 Hyperchannel controller
        o Symbolics CHAOSnet 4-Megabit per second controller
        o IP encapsulation over DECnet
        o DECnet encapsulation over IP

DOCUMENTATION:

        Introduction to MultiNet
        MultiNet Installation Guide
        MultiNet System Adminstrators' Guide
        MultiNet Users' Guide
        MultiNet Programmers' Reference Manual
        MultiNet NFS Server System Administrators' Guide
        MultiNet NFS Client System Administrators' Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       DEC VAX

O/S:

       VAX/VMS   Version   V4.5   or   greater  (including  symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       "C" - compiled using the GNU "C" compiler for VAX/VMS,  and  VAX
    Macro

DISTRIBUTOR:

       TGV, Incorporated
       603 Mission Street
       Santa Cruz, CA  95060

CONTACT:

        Irene Geary, Sales Manager, (408) 427-4366
        L. Stuart Vance (vance@tgv.com), Sales and Technical Support,
                (408) 427-4366

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact TGV above for licensing and software maintenance/product
    support information.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       MultiNet is available from TGV and SRI International.

DDN-QUALIFIED:

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       MultiNet is DDN-qualified using the ACC  ACP-6250  and  ACP-5250
    DDN-X.25 interfaces.

DATE-UPDATED:

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2.8.5.2. TGV MultiNet NFS Server

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    MultiNet NFS Server

DESCRIPTION:

       The  MultiNet  NFS  Server  is a high-performance multi-threaded
    kernel-based NFS server for VAX/VMS  computer  systems.    The  NFS
    Server  maps  the  complete UNiX file system semantics onto the VMS
    file system, including symbolic and hard links, making a  VMS  file
    system  look  exactly  like a UNIX file system.  All VMS text files
    are type-converted to look  like  UNIX  stream  files  for  maximum
    interoperability.    The NFS Server uses a file and directory cache
    between the file system and the network  to  mask  VMS  bottlenecks
    from   the  requesting  UNIX  machine.    The  NFS  Server  uses  a
    proprietary XDR serializer to move data directly between  the  file
    system  cache  and  the  network  buffers.    By default, the cache
    functions as a write-through cache, but  can  be  configured  as  a
    write-back cache to increase performance.

       The  MultiNet  NFS  Server  can  export  all  Files-11 ODS-2 VMS
    volumes, including  shadow  sets,  bound  volumes,  and  DFS-served
    disks.

       The  MultiNet  NFS  Server  distribution  also includes a PC-NFS
    authentication and print server (PCNFSD).  It allows  IBM  PCs  and
    compatibles  running  NFS  client  software  to  access  NFS served
    filesystems a though they  are  local  DOS  disk  drives.    PCNFSD
    supports printing from PC clients to VMS print queues.

       The   MultiNet   NFS   Server   runs  on  top  of  the  MultiNet
    multi-protocol networking software for VAX/VMS system (described in
    detail  in its own section elsewhere in this manual).  MultiNet and
    the MultiNet NFS Server support the full range  of  VAX  processors
    running  VAX/VMS  version  V4.5  or  greater (including symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5).

DOCUMENTATION:

       MultiNet NFS Server System Administrators' Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       DEC VAX

O/S:

       VAX/VMS  Version  V4.5   or   greater   (including   symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       "C"  -  compiled using the GNU "C" compiler for VAX/VMS, and VAX

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    Macro

DISTRIBUTOR:

       TGV, Incorporated
       603 Mission Street
       Santa Cruz, CA  95060

CONTACT:

Irene Geary, Sales Manager, (408) 427-4366
L. Stuart Vance (vance@tgv.com), Sales and Technical Support, (408) 427-436

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact TGV above for licensing and software maintenance/product
    support information.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       The   MultiNet   NFS  Server  is  available  from  TGV  and  SRI
    International.

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       NO

DATE-UPDATED:

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2.8.5.3. TGV MultiNet NFS Client

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    MultiNet NFS Client

DESCRIPTION:

       The MultiNet NFS Client for VAX/VMS computer systems allows  VMS
    applications  to  transparently access files stored on NFS servers.
    The NFS Client can mount remote file systems on any system that has
    an  NFS  server.   The NFS Client device driver provides a standard
    file system interface and is called automatically by the normal VMS
    Record Management Services (RMS).

       Remote  NFS  servers  supporting  full  UNIX  (NFS)  file system
    semantics appear to VAX/VMS systems  as  fully-functional  Files-11
    ODS-2  file  systems.    This  includes  multinet file versions and
    arbitrary RMS file attributes.  Text files created on an NFS server
    by  the  VAX/VMS  client system appear as Stream_LF format files to
    the client.  On the server, they appear as normal  "stream"  files,
    thus  allowing  them  to be shared with applications running on the
    NFS server and  other  (including  non-VMS)  NFS  clients.    Other
    VAX/VMS  file  types are stored on the NFS server as "raw" VMS data
    blocks plus information  about  the  RMS  file  attributes.    This
    permits  other  VAX/VMS  clients  to  share  these files on the NFS
    server and non-VMS systems to access the data, provided the non-VMS
    systems are capable of interpreting the "raw" VMS data blocks.

       The   MultiNet   NFS   Client   runs  on  top  of  the  MultiNet
    multi-protocol networking software for VAX/VMS system (described in
    detail  in its own section elsewhere in this manual).  MultiNet and
    the MultiNet NFS Client support the full range  of  VAX  processors
    running  VAX/VMS  version  V4.5  or  greater (including symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5).

DOCUMENTATION:

       MultiNet NFS Client System Administrators' Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       DEC VAX

O/S (OPERATING SYSTEM):

       VAX/VMS  Version  V4.5   or   greater   (including   symmetrical
    multiprocessing support under VAX/VMS Version 5)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       "C"  -  compiled using the GNU "C" compiler for VAX/VMS, and VAX
    Macro

DISTRIBUTOR:

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       TGV, Incorporated
       603 Mission Street
       Santa Cruz, CA  95060

CONTACT:

Irene Geary, Sales Manager, (408) 427-4366
L. Stuart Vance (vance@tgv.com), Sales and Technical Support, (408) 427-436

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact TGV above for licensing and software maintenance/product
    support information.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       The   MultiNet   NFS  Client  is  available  from  TGV  and  SRI
    International.

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       NO

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990




























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2.8.6. University of California, Berkeley


2.8.6.1. U.C. Berkeley UNIX 4.3 BSD

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   UNIX 4.3 BSD

DESCRIPTION:

       This  implementation  was  developed  by  the  Computer  Systems
    Research  Group of the University of California at Berkeley as part
    of a number of research projects.  It is a  revision  of  4.2  BSD,
    which  in  turn  was based on the BBN TCP/IP implementation for the
    VAX.  It provides support for TCP, IP, ICMP, and UDP with user  and
    server programs for Telnet, FTP, TFTP and SMTP.  Hardware supported
    includes ACC and DEC/CSS IMP  Interfaces,  10M  bit/s  Ethernet  (5
    different controllers), 3M bit/s Ethernet, and Proteon ProNET.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Online  documentation  of user programs, system call interfaces,
    changes from  4.2  BSD,  etc.;  "Networking  Implementation  Notes,
    4.3BSD Edition"

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       CCI  Power  6/32,  Harris HCX-7, HCX-9, Unisys (Sperry) 7000/40,
    ICL Clan 7, VAX-8600, 8650, 8250,  8200,  11/785,  11/780,  11/750,
    11/730, 11/725; MicroVAX II, MicroVAX 3200, 3500, 3600.

O/S:

       UNIX 4.3BSD, UNIX 4.3BSD-tahoe

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Computer Systems Research Group
       Computer Science Division
       University of California
       Berkeley, CA  94720

CONTACT:

    Pauline Schwartz, Distribution Coordinator,
    (bsd-dist@UCBARPA.BERKELEY.EDU), (415) 642-7780

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Distribution Coordinator for information packet.

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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Requires   a   4.3BSD  license  agreement  (included)  and  AT&T
    UNIX/32V, System III, or System V UNIX source code license.

       NOTE:  The procedure for 4.2 BSD licensees to  acquire  4.3  BSD
    consists  of an Addendum to the 4.2 BSD Berkeley License Agreement,
    plus Site Information and Equipment List  Forms  and  the  required
    payment.    If  there has been any change with AT&T, copies of that
    documentation must also be included, e.g., name change, or updating
    of the AT&T UNIX Software Agreement.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990







































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2.8.6.2. U.C. Berkeley UNIX 4BSD Networking Release #1

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   UNIX 4BSD Networking Release

DESCRIPTION:

       This  package  consists  of  the  standard user level networking
    applications provided as part of  4.3BSD  and  4.3BSD-tahoe  (along
    with their manual pages and some related documentation) and most of
    the underlying kernel and C library support.  It  provides  support
    for  TCP,  IP,  ICMP,  and  UDP  with  user and server programs for
    Telnet, FTP, TFTP, and SMTP. Hardware supported  includes  ACC  and
    DEC/CSS   IMP   interfaces,   10M   bit/s   Ethernet  (5  different
    controllers), 3M bit/s Ethernet, and  Proteon  ProNET.  The  TCP/IP
    code  includes  Van  Jacobsen's  slow start and dynamic window size
    selection algorithms and Phil Karn's modification to the  roundtrip
    timing algorithm.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Online  documentation  of user programs, system call interfaces,
    "Networking Implementation Notes, 4.3BSD Edition"

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Not machine specific.

O/S:

       UNIX 4.3BSD, UNIX 4.3BSD-tahoe

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Computer Systems Research Group
       Computer Science Division
       University of California
       Berkeley, CA  94720

CONTACT:

    Pauline Schwartz, Distribution Coordinator,
    (bsd-dist@UCBARPA.BERKELEY.EDU), (415) 642-7780

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Distribution Coordinator for information packet.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:


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       The   source   code   is   not   proprietary   and   is   freely
    redistributable.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990
















































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2.8.7. Process Software Corporation


2.8.7.1. TCPware for VMS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   TCPware for VMS

DESCRIPTION:

       TCPware  for VMS is a family of highly modular TCP/IP networking
    software products  designed  and  engineered  exclusively  for  the
    VAX/VMS environment. The products support all major TCP/IP user and
    server protocols on a variety of network  interface  hardware.  The
    following  software  products  are  members  of the TCPware for VMS
    family:

   1. - FTP-VMS

   2. - NFS-VMS

   3. - SMTP-VMS

   4. - TCP-VMS

   5. - TELNET-VMS

       As a result of the native VMS designs,  every  TCPware  for  VMS
    product   provides   unsurpassed   performance,   efficiency,   and
    reliability. Every TCPware for VMS product is also easy to  install
    and operate, and they use DEC's recommended VMSINSTAL procedure for
    automatic and trouble-free user installation.

       The TCP-VMS product provides the network  (IP,  ICMP,  ARP)  and
    host layer protocols (TCP, UPD), Domain Name Services, QIO and UNIX
    socket library interfaces, and a variety of support  utilities  for
    network  startup,  shutdown, gateway operation, and general network
    monitoring and management. A fully compliant  DECwindows  transport
    interface for VMS V5.3 or later is also included.

       Many  other  protocols  (BOOTPD,  TFTP,  WHOIS,  etc.)  are also
    supported by TCP-VMS.  TCP-VMS has complete SLIP support  for  both
    dialup  and dedicated serial lines, and an easy-to-use programmable
    IP interface that  can  be  used  to  add  full  TCP/IP  networking
    services on nearly any type of network interface available (such as
    X.25, T1, etc.). TCP-VMS also supports  IP  over  DECnet,  enabling
    separate TCP/IP LANs to be connected over WAN DECnet links.

       In  addition to supporting all standard DEC Ethernet interfaces,
    TCP-VMS is able to share the same Ethernet interface  hardware  and
    operate  concurrently with other protocol software (such as DECnet,
    LAT, and LAVC).

       The IP, TCP, and UDP protocol  layers  (together  with  ARP  and

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    ICMP) in TCP-VMS are implemented as true VMS I/O drivers running in
    kernel mode. Because TCP-VMS is engineered to take advantage of the
    VAX  architecture  and  the  VMS operating system, it provides high
    thruput with low CPU overhead and minimum memory resources.

       The FTP-VMS product provides both user and server file  transfer
    support.  Both  a native VMS and a UNIX-style command interface are
    provided for user initiated file transfers. FTP-VMS  also  supports
    full  file  protection  (both  ACL and UIC) exactly as DECnet does,
    preventing unauthorized file access from remote users.

       FTP-VMS has a complete online help facility, and it supports any
    number  of  simultaneous  users with any number of simultaneous FTP
    connections,  limited  only  by  available  VAX  system  resources.
    FTP-VMS  has  been  shown to operate faster than other software and
    hardware implementations.

       The NFS-VMS product is a full-featured NFS server that  provides
    transparent  access to VMS directories and files for authorized NFS
    hosts and users. NFS-VMS has been designed  with  both  performance
    and  security in mind. Users can increase NFS performance through a
    number of tuning parameters, such as datagram sizes,  cache  sizes,
    number  of server threads, etc. Security features such as PROXY and
    EXPORT databases, NFS rights identifiers, and security  logging  of
    access  violations are used to protect the VMS file system. NFS-VMS
    also supports the popular PC-NFS protocol.

       The SMTP-VMS product provides complete  support  of  the  Simple
    Mail   Transfer  Protcol  (SMTP)  through  the  standard  VMS  MAIL
    messaging system.  SMTP-VMS  supports  ARPA  internet  address  and
    message  formats,  and it lets users access other SMTP mail systems
    either locally or across the Internet.

       All of the features of VMS MAIL are available  transparently  to
    process  SMTP-VMS  messages,  including  distribution  name  lists,
    automatic notification of incoming mail, reading and  editing  mail
    messages,   etc.  SMTP-VMS  also  provides  immediate  delivery  of
    outgoing mail messages,  and  it  defers  delivery  to  unavailable
    hosts.  A  number  of  run-time  parameters can be set to customize
    SMTP-VMS, such as connection timeout  values,  delivery  check  and
    retry intervals, and maximum message life.

       The   TELNET-VMS  product  provides  complete  virtual  terminal
    networking  for  both  server  and  user  TELNET   functions.   The
    highly-efficient TELNET server has been designed for high-bandwidth
    applications. The server is implemented as a VMS I/O driver, and it
    operates  with only minimal CPU overhead. User TELNET functions are
    supported with a versatile and powerful utility used  to  establish
    TELNET  connections  with  remote  systems.  The  utility  supports
    multi-line recall, startup command files,  online  help,  definable
    keys,  VMS  process  spawning,  control character mapping, and much
    more.

       The TELNET-VMS product  also  supports  application  programmers
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    with a full set of library routines that can establish and maintain
    TELNET connections with remote hosts.

       The above FTP, NFS, SMTP,  and  TELNET-VMS  products  provide  a
    superior  method  of  networking,  since  they  can  be used either
    standalone  or  in  any  combination,   making   them   ideal   for
    applications that may need to grow.

       And  all  TCPware  for VMS products protect a user's investment,
    since they are designed and engineered  for  superior  performance,
    efficiency, and reliability at competitive costs.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Fully  documented;  TCPware for VMS products are supplied with a
    complete Reference Manual and a User's Guide.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Any DEC VAX or MicroVAX.

O/S:

       VMS or MicroVMS, version 4.x through 5.x.

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       System-level modules are in MACRO-32. Application-level  modules
    use several DEC HLLs.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Process Software Corporation
       959 Concord Street
       Framingham, MA 01701

CONTACT:

       Sales  Department  800-722-7770 or 508-879-6994 FAX 508-879-0042
    sales@process.com

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Process Software Corporation Sales Department.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       A product of Process Software Corporation.

       TCPware  is  a  registered   trademark   of   Process   Software
    Corporation.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.8.8. ProTech Computer Group


2.8.8.1. PASSAGE System V

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  PASSAGE TCP/IP

DESCRIPTION:

       PASSAGE  TCP/IP  is  a  complete  implementation  of TCP/IP that
    allows a UNIX System V (5.2.2) or ProTech V.3 to participate  as  a
    routing   or   nonrouting  (end)  host  over  a  wide  spectrum  of
    communication  systems  ranging  from  hard-wired  connections   to
    packet-switched or circuit-switched networks.  It communicates with
    adjacent hosts  over  synchronous  communication  lines,  Ethernet,
    LANs,  and  standard  1822  interface  to an IMP.  Features include
    TCP/IP, ICMP, Telnet, FTP,  UDP,  SMTP,  and  popular  4  BSD  UNIX
    R-utilities.  Product is available in source or binary form.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Included in package

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Digital VAX Processors

O/S:

       UNIX System V (5.2.2) or ProTech System V.3

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       ProTech Computer Group, Inc.
       143 First Street
       Batavia, Ill  60510
       (708) 879-1566

CONTACT:

       Sales department (see above)

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact distributor

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       PASSAGE is a product of ProTech Computer Group, Inc.

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       April 1990



















































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2.9. EPILOGUE TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

DESCRIPTION:

       Epilogue  Technology's SNMP product is a portable implementation
    of the Simple Network Management Protocol as  defined  by  RFC1067,
    including  the  data  formats defined by RFC1065 and the management
    variables defined by RFC1066.  Access to  management  variables  is
    table driven and may be readily modified or extended.

       Supports:    - Full RFC1065 SMI - Full RFC1066 MIB - All RFC1098
    SNMP functions, PDUs, and traps

       User extensible:  - User defined MIB extensions -  User  defined
    traps

       Portable:    -  Written  in  ANSI  C - Compact -- typical memory
    consumption is less than 25K bytes.  - May be used in an  operating
    system  kernel, within an application, or on an intelligent network
    front end.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Porting Guide Technical Description

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Any

O/S:

       Any

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       ANSI C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Epilogue Technology Corporation
       P.O. Box 5432
       Redwood City, CA   94063

       (408) 426-8786

CONTACT:

       Karl Auerbach  Epilogue  Technology  Corporation  P.O.  Box  217
    Capitola, CA 95010-0217

       (408) 426-8786

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       karl@asylum.sf.ca.us or epilogue!karl or auerbach@csl.sri.com

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Epilogue Technology

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       The  software is the property of Epilogue Technology Corporation
    and may be used only under an express license.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       November 1989








































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2.10. EXCELAN



2.10.1. LAN Service for Micro VMS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  LAN Service for Micro VMS

DESCRIPTION:

       Excelan's LAN  Service  for  Micro  VMS  implements  DoD  TCP/IP
    protocols  to connect DEC MicroVAX IIs running MicroVMS to Ethernet
    networks.   LAN  Service  for  Micro  VMS  is  a  front-end  TCP/IP
    implementation  that  operates  in  conjunction  with  an  EXOS 203
    Intelligent Ethernet Controller for Q-bus.   The  TCP/IP  protocols
    (TCP,  IP,  UDP,  ICMP,  ARP)  and Telnet/rlogin servers run on the
    controller, and the user applications (FTP, Telnet, SMTP, rsh)  run
    on  the MicroVAX.  LAN Service for Micro VMS user applications also
    include  QIO  programming  library   and   network   administration
    utilities.

       Optionally,  LAN  Service  NFS  is available for LAN Service for
    Micro  VMS  customers.    LAN  Service  NFS   is   a   VMS   server
    implementation  of  SUN  Microsystems'  Network  File  System (NFS)
    optimized for use with VAX/VMS systems that  employ  Excelan's  LAN
    Service for Micro VMS.

       LAN  Service  NFS  permits  users  of SUN Workstations, PCs, and
    other  systems  running  NFS-compatible  client  software  to  have
    transparent  access  to the resources (such as files, host-attached
    printers and other peripheral devices) of a VAX/VMS host.

       Some of the exclusive features of  this  product  are:  SUN  NFS
    compatibility,  automatic  file  format  conversion,  and  powerful
    server management utilties.

DOCUMENTATION:

       LAN Service for Micro VMSTCP/IP Network Software 1. Installation
    and Administration Guide 2. Programming Guide 3. Applications Users
    Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC Micro VAX II and Micro VAX III-3500 only in conjunction with
    EXOS  203  Intelligent  Ethernet  Controller  (an  adaptor  kit  is
    necessary).

O/S:

       MicroVMS v4.4-4.7 & v5.0

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

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       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Inside Sales:
       Excelan, Inc.
       2180 Fortune Drive
       San Jose, CA 95l3l
       (408)434-2300

       Europe:  Excelan Europe Ltd.
       Intec 2, Suite 17 Wade Road
       Basingstoke Hampshire RG24 One, England

CONTACT:

       Inside Sales (408) 434-2300, 1-800-EXCELAN

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Inside Sales

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989





























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2.10.2. LAN WorkPlace for DOS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  LAN WorkPlace for DOS

DESCRIPTION:

                        tm
       The LAN WorkPlace   for PC  DOS  provides  a  personal  computer
    running  DOS  with the ability to directly and concurrently connect
    to any TCP/IP device on an Ethernet LAN.   The  modularity  of  its
    design  enables  users  to  customize functionality.  Once the EXOS
    Intelligent Ethernet Controller and  TCP/IP  transport  system  are
    installed,  any  combination of applications and network interfaces
    can be used.  The TCP/IP includes FTP and TELNET  applications,  as
    well  as VT-220, VT-100, VT-52, IBM-ANSI terminal emulations, third
    party networking terminal emulation programs are supported,  and  a
    set  of  UNIX  System  V  utilities.   It allows PCs to communicate
    directly and  concurrently  with  dissimilar  computers  supporting
    standard TCP/IP protocols (such as hosts and CAD workstations.)

       In  addition, the Driver for Advanced NetWare allows the user to
    access Advanced  NetWare  286.20a,  2.11  or  SFT  Netware  286.2.1
    servers and it can be concurrently connected to TCP/IP hosts.

       With  the  NETBIOS interface, users can run NETBIOS applications
    on top of  TCP/  IP  protocols  and  communicate  with  other  PCs,
    servers,  and  hosts.  The LAN WorkPlace Socket Library can be used
    to develop networking applications.    With  either  of  these  two
    packages,  users  can  run  both  NETBIOS  applications and TCP/ IP
    applications concurrently, on the same PC.  The software is shipped
    on  floppy  disks.    Installation and diagnostics software is also
    provided.

DOCUMENTATION:

       TCP/IP Transport System User's Guide
    Host-Access Applications User's Guide
    NETBIOS API User's Guide
    Socket Library API User's Guide
    HostShare Resource Sharing Application User's Guide
    HostShare Resource Sharing Application Network Manager's Guide
    Drivers for Advanced Netware 286 User's Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PS/2 compatibles in conjunction with EXOS  215T  Intelligent
    Ethernet Controller for PS/2 Bus

O/S:

       DOS (v3.x)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

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       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Inside Sales:  Excelan, Inc.
       2180 Fortune Drive
       San Jose, CA 95131
       (408) 434-2300

       Europe:  Excelan Europe Ltd.
       Intec 2, Suite 17, Wade Road
       Basingstoke, Hampshire RG24 One, England

CONTACT:

       Inside Sales (408) 434 2300, 1 (800) EXCELAN

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Inside Sales

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989






























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2.10.3. MULTINET host-based TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  EXCELAN MULTINET host-based TCP/IP

DESCRIPTION:

       Excelan's  MultiNet  addresses  the  needs of VAX users who need
    host-based TCP/ IP solution.

       VAXstation 2000 users require a host-based  implementation  when
    connecting  their  workstations.  Host-based connection is also the
    logical  alternative  for  network-bound  users,   or   for   those
    interested  in  running  multiple  network  media  and/or  protocol
    stacks.

       With MultiNet and LAN service for  VMS,  Excelan  is  the  first
    vendor to offer both host and front-end-based TCP/IP for VMS.

       Excelan  MultiNet  includes  the  standard  suite  of networking
    applications  --  TELNET,  FTP,  and  SMTP  --  it  also   supports
    third-party  programming through QIO (Queue Input/Output) interface
    compatibility and through a 4.3 BSD-compatible  socket  programming
    interface.

       Excelan  MultiNet is hardware-independent.  It supports Ethernet
    adapters from DEC, Excelan, or other third-party vendors.  It  also
    supports the X.25 standard and many others.

       Excelan  MultiNet also includes Domain Name Service as an aid to
    network management; the capacity to run DECnet over IP, and IP over
    DECnet;  rsh  for remote command execution; and EGP, RIP, and HELLO
    routing protocols.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC VAX, MICROVAX

O/S:

       VMS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Inside Sales
       Excelan, Inc.
       2180 Fortune Drive
       San Jose, CA 95131

CONTACT:

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       Inside Sales: (408) 434-2300, 1 (800) EXCELAN

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Inside Sales

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       MULTINET is a trademark of TGV, Inc., licensed to Excelan, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989









































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2.10.4. TCP/IP Network Software for XENIX-based IBM-PC ATs

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  TCP/IP Network Software  for  XENIX-based  IBM-PC
ATs

DESCRIPTION:

       Excelan's  LAN  WorkPlace  for  Xenix  286 implements DoD TCP/IP
    protocols  to  connect  XENIX-based  80286-based  ATs  to  Ethernet
    networks.    LAN  WorkPlace  for  Xenix  286  is a front-end TCP/IP
    implementation that operates in conjunction  with  an  EXOS  205T/E
    Intelligent  Ethernet  Controller  for PCbus.  The TCP/IP protocols
    (TCP, IP, UDP, ICMP, ARP) and Telnet/rlogin servers run on the EXOS
    205T/E controller and the user applications (FTP, Telnet, SMTP, ud,
    R-utilities, and RFC-compliant NETBIOS, which  provides  networking
    services  for  Xenix  Net)  run  on the XENIX PC AT.  Excelan's LAN
    WorkPlace for Xenix applications  also  include  C  program  socket
    library and network administration utilities.

DOCUMENTATION:

       LAN WorkPlace for Xenix 286 Reference Manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC/AT in conjunction with an EXOS 205T/E Ethernet Controller
    for PC Bus

O/S:

       SCO System V Rel:2.2 (286 Release)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Inside Sales:  Excelan Inc.
       2180 Fortune Dr.
       San Jose, CA 95131
       (408)434-2300

       Europe:
       Excelan Europe Ltd.
       Intec 2, Suite 17, Wade Road
       Basinstoke, Hampshire RG24 One, England

CONTACT:

       Inside Sales (408) 434 2300 1 (800) EXCELAN

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

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       Contact Inside sales

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989

















































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2.11. ENCORE COMPUTER CORPORATION



2.11.1. MPX-32

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   MPX-32 TCP/IP

DESCRIPTION:

       An implementation of the Department  of  Defense  Protocols  for
    Encore  CONCEPT/32  machines  running  the  MPX-32 (Release 3.2B or
    later) Operating System.  This includes IP and TCP. UDP, TFTP, FTP,
    Telnet and SMTP will be implemented during 1986.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Operation  and  installation  procedures are covered by standard
    Encore CSD documentation.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       All CONCEPT/32 machines

O/S:

       MPX-32 (Release 3.2B or later)

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Encore Computer Corporation
       6901 West Sunrise Boulevard
       Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33313-4499

CONTACT:

       Sales, (305) 587-2900

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990













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2.12. HALLEY SYSTEMS



2.12.1. ConnectVIEW Network Management System

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  ConnectVIEW Network Management System

DESCRIPTION:

       ConnectVIEW Network Management System  provides  management  and
    control  of Halley System's ConnectLAN 100 BROUTERs and intelligent
    H-series  broadband  modems.    The  ConnectVIEW  provides  a  user
    friendly  graphical  interface using Microsoft WINDOWS and database
    management for control and management of network elements.  Some of
    the  functions  provided by the ConnectVIEW are:  Real-time display
    of  network,  network  planning,  configuration  management,  fault
    management, network management, and system management.

DOCUMENTATION:

       ConnectVIEW Installation and Operations Manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM AT, IBM PS/2, IBM compatible

O/S:

       DOS (requires Microsoft WINDOWS)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Halley Systems
       2730 Orchard Parkway
       San Jose, CA 95l34

CONTACT:

       Vasant  Acharya,  Product  Manager, (408) 432 2600 (FAX: 408 943
    1601)

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Model  2204-00:  ConnectVIEW  Ethernet  Brouter  Manager   Model
    2206-00: ConnectVIEW Token Ring Brouter Manager

PROPRIETY-STATUS:


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       ConnectVIEW NMS is a Halley System, Inc. proprietary product

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       May 1990

















































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2.13. HONEYWELL INFORMATION SYSTEMS



2.13.1. Honeywell Federal Systems

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:        Department  of  Defense  Protocols  Unified
Products Set

DESCRIPTION:

       DoD PUPS (Release 2.1) is the GCOS8 SR3004 and DNS 300 Update  6
    implementation  of the Department of Defense TCP/IP Protocol Suite.
    The DoD PUPS (Release 2.1) allows connectivity to multivendor PC's,
    workstations   and  host  systems  conforming  to  the  DoD  TCP/IP
    standards. The following applications are supported: File  Transfer
    Protocol  (FTP),  Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), and Network
    Virtual Terminal Protocol (TELNET). DoD PUPS (Release  2.1)  offers
    to  the  customer  an  Ethernet  Local Area Network (LAN) IEEE802.3
    connection. The DoD PUPS (Release 2.1) product consists of hardware
    and software.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Customers  will  receive  1  (one) copy of the DoD PUPS (Release
    2.1) Documentation Set with every order of any  DoD  PUPS  (Release
    2.1) Software Packaged System.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DPS8, DPS 8000, DPS 90

O/S:

       GCOS 8 SR300.4, DNS 30 Update 6

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Honeywell Federal Systems Inc.
       7900 Westpark Drive, MS1004
       McLean VA 22102



CONTACT:

       Dana Crabill, (703) 827-3132

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Dana Crabill or local HFSI Sales Office

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

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       Proprietary Product od Honeywell Federal Systems, Inc.

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       No

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990













































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2.14. IBM/COMPATIBLES



2.14.1. PC/COMPATIBLES


2.14.1.1. Amateur Radio KA9Q TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   KA9Q/NET

DESCRIPTION:

       This  package  provides  the  Internet  protocols  on the IBM PC
    running MS-DOS.  It was designed primarily for amateur packet radio
    use.   Except where otherwise noted, it was designed and written by
    Phil Karn, KA9Q (karn@louie.udel.edu).

       The following protocols are included:

       1. SMTP client and server.  The server does not support aliasing
    or  forwarding; all recipients must be local.  A standalone command
    for sending mail is included in the distribution; it was written by
    Bdale Garbee, N3EUA (bdale%winfree.uucp@flash.bellcore.com).

       2.  FTP client and server.  Image and ASCII types are supported.
    There is no access control as yet on the server (this is  difficult
    to do under MS-DOS).

       3.  Telnet client and "server".  The client understands the ECHO
    option.    The  "server"  merely  allows  for  keyboard-to-keyboard
    chatting, since MS-DOS isn't a timesharing system.

       4. TCP echo and discard servers.

       5.  TCP.  Multiple connections are supported.  A lot of work has
    gone into tuning the implementation for operation over a  VERY  bad
    path, namely the amateur packet radio channel.

       6. UDP.

       7.  IP/ICMP.    At  present  only manually specified default and
    host-specific routing table entries are supported ("fully connected
    subnets" do not as yet exist in amateur packet radio).  Most of the
    useful IP and ICMP options are supported.

       8. Ethernet/ARP, for the 3-Com 3C-500 controller.

       9. SLIP, compatible with Rick Adam's driver under Berkeley UNIX.
    The PC's regular asynchronous adapter ports are used.

       10. AX.25/ARP, a special serial line mode for operation atop the
    amateur packet radio link level protocol AX.25.  IP  datagrams  are

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    encapsulated  in AX.25 UI (connectionless) frames.  ARP resolves IP
    addresses into AX.25 callsigns.  The resulting packets are sent out
    the  asynch  port  in  SLIP-style  framing  to a TNC (Terminal Node
    Controller) which reformats  them  in  HDLC  and  does  the  actual
    transmission.      "KISS   TNC"   code   by  Mike  Chepponis,  K3MC
    (chepponis@xx.lcs.mit.edu) for the TAPR TNC-2 is  included  in  the
    distribution.

       There is as yet no support for domain names; hosts are specified
    by their IP addresses.  Internally, the package is structured as  a
    simple  commutator  loop  with  extensive  use  of  upcalls between
    adjacent layers.  Additional applications are fairly easy to add if
    they are structured as event-driven state machines.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Several  text  files  (user's guide, programming reference, etc)
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MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, PC/XT, PC/AT and compatibles, with either a 3-Com 3C-500
    (for  Ethernet) or the standard 8250 IBM serial I/O ports (for SLIP
    and KISS/AX.25).  The code has been successfully  ported  to  other
    processors, including big-endian machines such as the 68000.

O/S:

       MS-DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Almost all C; minimal 8088 assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Complete sources, objects and documentation is available.

       ARPA:  by  anonymous  ftp  from  louie.udel.edu (128.175.1.3) in
    pub/ka9q.

CONTACT:

    Phil Karn, KA9Q
    25-B Hillcrest Rd
    Warren, NJ 07060
    (201) 561-2970
    Internet: karn@louie.udel.edu

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       While  I  have copyrighted this code, I grant blanket permission
    for free NONCOMMERCIAL, NONGOVERNMENTAL copying and use.    Amateur
    radio and educational use is particularly encouraged.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.14.2. Beame & Whiteside Software Ltd. TCP/IP


2.14.2.1. BW?TEL/BWKREL, BWNFS, BWNETBIOS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    BW?TEL/BWKTEL,  BWNFS,  BWNETBIOS  and  related
products.

DESCRIPTION:

        BW?TEL provides a VT102/VT52 emulator that runs (TELNET) TCP/IP
     protocol on ethernet. True VT102 emulation is provided, with speed
     a major consideration. TFTP and Kermit/Xmodem file transfer is
     included. Included are FTP, FINGER, TALK, WHOIS, PING, NSLOOKUP,
     TRACEROUTE and several other utilties. Many ethernet cards are support
     with specific drivers, while most others are supported via the Packet
     and NDIS drivers. VT220 support will soon be available.

        BWNFS is a client implimentation of NFS for the PC. Up to 24 drives
     can be redirected. Full printer support is provided. Runs in less then
     60K of memory. Can run in 40K. BWNFS supports dumb ethernet cards, whi
     BWNFS/EXCELAN supports Novell/Excelan's LAN WorkPlace for DOS.

        BWNETBIOS conforms to RFC1001/1002 for NetBios over TCP/IP.

        BWCOM14 allows many serial terminal emulators to run (TELNET) TCP/I
     on an ethernet network. The program simulates a Hayes modem through
     the BIOS interrupt 14.


DOCUMENTATION:

       A set of documentation is available.

CPU:

       IBM/PC and TI/PC and true compatibles.

O/S (OPERATING SYSTEM):

       MS-DOS or PC-DOS Version 3.0 and above.

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       8086 Assembler and 'C'.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Beame & Whiteside Software Ltd.
       259 Fiddler's Green Road
       Ancaster, Ontario, Canada
       L9G 1W9


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CONTACT:

       Lisa Beame, Voice/Fax (416) - 648-6556

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Submit purchase order to above address.  See above  contact  for
    pricing.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of Beame & Whiteside Software Ltd.

DATE-UPDATED:

       April 1990






































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2.14.3. Chi Corporation


2.14.3.1. Chi LinkUP UTS for DOS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    CHI LINKUP UTS for DOS

DESCRIPTION:

       Performs  UTS  terminal  emulation  on  a DOS workstation.  This
    allows a user on a DOS workstation to have local  UTS  full  screen
    emulation  when  connected  via  TCP/IP to a Sperry 1100/2200 Host.
    Network traffic is greatly reduces when compared  to  an  over  the
    network emulator.  User supplies a NetBIOS over TCP/IP interface.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Technical  manuals provided with product; descriptive literature
    available.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Connects Sperry 1100/2200 via a Chi CCP.

O/S:

       MS-DOS 2.11 or higher

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C and Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Chi Corporation
       31200 Carter St.
       Solon, OH 44139

CONTACT:

       Sales Coordinator, (216) 349-8600

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Chi Corporation

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Chi Proprietary

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Depends on TCP/IP supplied by user.  Chi CCP is DDN qualified.

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2.14.3.2. ChiLAN PC Terminal and Host Uniscope Servers

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    ChiLAN PC Terminal and Host Uniscope Servers

DESCRIPTION:

       UTS  terminals  can  now  take  advantage  of  LANs  and  TCP/IP
    networking.  Up to 16 UTS terminals can be connected (via a T- MUX)
    to a ChiLAN PC Terminal Server.  The Host  end  connection  can  be
    satisfied  by  either  a  ChiLAN Host Server or a Chi communication
    Processor.  The net results is a virtual connection  from  terminal
    to  host.  Chi supplies software and a Chi Sperry LinkUp card.  The
    user supplies a PC with a NetBIOS  over  TCP/IP  connection.    All
    polling is performed at the terminal end thus relieving the network
    of this unnecessary over head.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Techical manuals provided with product;  descriptive  literature
    available.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Connects  Sperry  1100/2200.    The  Server runs on an IBM PC or
    compatible.

O/S:

       DOS 2.11 or higher

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C and Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Chi Corporation
       31200 Carter St.
       Solon, OH  44139

CONTACT:

       Sales Coordinator, (216) 349-8600

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contac Chi

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Chi Proprietary

DDN-QUALIFIED:

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       Depends on user supplied TCP/IP

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       March 1990

















































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2.14.4. Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.


2.14.4.1. EM320

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    EM310

DESCRIPTION:

       EM320 is IBM PC compatible software that allows full  DEC  VT320
    terminal  emulation  over  Ethernet  to  TELNET  by  interfacing to
    different vendors TCP/IP kernels, including Sun's  PC-NFS  and  FTP
    Software's  PC/TCP.  EM320  features  automatic network connect and
    login, multi session capabilities, ASCII, XMODEM  and  KERMIT  file
    transfer, remappable keyboard and 132 column mode support.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Operations Manual is included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, PS/2, compatible

O/S:

       DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       8086 Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.
       3775 Iris Avenue, Suite 1B
       Boulder, CO 80301
       Fax (303) 447-1406

CONTACT:

       Peter Citarella, VP Sales and Marketing (303) 447-9251

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       EM320-DOS-5A-TCP

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       YES

DDN-QUALIFIED:


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       NO

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       June 1990

















































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2.14.4.2. EM4010

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    EM4010

DESCRIPTION:

       EM4010  is IBM PC compatible software that allows full Tektronix
    4010/4014 monochrome graphics terminal emulation over  Ethernet  to
    TELNET   by   interfacing  to  different  vendors  TCP/IP  kernels,
    including Sun's PC-NFS and FTP Software's PC/TCP.  EM4010  features
    1024  x  768  graphics  support,  excellent  hardcopy and all EM320
    functionality.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Operations Manual is included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, PS/2, compatible

O/S:

       DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       8086 Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.
       3775 Iris Avenue, Suite 1B
       Boulder, CO 80301
       Fax (303) 447-1406

CONTACT:

       Peter Citarella, VP Sales and Marketing (303) 447-9251

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       EM4010-DOS-5A-TCP

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       YES

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       NO

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.14.4.3. EM4105

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    EM4105 DESCRIPTION:

       EM4105 is IBM PC compatible software that allows full  Tektronix
    4105  color  graphics terminal emulation over Ethernet to TELNET by
    interfacing  different  vendors  TCP/IP  kernels,  including  Sun's
    PC-NFS  and  FTP  Software's  PC/TCP. EM4105 features 640 x 480, 16
    color support, local pan and zoom, excellent color hardcopy and all
    EM4010 and EM320 functionality.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Operations Manual is included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, PS/2, compatibles

O/S:

       DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       8086 Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.
       3775 Iris Avenue, Suite 1B
       Boulder, CO 80301
       Fax (303) 447-1406

CONTACT:

       Peter Citarella, VP Sales and Marketing (303) 447-9251

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       EM4105-DOS-5A-TCP

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       YES

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       NO

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       June 1990

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2.14.5. Excelan, Inc.


2.14.5.1. Excelan EXOS 8011 - TCP/IP for XENIX-based IBM-PC ATs

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  EXOS 8011 TCP/IP Network Software for XENIX-based
                        IBM-PC ATs

DESCRIPTION:

       Excelan's  EXOS  8011 implements DoD TCP/IP protocols to connect
    XENIX-based IBM-PC ATs to  Ethernet  networks.    EXOS  8011  is  a
    front-end  TCP/IP  implementation that operates in conjunction with
    an EXOS 205 Intelligent Ethernet Controller for PCbus.  The  TCP/IP
    protocols  (TCP,  IP, UDP, ICMP, ARP) and Telnet/rlogin servers run
    on the EXOS 205 controller and the user applications (FTP,  Telnet,
    ud,   and  R-utilities)  run  on  the  XENIX  PC  AT.    EXOS  8011
    applications also include C  program  socket  library  and  network
    administration utilities.

DOCUMENTATION:

       EXOS  8011  TCP/IP Network Software for IBM PC ATs running XENIX
    Reference Manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM-PC AT in conjunction with an EXOS 205  Intelligent  Ethernet
    Controller for PCbus

O/S:

       IBM XENIX 2.0 or SCO XENIX V (v2.1.3, v2.2)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Inside Sales:
       Excelan, Inc.
       2180 Fortune Drive
       San Jose, CA 95131
       (408) 434-2300

       Europe:
       Excelan
       Weir Bank
       Bray-on-Thames, N. Maidenhead
       Berkshire SL6 2ED England
       Telephone: 0628-34281
       Telex: 847591

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CONTACT:

       Inside   Sales  (408)  434-2300,  1-800-EXCELAN,  1-800-521-3526
    (inside CA)

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Inside Sales

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       August 1987










































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2.14.5.2. Excelan LAN WorkPlace for PCs Running Unix System V.3

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  LAN WorkPlace for PCs Running Unix System V.3

DESCRIPTION:

       Excelan's  LAN  WorkPlace  for  PCs  Running  Unix  System   V.3
    implements  DoD  TCP/IP  protocols to connect 386-based PCs running
    UNIX 5.3 to Ethernet networks.  LAN WorkPlace for PCs Running  Unix
    System  V.3  is  a front-end TCP/IP implementation that operates in
    conjunction with an EXOS 205T Intelligent Ethernet  controller  for
    PC-Bus.    The  TCP/IP  protocols  (TCP,  IP,  UDP,  ICMP, ARP) and
    Telnet/rlogin  servers  run  on  the  controller,  and   the   user
    applications  (FTP,  Telnet,  ud, R-utilities) run on the 386-based
    PC.    LAN  WorkPlace  for  PCs  Running  Unix  System   V.3   user
    applications  also  include  C  program  socket library and network
    administration utilities.

DOCUMENTATION:

       EXOS 8014 TCP/IP Network Software for 386-based PCs running UNIX
    5.3 Reference Manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Intel 80386

O/S:

       UNIX 5.3

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Inside Sales:
       Excelan, Inc.
       2180 Fortune Drive
       San Jose, CA 95131
       (408) 434-2300

       Europe:
       Excelan Europe Ltd.
       Intec 2, Suite 17
       Wade Road
       Basingstoke
       Hampshire RG24 One, England

CONTACT:

       Inside Sales (408) 434-2300, 1-800-EXCELAN

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ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Inside Sales

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989















































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2.14.6. Frontier Technology


2.14.6.1. Frontier Technology Super-X.400

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Super-X.400

DESCRIPTION:

       Super-X.400  meets  the  total  needs  of electronic mail users.
    Designed to meet the 1988  OSI  protocol  Message  Handling  System
    specifications.    Interoperates with 1984 systems. The 7-layer OSI
    protocol stack resides below the transport on  Frontier's  Advanced
    Communication Controller.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation/Operations Manual are included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, PS/2, Compatibles

O/S:

       Unix, DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Avenue
       Milwaukee, WI 53211

CONTACT:

       Ann Finkler, Marketing/Sales (414) 964-8689

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990










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2.14.6.2. Frontier Technology Super-X.25

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Super-X.25 Network Interface for 386, IBM PS/2,
and RT

DESCRIPTION:

       Frontier's hardware and software provides  a  network  interface
    between  an  existing  TCP/IP  and  the  X.25  network.  Super-X.25
    functions as a driver for the TCP/IP software.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation/Operations Manual included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PS/2, PC, Apple

O/S:

       SCO Xenix 386, Interactive 386ix, AIX (RT),  AIX  (PS/2),  A/UX,
    DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Avenue
       Milwaukee, WI 53211

CONTACT:

       Ann Finkler, Marketing/Sales (414) 964-8689

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Frontier Technologies

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Frontier Technologies

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.14.6.3. Frontier Technology Super TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Super-TCP/IP Network Package

DESCRIPTION:

       Allows  an IBM PC or compatible to become a fully compliant node
    on a TCP/IP  network.    Super-TCP/IP  is  available  with  various
    hardware  platform available to support 802.3 (Ethernet), X.25, and
    LAN-Fax.  Super- TCP/IP features a  user-friendly  interface  which
    includes programs such as FTP, Telnet, SMTP. EMAIL, and Chatter

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation/Operations Manual Included

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, PS/2, IBM compatible

O/S:

       DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Avenue
       Milwaukee, WI 53211


CONTACT:

       Ann Finkler Marketing/Sales 4l4-964-8689

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Frontier Technologies

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Frontier Technologies

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:


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2.14.6.4. Frontier Technology Super-Gateway

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Super-Gateway

DESCRIPTION:

       Coupling  Frontier's  Gateway  software with Frontier's AdCom3-I
    hardware provides a powerful gateway between the X.25  network  and
    an  Ethernet  (802.3)  network.    The Gateway software consists of
    TCP/IP, X.25, and Ethernet. It includes popular protocols  such  as
    EGP, RIP, and HELLO.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation/Operations Manual included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, PS/2, IBM compatible.

O/S:

       DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Ave.
       Milwaukee, WI 53211

CONTACT:

       Ann Finkler Marketing/Sales (414)964-8689

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Frontier Technologies

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Frontier Technologies

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990

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2.14.7. FTP Software


2.14.7.1. PC/TCP for OS/2

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    PC/TCP for OS/2

DESCRIPTION:

       PC/TCP  for  OS/2  is a TCP/IP implementation for the IBM PC and
    compatibles. It provides remote login capability  with  telnet  and
    rlogin,  and  has  terminal  emulation for vt102 and IBM 3278; file
    tranfer with an  ftp  client  and  server,  and  tftp  client;  the
    Berkeley  r-functions; smtp and pop3 for mail; talk; finger, whois,
    netstat, and ping for a  range  of  network  information;  lpr  and
    related  utilities  for  printer  sharing;  and tar for remote tape
    back-up.  Drivers  are  available  for  a  wide  range  of  network
    interfaces.  Kerberos  is  available  to  clients within the United
    States who require extra security.

DOCUMENTATION:

       An Installation Guide, Command Reference and User's  Manual  are
    included with PC/TCP for OS/2.

MACHINE TYPE:

       IBM PC, compatibles

O/S:

       OS/2

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       FTP Software, Inc.
       26 Princess Street
       Wakefield, MA  01880
       tel.  (617) 246-0900
       fax.  (617) 246-0901

CONTACT:

       Sales

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       PC/TCP  for  OS/2  is  proprietary to FTP Software, Inc. and its
    suppliers.

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2.14.8. Santa Cruz Operation


2.14.8.1. SCO TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  SCO-TCP-IP

DESCRIPTION:

       SCO TCP/IP is a software product for SCO  XENIX  System  V  that
    provides  high-performance  Ethernet  network connections to a wide
    variety  of  operating  systems   and   computers.      Even   with
    heterogeneous   networks,   composed  of  dissimilar  hardware  and
    operating systems, users can quickly  and  easily  log  in  to  and
    transfer files to and from remote machines.

       SCO  TCP/IP is the networking foundation for SCO NFS and SCO's X
    Window System products.  Through its Socket Library  Interface,  it
    can  be  used  to support CAD, CAE, and database applications.  SCO
    TCP/IP supports popular 3Com and Western  Digital  LAN  cards,  and
    includes   Serial   Line  Interface  Protocol  (SLIP)  drivers  for
    asynchronous gateway or bridge support.   An  optional  SCO  TCP/IP
    Development System provides a BSD 4.3 standard socket library.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release  Notes,  User's Guide, User's Reference, Administrator's
    Guide Administrator's Reference

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Industry Standard (AT) 80386 computers, or compatible computers

O/S:

       SCO XENIX System V 386

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
       400 Encinal Street
       P.O. Box 1900
       Santa Cruz, CA 9506l

CONTACT:

       Telemarketing Department (800) 626 UNIX (408) 425 7222

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

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       SCO TCP/IP was developed by Lachman Associates based on  LACHMAN
    SYSTEM V STREAMS TCP, a joint development of Lachman Associates and
    Convergent  Technologies.    LACHMAN  is  a  trademark  of  Lachman
    Associates,  Inc.    XENIX  is  a registered trademark of Microsoft
    Corporation.  Ethernet is a trademark of Xerox Corporation.  NFS is
    a  trademark  of  Sun Microsystems, Inc.  Santa Cruz Operation, SCO
    and the SCO logo are trademarks of The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.14.9. Sirius Systems, Inc.


2.14.9.1. Sirius Systems, Inc. Internet-PC

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  Internet-PC

DESCRIPTION:

       A full implementation of TCP/IP for the  IBM-PC  and  compatible
    computer  systems.   This package includes the following link level
    drivers: IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet using 3Com 3C501,  3C503,  and  3C523
    controllers),  SLIP,  and  AX.25  (packet  radio).  Full IP/ICMP is
    provided and can serve as both host and gateway.

       The standard applications FTP and TELNET  are  provided.    Both
    host  and  client operations are fully supported allowing the PC to
    be a fully functional host on the internet.  This package  is  also
    unique  in  that  it  supports  multiple  concurrent TELNET and FTP
    sessions.

       Internet-PC includes extensive packet  tracing  facilities.  For
    this  reason Internet-PC is quite useful for troubleshooting TCP/IP
    based networks.

       Support and update service may be separately purchased.  On-site
    training and installation services are also available.

DOCUMENTATION:

       An installation and user's manual including tutorial is provided
    with  each  copy  of  the  software.  Additional  copies   of   the
    documentation may be purchased separately.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       All IBM-PC/XT/AT or PS/2 compatible computer systems

O/S:

       MS-DOS or PC-DOS version 2.12 or later

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C and Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Sirius Systems, Inc.
       Box 2202
       Petersburg, VA 23804

CONTACT:

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       David Hansen

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Sirius Systems

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Sirius Systems, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.14.10. Stanford University


2.14.10.1. Stanford IBM PC

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   SU-PC/IP

DESCRIPTION:

       Version  3.0  of SU-PC/IP, Stanford University's TCP/IP protocol
    package for IBM PC family of computers, is  based  on  driver-level
    implementation  of  TCP/IP/UDP.  The package includes the following
    clients: FTP; TELNET; FINGER; WHOIS; LPR;  POP3;  SMTP;  RARP  ;and
    BOOTP.  Both  IENll6  and  domain name resolvers are supported. The
    TELNET program supports multiple TELNET sessions and l FTP session.
    PC/MH,  the  mail  program,  provides  a  RAND Mail Handler type of
    interface and allows users to select the editor of their choice for
    composing   mail.   Currently,   drivers  are  available  for  3Com
    3C500/3C501, 3C503, and 3C523 (for microchannel)  EtherLink  cards;
    and   Western   Digital's   WD8003E   Ethernet   card.   Additional
    applications, including TN3270, Ping, and Netwatch are planned  for
    the next release.

DOCUMENTATION:

       A manual is provided for users and administrators.

MACHINE-TYPE/MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       All IBM-PC/XT/AT or PS/2 compatible computer systems.

O/S:

       MS-DOS or PC-DOS version 2.11 or later.

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Microsoft  C  Compiler  Version  5.00  Microsoft Macro Assembler
    Version 4.00 Microsoft Overlay Linker Version 3.61

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Laura Kenny, (415)723-3909 or pcip@jessica.stanford.edu.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Copyright (c) 1988 by  the  Board  of  Trustees  of  the  Leland
    Stanford  Junior  University  and  licensed to organizational users
    only

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989

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2.14.11. The Software Group Ltd.


2.14.11.1. Netcom II
PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Netcom II

DESCRIPTION:

Netcom II connects 286 or 386-based computers running UNIX to public
packet-switched data networks around the world.  Netcom II is a complete
implementation of the X.25 protocol for AT-bus and MCA machines.  Netcom II
runs under the following operating systems:
  - AT & T UNIX V 3.2
  - Interactive Systems 386/ix 1.0.x and 2.0.x
  - SCO UNIX V 3.2
  - SCO Xenix 386 and 286

Netcom II operates as either a packet-mode DTE or DCE, using either the 198
or 1984 versions of the X.25 protocol.

PAD SUPPORT FOR CONNECTIVITY
  Remote users connecting from asynchronous terminals via PADs can log in t
  a machine equipped with Netcom II and use all UNIX utilities or
  applications programs.  Netcom II maps stty calls which modify TERMIO
  flags to commands to the remote PAD in order to reduce packet charges and
  response time.
  Netcom II also provides a PAD utility which users can connect to remote
  hosts.

AUTOMATIC FILE TRANSFER
  Using our tty interface, uucp can carry files across packet network
  connections to other machines supporting uucp.
  Both electronic mail and remote printers can use these facilities for fil
  transfer.

OPEN SYSTEMS INTERCONNECTION PROTOCOLS
  X.25 corresponds to the lowest three layers (Physical, Link, and Network)
  of the Open Systems Interconnection communications architecture.  As
  Netcom II supplies an application interface which gives the programmer
  full control over Switched Virtual Circuit connections, it greatly reduce
  the effort required to develop OSI applications.

INCOMING CALL CONTROL
  A UNIX application can arrange to be informed of each and every call whic
  arrives from the network.  The application can choose to clear or accept
  the call, pass it to another application, or switch it to login.
  We supply a table-driven incoming call daemon, X25daemon, which provides
  method for routing calls based on addressing information, call user data,
  or subnet addresses.

TECHNICAL DETAILS
  Communications Hardware:  8/12 MHz Intel 80186, 512K RAM, 64K ROM
  Multiple Links: two per communications card, up to 8 per system.  Data

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  Rates:  up to 64K bits/second (1 link only).  Optionally:  4 asynchronous
  ports integrated with X.25.

DOCUMENTATION:

        Netcom II User's Guide includes chapters for:
        - Installation
        - Programming
        - Troubleshooting
        - Configuration
        - Utility programs

MACHINE TYPE:

       Any 386 or 486-based AT-bus or MicroChannel bus machine  running
    one of the operating systems above.

O/S:

       UNIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       The Software Group Limited
       2 Director Court, Suite 201
       Woodbridge, Ontario
       Canada
       L4L 3Z5

CONTACT:

        Derek Vair
        vox: (416) 856-0238
        fax: (416) 856-0242
        uunet!tsgfred!derek@uunet.UU.NET  (ARPANET)
        uunet!tsgfred!netcom2 (USENET)

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Call, write, or fax

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Source code proprietary to The Software Group Limited

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       NO


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2.14.11.2. NetcomRouter for Netcom II

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    NetcomRouter for Netcom II

DESCRIPTION:

       NetcomRouter  is  a  software add-on to Netcom II which enhances
    the product by adding IP routing  capabilities  over  X.25  virtual
    circuits.   NetcomRouter can be used to connect single workstations
    to remote TCP/IP networks, or for providing gateway  functions  for
    connecting networks.

       It  consists  of  a  streams  module which links a streams-based
    TCP/IP package with Netcom II.  Using it, all  facilities  normally
    operating  over  an  Ethernet  link  will also operate over an X.25
    public data network or synchronous private  line,  subject  to  the
    additional delays involved in packet-switched applications.

       Versions of NetcomRouter are available for:

        Interactive 386/ix 2.0.x
        SCO Xenix 386
        SCO UNIX V.3.2
        AT&T UNIX V.3.2

DOCUMENTATION:

    NetcomRouter User's Guide includes chapters for:
    - Installation
    - Programming
    - Designing a sample internet
    - Router Configuration
    - Troubleshooting
    - Host and Network addressing

MACHINE TYPE/CPU:

       Any  386 or 486-based AT-bus or MicroChannel bus machine running
    one of the operating systems above.

O/S:

       UNIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       The Software Group Limited
       2 Director Court, Suite 201
       Woodbridge, Ontario

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       Canada
       L4L 3Z5

CONTACT:

        Derek Vair
        vox: (416) 856-0238
        fax: (416) 856-0242
        uunet!tsgfred!derek@uunet.UU.NET  (ARPANET)
        uunet!tsgfred!netcom2 (USENET)

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Call, write, or fax

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Source code proprietary to The Software Group Limited

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       NO

DATE-UPDATED:

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2.14.12. Unisys Corporation


2.14.12.1. Unisys Corporation NET-PC

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   NET-PC

DESCRIPTION:

       The Unisys NET-PC  product  supports  communication  with  other
    Unisys  systems  and  equipment  of  other vendors by employing DDN
    Protocols over an IEEE 802.3  local  area  network  using  Ethernet
    compatible  frames.    The  ARP, IP ICMP, TCP, UDP, Telnet, and FTP
    protocols are implemented.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from Unisys Corporation

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

                                    2
       PC/HT, PC/IT, PC Micro IT, PW 

O/S:

       MSDOS Release 3.0 or higher

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Unisys Corporation
       P.O. Box 500
       Blue Bell, PA  19424

CONTACT:

       Steve Semen, (215) 542-6457

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See the local Unisys sales representative.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Property of Unisys Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989

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2.14.13. 3Com Corporation


2.14.13.1. 3Com 3+ open TCP Demand Protocol Arcitecture

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    3+ open TCP Demand Protocol Architecture

DESCRIPTION:

       Software that allows DOS and OS/2 based users and 3Com  3station
    users to use TCP/IP networks.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC/COMPATIBLES

O/S:

       DOS, OS/2

DISTRIBUTOR:

       3Com Corporation
       3165 Kifer Road
       Santa Clara CA 95052-8145

CONTACT:

       Donna Shaw, Public Relations (408) 562-6424

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

Dial/1-800-net 3Com and ask for part number
 3+ open TCP single user (3.5 diskettes)..............3C2635
 3+ open TCP single user (5.25" diskettes)............3C2636
 3+ open TCP Server license (3.5 and 5.25" diskettes).3C2637
 3+ open TCP Developers Kit...........................3C2638

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.15. IBM MAINFRAMES



2.15.1. Interlink


2.15.1.1. ACC ACCES/MVS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Interlink/MVS

DESCRIPTION:

       The   Interlink/MVS   software   program   is   a   full-service
    communication sub-system for the DoD Internet and TCP/IP protocols,
    which  execute  on  an  IBM  type mainframe under the MVS operating
    system.  Interlink/MVS includes all Internet-specific protocol code
    which  when  combined with Interlink's 3722 provides a full-service
    host interface to the DDN or to  a  Ethernet  local  area  network.
    Services  supported  include  client  and  server  SMTP, client and
    server FTP, client and server Telnet, TCP and  IP,  ICMP  and  UDP.
    Interlink/MVS  can  be  installed  under  either MVS/ESA, MVS/SP or
    MVS/XA  with  no  operating  system  modification.     Interprocess
    communication is accomplished with ACF/VTAM.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Fully   documented   vendor   product;   descriptive  literature
    available

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM-370, 43xx, 30xx, and any IBM compatible machine

O/S:

       MVS/ESA, MVS/SP or MVS/XA with ACF/VTAM

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Interlink Computer Sciences
       47370 Fremont Boulevard
       Fremont CA 94538

CONTACT:

       John Newman, (301) 290 8100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Vendor product; contact sales department

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

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2.15.2. Mitek Systems Corporation


2.15.2.1. Mitek OpenConnect Systems TELNET/FTP CLIENTS, FTP SERVER and FTP
          BATCH

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  TELNET/FTP CLIENTS, FTP SERVER and FTP BATCH
                        ENHANCEMENT FOR MVS

DESCRIPTION:

       Mitek's TELNET/FTP Clients are IBM host  software  options  that
    execute  as TSO commands. Since both applications reside under TSO,
    the  standard  IBM  environment  is  preserved.  Communication   is
    provided  to  the  IBM  systems  through  VTAM. Mitek's OpenConnect
    Server attaches to the IBM host as an IBM  PU  type  2  device  and
    provides the SNA to TCP/IP network interface.

       Mitek's  TSO Telnet Client application allows a 3270 terminal to
    emulate a line-mode terminal on the TCP/IP network. In  this  mode,
    the  3270  terminal  has  access  to all applications on any of the
    TCP/IP network processors  or  other  gateways  such  as  DDN  that
    support   TELNET   terminals.  The  TELNET  Client  application  is
    accessible from any terminal on the SNA network.

       With  Mitek's  TSO  FTP  Client  application,   files   can   be
    transferred  to  or  from  any processor on the TCP/IP network. Any
    3270 on the  SNA  network,  any  terminal  using  Mitek's  PS  3270
    emulation  on  the  TCP/IP  network,  or any terminal using Mitek's
    TELNET Server can initiate the FTP File Transfer.    The  FTP  File
    Transfer feature has options for source or binary code transmission
    and for insertion or stripping of carriage returns.

       Like the FTP Client, the FTP Batch enhancement under MVS is used
    to  transfer  files  to  or from any processor on a TCP/IP network.
    However,  FTP  Batch  allows  the  user  to  sequentially  transfer
    numerous  files  automatically,  rather than interactively transfer
    one file at a time.

       Mitek's FTP Server resides on the IBM host and carries out  file
    transfer requests from Ethernet hosts.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from vendor

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.
       2033 Chennault Drive
       Suite 100
       Carrollton, TX  75006


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CONTACT:

       Catherine Kingeter, (214) 490-4090

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Available from vendor

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.15.2.2. Mitek Systems TELNET Server Version 3

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  TELNET Server Version 3

DESCRIPTION:

       TELNET   Server  Version  3  is  an  optional  software  feature
    available for Mitek Systems' OpenConnect Server  Models  M2030  and
    M2130.    This  option  permits  terminals  or  systems on a TCP/IP
    network which support a TELNET client to connect to the SNA Network
    Server  and use the full-screen SNA 3270 emulation in the Server to
    access IBM mainframes  or  midrange  systems  on  an  SNA  Network.
    TELNET Server Version 3 emulates an IBM 3278 Model 2.

       Most  importantly,  TELNET  Server Version 3 allows asynchronous
    applications on the IBM mainframe to access asynchronous  terminals
    on  a  TCP/IP  network.    The product provides high-speed graphics
    passthru from  IBM  mainframes  to  any  asynchronous  terminal  or
    workstation.

       TELNET   Server   Version   3  supports  Tektronix  CX  graphics
    applications on the IBM host, which means  that  any  user  who  is
    operating  a  computer  running  TCP/IP  and a telnet client with a
    terminal capable of interpreting Tektronix graphics can have access
    to  the  graphics applications on the IBM mainframe.  Telnet Server
    Version 3 high-speed graphics passthru can operate under either MVS
    or VM.  Telnet Server Version 3 also supports TN3270.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from vendor

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.
       2033 Chennault Drive
       Suite 100
       Carrollton, TX  75006

CONTACT:

       Catherine Kingeter, (214) 490-4090

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Available from vendor

PROPRIETY-STATUS:


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INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.15.2.3. Mitek OpenConnect Systems Telnet Client Full Screen Option

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  Telnet Client Full Screen Option

DESCRIPTION:

       Up   until   now,  in  order  to  have  full  screen  access  to
    asynchronous networks or computer systems, you needed  to  have  an
    asynchronous   terminal  installed  alongside  your  IBM  3270-type
    terminal.

       Not any more.

       With Mitek's Telnet Client Full Screen software, you  can  allow
    your  IBM  3270  to  connect to asychronous systems on the Ethernet
    Network, whenever you choose.

       Mitek's Telnet Client Full Screen  is  the  software  innovation
    that  enables  any  IBM 3270 terminal to have full screen access to
    asychronous computer applications on an  Ethernet  Network.    When
    Mitek's  Telnet  Client  Full  Screen  software  is  installed, the
    asychronous system residing on the Ethernet Network sees  your  IBM
    3270 as if it were an asynchronous ASCII terminal.

       Telnet  Client  Full Screen resides on IBM systems which run the
    VM and MVS operating systems as well as VTAM.  Telnet  Client  Full
    Screen also supports the TN3270 Client.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from vendor

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.
       2033 Chennault Drive
       Suite 100
       Carrollton, TX  75006

CONTACT:

       Catherine Kingeter, (214) 490-4090

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Available from vendor

PROPRIETY-STATUS:


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INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.15.3. Simware, Inc.


2.15.3.1. SIMPC Master

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  SIMPC MASTER

DESCRIPTION:

       SIMPC   MASTER   and   its  host  component,  SIMXFER,  provides
    standardized 3270 full-screen host access for PCs.   File  transfer
    is available for CMS, TSO, CICS, and directly under VTAM.  Multiple
    data communication paths including LANs, dialup, X.25, coax boards,
    and  protocol  converters are supported.  A powerful command script
    language, with  over  l50  English-like  commands,  simplifies  and
    automates procedures.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Documentation is provided as per license size

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PCs and compatibles, including laptops

O/S:

       Operates in the VM, MVS/VTAM and GCS/VTAM environments

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Simware Inc.
       20 Colonnade Road
       Ottawa, Ontario
       K2E7M6

CONTACT:

       Bruce Laforest (613) 727-1779

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Submit purchase order to above address

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Simware Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.15.3.2. Sim3278 TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Sim3278 TCP/IP (Mac, PC)

DESCRIPTION:

       Sim3278  TCP/IP  provides  full screen 3270 emulation to PC, Mac
    and ASCII terminal users  in  TCP/IP  networks.  Simware  VM  based
    protocol conversion software directly interfaces to IBM's VM TCP/IP
    product,  allowing  users  consistent  access  to   IBM   mainframe
    applications.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Document is provided as per license size.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM 370

O/S:

       VM (IBM)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Simware Inc.
       20 Colonnade Rd.
       Ottawa, Ontario
       K2E 7M6
       Canada

CONTACT:

       Bruce Laforest (613) 727 1779

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Call and/or submit purchase order to above address.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Simware Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990



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2.15.3.3. Simware Inc. SIM3278/TCPIP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   SIM3278/TCPIP (IBM Host)

DESCRIPTION:

       SIM3278/TCPIP  works  with  IBM's  TCP/IP for VM program product
    providing efficient 3270 terminal emulation for ASCII terminals  in
    the  TCP/IP  network,  without  any  restrictions  on the operating
    system or network protocol.

DOCUMENTATION:

       One full set of documentation is provided with the product.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM S/370, 43XX, 30XX

O/S:

       IBM VM/SP release 3 or later; IBM's TCP/IP for VM release 1.1 or
    later  (5798-FAL)  program  product  and  its prerequisite hardware
    interfaces to the TCP/IP network

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Simware Inc.
       20 Colonnade Rd.
       Ottawa, Ontario
       Canada
       K2E 7M6

CONTACT:

       Bruce Laforest, (613) 727-1779

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Submit purchase order to above address

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Simware Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990


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2.15.3.4. SIMXFER

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  SIMXFER

DESCRIPTION:

       SIMXFER and its PC component, SIMPC MASTER, provides  error-free
    file  transfer  for  CMS,  TSO,  and CICS, directly under VTAM.  It
    supports multiple communication links  including  coax  boards  and
    hardware protocol converters.

DOCUMENTATION:

       One full set of documentation is provided with the product.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM S/370, 43XX, 30XX and plug compatible such as Amdahl and NAS

O/S:

       Operates in the VM, MVS/VTAM and GCS/VTAM environments

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Simware Inc.
       20 Colonnade Road
       Ottawa, Ontario
       K2E7M6

CONTACT:

       Bruce Laforest (613) 727-1779

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Submit purchase order to above address

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Simware Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989





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2.16. INTERGRAPH CORPORATION



2.16.1. Intergraph TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  Intergraph TCP/IP

DESCRIPTION:

       This  product  is  a  software  implementation  of  TCP/IP which
    operates through the Intergraph Communications Processor (CP).

DOCUMENTATION:

       TCP/IP Users Guide, Document #DSYS096, ordered separately

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Intergraph Clipper-based workstations and servers

O/S:

       UNIX, AT&T UNIX System V.3

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Intergraph Corporation
       One Madison Industrial Park
       Huntsville, AL 35807

CONTACT:

       Lee  Fulcher,  Mgr.  Networking  and   Communications   Products
    Marketing, (205) 772 2000

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       TCP/IP Intergraph, Part# SS**066

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       NO

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989



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2.17. MACINTOSH



2.17.1. Mt. Xinu


2.17.1.1. K-Spool

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  K-Spool

DESCRIPTION:

       K-Spool  is  network  print  spooling software for AppleTalk and
    UNIX-based computer systems.  It runs on UNIX systems and acts as a
    PostScript  printer print spooler for both Macintosh and UNIX users
    on an EtherTalk network.  K-Spool may be used  with  a  variety  of
    hardware  configurations.    LaserWriters  and  Macintoshes  may be
    located on a LocalTalk  network  joined  to  the  Ethernet  with  a
    Kinetics  FastPath  gateway.  A PostScript printer may be connected
    to the UNIX host via Ethernet or RS-232 cabling.    In  all  cases,
    Macintoshes may be connected directly to the Ethernet with Kinetics
    direct-connect hardware products.  K-Spool includes  the  Mt.  Xinu
    K-Talk  kernel  modifications  that  add AppleTalk protocols to the
    UNIX operating system.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC VAX, MICROVAX, SUN3, SparcStation 1, Pyramid, HP9000

O/S:

       UNIX, ULTRIX, Pyramid, SunOS 3.5, SunOS 4.0.x, HPUX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Mt. Xinu
       2560 Ninth Street
       Berkeley CA 94710

CONTACT:

       Janice Juda (415) 644-0146

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

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       Mt. Xinu Proprietary product

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.17.1.2. K-Talk

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  K-Talk

DESCRIPTION:

       K-Talk is a  software  development  platform  that  enables  the
    development of AppleTalk-based applications for UNIX hosts.  K-Talk
    consists of two parts:  user libraries available from Mt. Xinu; and
    kernel  modifications  for  the  UNIX  operating  system.  The user
    libraries give programmers the ability to write applications  based
    on   AppleTalk   protocols   running   on   UNIX,  and  the  kernel
    modifications allow the UNIX Ethernet driver to recognize AppleTalk
    as  a  valid  protocol  type,  allowing  Macintosh  applications to
    communicate using AppleTalk.  UNIX hosts appear as AppleTalk  nodes
    on  an  Ethernet  network.  UNIX  vendors  who have licensed K-Talk
    include TOPS,  Sun  Microsystems,  Inc.,  Pyramid  Technology,  and
    Integrated  Solutions.    K-Talk  is also available on ULTRIX-based
    Digital VAXes.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC VAX, Microvax, SUN3, SparcStation1, Pyramid, HP9000

O/S:

       Unix, Ultrix, SunOS 3.5, SunOS 4.0.x, HPUX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Mt. Xinu
       2560 Ninth Street
       Berkeley CA 94710

CONTACT:

       Janice Juda (415) 644-0146

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       K-Talk

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Mt. Xinu

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2.17.2. TCPORT

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  TCPort

DESCRIPTION:

       TCPort software provides  a  development  platform  for  network
    applications  running  on  top  of  TCP/IP.  Included in TCPort are
    drivers for TCP, IP, and UDP,  as  well  as  socket  libraries  for
    applications  development.    The  socket  libraries  include  a  C
    language run-time programming library and calls  that  support  the
    device  drivers.    These  calls  allow  applications to access the
    network using the 4.3BSD socket model.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Macintosh II, Macintosh SE, Macintosh Plus, Macintosh IIx

O/S:

       Macintosh O/S

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Kinetics
       2540 Camino Diablo
       Walnut Creek, CA 94596

CONTACT:

       Susan Hanson, Product Manager (415)947-0998

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       TCPort, 9870075-00

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Kinetics Proprietary product

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989



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2.17.3. Lachman Associates


2.17.3.1. NetBIOS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   NetBIOS (over TCP/IP)

DESCRIPTION:

       This source code product provides a complete  implementation  of
    the standard NetBIOS interface which runs over the TCP/IP transport
    services.   NetBIOS  over  TCP/IP  provides  a  standard  interface
    through  which  application programs can provide PC users access to
    resources such as file stores and printers  which  are  arbitrarily
    located on computers connected to a TCP/IP network.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release Notes, Manual Pages, Programmer's Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       Can  be  ported  into  any  environment  which supports the UNIX
    System V STREAMS architecture provided as a part  of  System  V  or
    from the Portable STREAMS Environment

O/S:

       Unix

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation
       1901 North Naper Boulevard
       Naperville, IL.  60563-8895

OONTACT:

       James R. Hancock, Sales Manager, (708) 505-9100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Source code license required

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       This  product is the proprietary property of INTERACTIVE Systems
    Corporation.


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DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Dependent upon the computer hardware.

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990















































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2.17.3.2. System V STREAMS TCP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   System V STREAMS TCP

DESCRIPTION:

       This source code product provides a complete  implementation  of
    the  Internet  Protocol Suite and includes TCP, IP, ICMP, UDP, ARP,
    and RIP as well as  the  complete  set  of  applications  including
    TELNET,   SMTP,   FTP,   and   the   Berkely   "r-series".     Base
    implementations are available for AT&T UNIX System  V  Release  3.0
    and later as well as AT&T/INTEL System V/386.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release  Notes  which  includes  sections  on  installation  and
    portation   issues,   Manual   Pages,    User's    Guide,    System
    Administration/Network Administration Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       Can  be  ported  into  any  environment  which supports the UNIX
    System V STREAMS architecture provided as a part  of  System  V  or
    from the Portable STREAMS Environment

O/S:

       UNIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation
       1901 North Naper Boulevard
       Naperville, IL.  60563-8895

CONTACT:

       James R. Hancock, Sales Manager, (708) 505-9100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Source code license required

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       This  product is the proprietary property of INTERACTIVE Systems
    Corporation  based  upon  joint  development   between   Convergent
    Technologies and Lachman Associates.


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DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Dependent upon the computer hardware.

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990















































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2.18. NCR TOWER SYSTEMS



2.18.1. Excelan NCR Tower Software

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  EXOS 8012-01 TCP/IP Network Software for
                        NCR Tower Systems

DESCRIPTION:

       Excelan's  EXOS  8012-01  implements  DoD  TCP/IP  protocols  to
    connect NCR Tower Systems to Ethernet networks.  EXOS 8012-01 is  a
    front-end  TCP/IP  implementation that operates in conjunction with
    an  EXOS  201  or  EXOS  301/Intelligent  Ethernet  Controller  for
    multibus.    The  TCP/IP  protocols  (TCP,  IP, UDP, ICMP, ARP) and
    Telnet/rlogin  servers  run  on  the  controller,  and   the   user
    applications (FTP, Telnet, ud, finger, SMTP, tftp, and R-utilities)
    run on the NCR Tower.  EXOS 8012-01 user applications also  include
    C program socket library and network administration utilities.

DOCUMENTATION:

       EXOS  8012-01  TCP/IP  Network  Software  for  NCR Tower Systems
    Reference Manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       NCR Tower 4x0 and 6x0

O/S:

       Tower OS Rel 1.03.02, Tower XPs OS Rel 3.01.00

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Please contact your local NCR sales office.

CONTACT:

       See above.

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Inside Sales

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989

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2.19. PRIME COMPUTER, INC.



2.19.1. Prime TCP/IP-X.25

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    PRIME TCP/IP-X.25

DESCRIPTION:

       This TCP/IP-based network software package uses X.25 as the  ISO
    model  Network  Layer.  The X.25 protocol has been certified by the
    DDN.

       Services supported include SMTP, client and server  FTP,  client
    and  server  Telnet.    In  addition,  the  TCP  Daytime, Character
    Generator, Discard, and Active Users protocol  servers  and  PRIMOS
    command processors are provided.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Use  of  the  generic  network systems is documented in standard
    manuals describing TCP/IP.  A Prime  computer  system  installation
    and mail user guide is also provided.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       PRIME 50-series computers:

         2x5x, 4050, 4150 (Office packaging)
         750,   850,  9655,  9750,  9955,  6350,  6550  (Computer  room
    packaging)

O/S:

       PRIMOS (Revision 21 or later)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       FTP, SMTP, Telnet in C; other code in PRIME's SPL, PLP, PMA

DISTRIBUTOR:

       PRIME Computer
       Custom Systems Group
       492 Old Connecticut Path
       Framingham, MA 01701

CONTACT:

       CSG@RELAY.Prime.COM  or  PRIME  Custom  Systems   Group,   (508)
    478-8600 ext. 3368


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ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Prime Custom Systems Group

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of PRIME Computer, Inc.

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989







































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2.19.2. Prime WSI300

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    WSI300

DESCRIPTION:

       WSI300   (Workstation-System  Interconnect)  is  a  TCP/IP-based
    network software package which runs on  802.3/Ethernet  Local  Area
    Networks.

       Initially,  protocols  supported  include client and server FTP,
    and server Telnet.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Use of the generic network systems  is  documented  in  standard
    manuals  describing  TCP/IP.   A Prime computer system installation
    and user guide is also provided.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       All PRIME 50-series computers:

       EXL 1200 series EXL 300 series

O/S:

       All releases PRIMOS

DISTRIBUTOR:

       All Prime Sales Offices and Subsidiaries, or
       PRIME Computer
       Prime Park
       Natick, Massachusetts 01760

CONTACT:

       Corporate HQ (508) 655-8000

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact any Prime Sales Office

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of PRIME Computer, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990



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2.20. THE SANTA CRUZ OPERATION, INC.



2.20.1. SCO NFS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  SCO NFS

DESCRIPTION:

       SCO NFS provides file-sharing connections across a TCP/IP LAN to
    other  Sun-compatible  Network  File  System (NFS) implementations,
    allowing users on one machine to transparently and directly  access
    files  residing on a remote machine.  SCO NFS features "client" and
    "server"  functionality,  and  standard  RPC  and  XDR   libraries.
    Running on top of SCO TCP/IP, SCO NFS is also compatible with other
    TCP/IP packages that  provides  BSD  standard  4.3  socket  library
    support for the SCO XENIX environment.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release   Notes,   Installation   Guide,  User's  Guide,  User's
    Reference,  Administrator's   Guide,   Administrator's   Reference,
    RPC/XDR Programmer's Reference

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Industry Standard (AT) 80386 computers, or compatible computers

O/S:

       SCO XENIX System V 386

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
       400 Encinal Street
       P.O. Box 1900
       Santa Cruz, CA 95061

CONTACT:

       Bridgid Fuller (800) 726-8649

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       SCO  NFS  was  developed  by Lachman Associates based on LACHMAN
    SYSTEM V NFS.
    LACHMAN is a trademark of Lachman Associates, Inc.

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    NFS is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
    XENIX is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation
    Santa Cruz Operation, SCO and SCO logo are trademarks of The  Santa
    Cruz Operation, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989














































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2.20.2. SCO Xenix Net

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  SCO XENIX-NET

DESCRIPTION:

       SCO  XENIX-NET  is  a  local  area network for computers running
    XENIX that allows easy integration of multiple  XENIX  Systems,  or
    mixed  PC-DOS,  MS-DOS  and XENIX systems.  As a "resource sharing"
    system, it lets a group of computers  share  peripherals,  such  as
    printers  and  mass  storage  devices,  permitting  users  to share
    information files stored on hard disk based computers workings file
    servers.    SCO  XENIX-NET  provides SMB protocol-based distributed
    file system support, and requires NETBIOS session-layer  facilities
    provided  by  a  network transport subsystem such as Excelan or CMC
    TCP/IP Ethernet packages.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release   Notes,   User's   Guides,    Administrator's    Guide,
    Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC AT and compatibles, IBM PS/2 Model 80 and compatibles

O/S:

       SCO XENIX System V

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
       400 Encinal Street
       P.O. Box 1900
       Santa Cruz, CA 95061

CONTACT:

       Bridgid Fuller (800) 726-8649

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Call Telemarketing Department

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary version of MS-Networks for XENIX.
    MS-DOS, PC-DOS and XENIX are  registered  trademarks  of  Microsoft

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    Corporation.
    Ethernet is a trademark of Xerox Corporation.
    Santa  Cruz  Operation,  SCO and the SCO logo are trademarks of The
    Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.

INFORMAION-UPDATED:

       February 1989














































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2.20.3. SCO Xsight

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  SCO Xsight

DESCRIPTION:

       The SCO Xsight Family of products - SCO Xsight and PS  Xsight  -
    provide  the  industry-standard,  high-performance  X Window System
    technology for both SCO XENIX and DOS systems.  Both are  based  on
    version  II  of  the  X Window System, the network-based (Ethernet)
    graphical windowing system  from  the  Massachusetts  Institute  of
    Technology.   SCO Xsight brings the windowing power of the X Window
    System  to  SCO  XENIX  Systems  while  PC  Xsight  provides   this
    functionality for PCs running MS-DOS.

       SCO  Xsight  enables  users  to  easily  invoke,  simultaneously
    monitor, and control multiple concurrent XENIX processes on one  or
    any  number  of  network-controlled systems. With a mouse, standard
    keyboard, and bit-mapped  display,  users  can  create,  move,  and
    resize windows at will.

       PC  Xsight provides SCO Xsight's X Window System capabilities on
    PCs running MS-DOS. PC Xsight enables DOS PCs with TCP/IP  hardware
    and  software  to  be  used as inexpensive network-based servers to
    XENIX clients running SCO Xsight.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release Notes and Installation Guide, User's  Guide  (Using  the
    SCO Xsight System), SCO Xsight Client Reference Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       SCO   Xsight:   Industry   Standard  (AT)  80386  computers,  or
    compatible computers
    SCO PC Xsight: Industry Standard 80886, 8088, 80286, or 80386-based
    computers

O/S:

       SCO XENIX System V

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
       400 Encinal Street
       P.O. Box 1900
       Santa Cruz, CA 95061


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CONTACT:

       Bridgid Fuller (800) 726-8649

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Xsight and PC Xsight are  trademarks  of  Locus  Computing.    X
    Window   System  is  a  trademark  of  Massachusetts  Institute  of
    Technology.    XENIX  is  a  registered  trademark   of   Microsoft
    Corporation.    Santa  Cruz  Operation,  SCO  and  the SCO logo are
    trademarks of The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989







































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2.21. SEQUENT COMPUTER SYSTEMS



2.21.1. Dynix TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  Dynix TCP/IP and Dynix X.25

DESCRIPTION:

       Dynix TCP/IP works  over  Ethernet  networks  and  supports  the
    standard 4.3 bsd r* services along with FTP and Telnet.  Dynix X.25
    supports a l980 X.25 and X.3/28/29 PAD implementation.

DOCUMENTATION:

       X.25 Reference Manual and Man pages

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Sequent

O/S:

       UNIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Sequent Computer Systems
       l5450 SW Koll Parkway
       Beaverton, OR 97210

CONTACT:

       James Fitzgerald (503) 526-4318

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Local Sequent Sales Office

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Sequent's TCP/IP and X.25 products are offered only  by  Sequent
    and its agents.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989


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2.22. SUN MICROSYSTEMS, INC.



2.22.1. Proteon, Inc.


2.22.1.1. Proteon ProNET Device Drivers

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   Sun Device Drivers for ProNET-10 & 80 networks

DESCRIPTION:

       The ProNET-10 and ProNET-80 Token Ring networks offer advantages
    of  speed,  distance,  and  media  flexibility  over  the  Ethernet
    supported  by  the  Sun  Microsystems workstations.  The Sun device
    drivers connect the ProNET-10 and ProNET-80 boards to Sun's  TCP/IP
    code,  allowing  all  the  the existing software (including NFS) to
    operate over ProNET.

       There  are  ProNET  boards  for  the  Multibus  and  Sun  VMEbus
    processors.  The  p5204 device driver is for VMEbus Sun-2 and Sun-3
    processors, and supports the p1503 ProNET-10 Sun VMEbus  System  or
    the p1583 ProNET-80 Sun VMEbus System.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Includes full hardware/software installation manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Sun-2 or Sun-3

O/S:

       SunOS, Version 3.0 or higher

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Proteon, Inc.
       Two Technology Drive
       Westborough, MA 01581-5008

CONTACT:

       Dianne Rahe, (mcs@proteon.com), (508) 898-2800

PROPRIETY-STATUS:


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       Licensed code of Proteon, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.23. SYNTAX SYSTEMS, INC.



2.23.1. SMBserver for TCP/IP Networks

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  SMBserver for TCP/IP Networks

DESCRIPTION:

       This  is  local area network operating system software providing
    file, print, name,  and  interprocess  communications  service  for
    networked  MS-DOS  workstations operating with RFC 1001/1002 TCP/IP
    LAN products.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation and operations manual is included

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC VAX, MICROVAX, SUN, UNISYS, HONEYWELL, AT&T,  NCR,  IBM  PC,
    IBM  PS/2,  IBM  compatible,  IBM  RT,  Altos,  Plexus, Harris MCX,
    Sequent, Arix

O/S:

       UNIX, SUNOS, VMS, ULTRIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       SYNTAX SYSTEMS, INC.
       l50l West Valley Highway North #104
       Auburn, WA 9800l

CONTACT:

       Roger A. Franklin, President, (206) 833 2525

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Call for product catalog

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary Syntax product

INFORMATION-UPDATED:


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2.24. UNISYS CORPORATION



2.24.1. CHI CORPORATION


2.24.1.1. Chi LinkUP for Unix

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    CHI LinkUP UTS for UNIX

DESCRIPTION:

       Performs UTS terminal emulation on a UNIX host.  This  allows  a
    user  on  a  Unix host to have local UTS full screen emulation when
    connected via TCP/IP to a Sperry 1100/2200 Host.   Network  traffic
    is greatly reduces when compared to an over the network emulator.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Technical  manuals provided with product; descriptive literature
    available.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Connects Sperry 1100/2200.

O/S:

       Supports IBM AIX, other Unix systems

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C and Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Chi Corporation
       31200 Carter St.
       Solon, OH 44139

CONTACT:

       Sales Coordinator, (216) 349-8600

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Chi Corporation

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Chi Proprietary


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DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Depends on TCP/IP supplied by Unix vendor

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.24.2. Unisys Corporation


2.24.2.1. BTOS X.25 Network Gateway

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  BTOS X.25 Network Gateway

DESCRIPTION:

       This product allows B25 family processors and  XE520  processors
    to  communicate over Public Data Networks (PDNs) that support CCITT
    X.25 protocols.  A single gateway can  serve  applications  on  the
    local  workstation,  applications  on other workstations within the
    cluster (a local group of  workstations  connected  via  RS-422  or
    twisted-pair  cabling),  and  applications  within  remote clusters
    which communicate via 802.3 LAN or other BTOS networking media.  It
    supports  64  virtual circuits, and max. of l9.2K via RS-232 or 64K
    via X.21 port (or RS-232 port with V.35 converter).   It  is  based
    upon  l984 standard CCITT X.25 recommendation, and is certified for
    use on various PDNs including Telenet, Transpac,  Datex-P  Austria,
    Datex-P Germany, Tymnet, etc.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Operations   and   Programming   Guide   available  from  Unisys
    Corporation

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       UNISYS B26, B27, B28, B38, B39, and XE 520 Processors

O/S:

       BTOS II on B25 family; XEBTOS on XE520

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       PLM

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Unisys Corporation
       PO Box 500
       Blue Bell, PA 19424-0001

CONTACT:

       Phil Burton (408) 435-3791

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See your local Unisys Sales Representative


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       Property of Unisys Corporation.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.24.2.2. DDP-PPC

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  DDP - PPC

DESCRIPTION:

       The  Distributed  Data   Processing   -   Program   to   Program
    Communication  (DDP-PPC)  product  implements  the  OSI layer 5 - 7
    services.  The Session layer services include  the  Basic  Activity
    Subset  (BAS) and the Basic Combined Subset (BCS) that are required
    to operate with the  OSI-MHS  and  OSI-FTAM  products.    ISO  8822
    Presentation  layer  Services  and  ISO  8649/2 Association Control
    Service Elements (ACSE)  are  also  implemented  in  DDP-PPC.    In
    addition  to  OSI  support, DDP-PPC provides session layer services
    for TCP/IP and Unisys DCA networks.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from UNISYS Corporation

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       UNISYS 1100/2200 series

O/S:

       OS 1100

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Plus

DISTRIBUTOR:

       UNISYS Corporation
       P.O. Box 500
       Blue Bell, PA 19424-0001

CONTACT:

       Phil Wimpenny, Program Marketing Manager (215) 986-5765

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See local UNISYS Sales Representative

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Property of UNISYS Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990

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2.24.2.3. OSI-FTAM

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  OSI-FTAM

DESCRIPTION:

       OSI-FTAM is an implementation of the International Standard 8571
    for  File  Transfer,  Access  and  Management.   It conforms to the
    profile defined in the  NBS  Special  Publication  500-150,  Stable
    Implementation  Agreements for OSI Protocols, Version l, Edition 3,
    August l988,  and  European  Prestandard  ENV  41  204.    OSI-FTAM
    supports  the  Tl,  T2,  and  Ml  profiles  as  defined  in the NBS
    agreements.  It handles the following document types as defined  by
    ISO and NBS: FTAM-1, FTAM-2, FTAM-3, NBS-6 and NBS-7.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from UNISYS Corporation

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       UNISYS ll00/2200 and 5000/6000 Series

O/S:

       OS1100 and Unix

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Plus and C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       UNISYS Corporation
       P.O. Box 500
       Blue Bell, PA 19424-0001

CONTACT:

       Phil Wimpenny, Program Marketing Manager, (215) 986-5765

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See the local UNISYS Sales Representative

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Property of UNISYS Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990


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2.24.2.4. OSI-MHS

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  OSI-MHS

DESCRIPTION:

       OSI-MHS   implements   the   CCITT   X.400   (l984)   Series  of
    Recommentations.  The product  includes  support  for  the  Message
    Transfer  Agent  (MTA)  and  the Interpersonal Messaging User Agent
    (IPM-UA).  This implementation conforms to the National  Bureau  of
    Standards   Stable   Implementation  Agreements  for  Open  Systems
    Interconnection Protocols, Version l, Edition l, December l987, and
    the  European  Prestandards  ENV 4l 201 and ENV 41 202.  An easy to
    use menu  interface  to  the  IPM-UA  is  included.    Programmatic
    interfaces are provided to both the MTA and IPM-UA.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from UNISYS Corporation.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       UNISYS 1100/2200 and 5000/6000 Series

O/S:

       OS1100 and Unix

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Plus and C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       UNISYS Corporation
       P.O. Box 500
       Blue Bell, PA l9424-0001

CONTACT:

       Phil Wimpennny, Program Marketing Manager, (215) 986-5765

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See the local UNISYS Sales Representative

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Property of UNISYS Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990

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2.24.2.5. Unisys A Series Systems

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    A Series TCP/IP

DESCRIPTION:

       The  Unisys  A  Series  TCP/IP  product augments the BNA network
    products by supporting communication with other Unisys systems  and
    other  vendor  systems  employing  DDN  protocols.  DDN software is
    implemented partly in  the  mainframe  and  partly  in  the  CP2000
    communications  processor.    The  DDN connections provided are the
    standard X.25 IMP and  other  X.25  packet  network  interfaces  at
    speeds  up to 64 Kbps, and IEEE 802.3 local area network interfaces
    at 10 Mbps.  Telnet,  FTP,  and  SMTP  protocols  and  programmatic
    interfaces  to  multiple  layers are supported above TCP/IP and are
    integral to BNA Host Services.  Several mainframes may  access  the
    DDN  through  the  same CP2000 via an IEEE 802.3 LAN, in which case
    the communications processor supports the EGP protocol.    Multiple
    X.25 connections may be supported by a single CP2000 communications
    processor.  In addition, the CP2000  communications  processor  can
    support   attachment  to  an  IEEE  802.3  LAN  and  uses  Ethernet
    compatible frames and the ARP protocol.  BNA sessions are supported
    using the DDN or IEEE 802.3 LAN for transport between BNA nodes.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from Unisys Corporation

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Unisys A Series A1 through A17

O/S:

       A Series MCP Release 3.72 or higher

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       PASCAL

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Unisys Corporation
       P.O. Box 500
       Blue Bell, Pennsylvania  19424-0001

CONTACT:

       Denise O'Connor, (215) 986-3103

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See the local Unisys sales representative.

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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Property of Unisys Corporation

DDN QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990











































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2.24.2.6. Unisys 1100 and 2200 Systems

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   DDN-1100, DCP DDN Gateway

DESCRIPTION:

       The  Unisys  OS1100  TCP/IP  products  augment  the  DCA network
    products by supporting communication with other Unisys systems  and
    other  vendor  systems  employing  DDN  protocols.  DDN software is
    implemented partly in the mainframe and partly in  the  Distributed
    Communications  Processor  (DCP).  The DDN connections provided are
    the DDN Standard X.25 packet network interfaces at speeds up to  64
    Kbps, and IEEE 802.3 local area network interfaces at 10 Mbps.  The
    IP, ICMP, TCP and Telnet protocols are implemented in the DCP.  FTP
    and  SMTP  protocols and programmatic interfaces to multiple layers
    are implemented in the mainframe and are  integral  to  Distributed
    Systems  Services  (DSS)  of OS1100.  Multiple DDN X.25 connections
    may be supported by a single DCP.  In addition, the DCP can support
    attachment  to  an  IEEE 802.3 LAN using Ethernet compatible frames
    and the ARP protocol.  DCA sessions are supported using the DDN  or
    IEEE 802.3 LAN for transport between DCA nodes.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from Unisys Corporation

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Unisys 1100 and 2200 Series Systems
    DCP 10A, DCP 15, DCP 20, DCP 30, DCP 40 and DCP 50

O/S:

       OS1100 System Base 3 or higher

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       PLUS for mainframe software; Telcon Assembler for DCPs

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Unisys Corporation
       P.O. Box 500
       Blue Bell, PA  19424-0001

CONTACT:

       Denise O'Connor, (215) 986-5935

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See the local Unisys sales representatve.


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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Property of Unisys Corporation

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990











































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2.24.2.7. Unisys DDN5000, DDN6000, DDN7000

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    DDN5000, DDN6000, DDN7000

DESCRIPTION:

       The   Unisys  DDN5000,  DDN6000  and  DDN7000  products  support
    communication with other Unisys  systems  and  equipment  of  other
    vendors  via DDN protocols and R-utilities over a DDN standard X.25
    IMP interface at from 19.2 Kbps to 56K bps.   The  IP,  ICMP,  TCP,
    Telnet,   FTP   and  SMTP  protocols  are  implemented  along  with
    R-Utilities.    Programmatic  interfaces,  including  BSD  4.2  via
    sockets  library,  are  available to multiple layers.  In addition,
    DDN7000 supports the  UDP  protocol.    Series  5000  systems  also
    support DCA sessions using the DDN for transport between DCA nodes.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from Unisys Corporation

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       5000/20-30-40-50-60-80-90
    6000/30-50
    7000/40-50

O/S:

       UNIX System V, Release 3.0

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Unisys Corporation
       P.O. Box 500
       Blue Bell, PA  19424-0001

CONTACT:

       Steve Semen, (215) 542-6457

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See the local Unisys sales representative.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Property of Unisys Corporation

DDN-QUALIFIED:

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       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.24.2.8. Unisys NET5000, NET6000, NET7000

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   NET5000, NET6000, NET7000

DESCRIPTION:

       The  Unisys  NET5000  and NET7000 products support communication
    with other Unisys systems and equipment of other  vendors  via  DDN
    protocols and R-Utilities over IEEE 802.3 local area network, using
    Ethernet compatible frames.  The ARP, IP, ICMP, TCP,  UDP,  Telnet,
    and  FTP  protocols  are  implemented.  Programmatic interfaces are
    supported to multiple layers.  Series 5000 systems also support DCA
    sessions simultaneously over the IEEE 802.3 LAN.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from Unisys Corporation

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       5000/20-30-40-50-60-80-90
    6000/30-50
    7000/40-50

O/S:

       UNIX System V, Release 3.0

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Unisys Corporation
       P.O. Box 500
       Blue Bell, PA  19424

CONTACT:

       Steve Semen, (215) 542-6457

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See the local Unisys sales representative.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Property of Unisys Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989

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2.24.2.9. Unisys OSI Products

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  OSI MESSAGE HANDLING SYSTEM - MAIL MANAGER

OSI MESSAGE HANDLING SYSTEM - MAIL SERVER

OSI SESSION

OSI TRANSPORT - WAN (Wide Area Networks)

OSI TRANSPORT - LAN (Local Area Networks)

DESCRIPTION:

       This  suite  of products is for the BTOS family of systems based
    on standards defined for the International  Standards  Organization
    (ISO) Open System Interconnection (OSI) reference model.

       The  Mail  Manager  provides  the  MHS  user  interface for mail
    origination and receipt (note: the previously  available  [non-OSI]
    mail manager may also be used).

       The Mail Server implements the l984 X.400 Recommendations of the
    CCITT,  which  provide  a  store-and-forward   multimedia   message
    handling system for multivendor environments.

       The  Session  product  provides  an OSI Session layer and may be
    used  by  OSI  Mail,  user  applications,   and/or   BTOS   network
    communcations.

       OSI  Transport-WAN,  used  in  conjunction  with  the  BTOS X.25
    Gateway, provides support for X.25 packet-switched data networks.

       OSI  Transport-LAN  supports  use  of  ISO  8802/3  local   area
    networks.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Complete   set   available  from  UNISYS  Corporation  (includes
    Administration, Operation, and Reference documents)

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       UNISYS B26, B27, B28, B38, B39, and XE520 Processors

O/S:

       BTOS II on B25 family; XEBTOS and XE520

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C


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DISTRIBUTOR:

       UNISYS Corporation
       P.O. Box 500
       Blue Bell, PA 19424-0001


CONTACT:

       Phil Burton (408) 435-3791

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       See your local UNISYS sales representative

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Property of UNISYS Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.24.3. University of Maryland


2.24.3.1. U. of Maryland IP/TCP-1100

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   IP/TCP-1100

DESCRIPTION:

       The  University  of  Maryland  Computer   Science   Center   has
    implemented  TCP/IP  for  the  Unisys 1100 Series computer systems.
    The implementation currently supports IP, ICMP, TCP, server TELNET,
    server  FTP,  user and server SMTP, user and server MDQS.  The link
    level connection is via a 40KB  synchronous  link  or  Unisys  word
    channel.  Currently  running on at least 3 Internet hosts including
    UMD2.UMD.EDU.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation,  configuration  and  operation  documentation   is
    provided  in  both printed and machine readable form.  No internals
    documentation is currently available.  Package  is  distributed  in
    source form.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Unisys 1100/60 EIS, 1100/70 EIS, 1100/80, 1100/90

O/S:

       OS1100 Level 38R5 or later

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       PLUS and MASM

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Systems Staff
       Computer Science Center
       University of Maryland
       College Park, MD   20742

CONTACT:

    Louis A. Mamakos, (louie@TRANTOR.UMD.EDU), (301) 454-6026
    Michael G. Petry, (petry@TRANTOR.UMD.EDU), (301) 454-5617

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact distributors for current procedure.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

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       Developed under state of Maryland funding by public institution;
    available to any requestor

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990
















































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2.25. VXM Technologies, Inc.



2.25.1. TIM

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  TIM

DESCRIPTION:

       The TIM network application program interface is: 1) an enabling
    technology    which    provides   rapid   distributed   application
    development, 2) machine independent, allowing easy  portability  of
    code,  3) a transitional technology which will allow easy migration
    from TCP/IP to OSI networks, and 4)  a  toolkit  for  interactively
    debugging and exercising applications across heterogeneous systems.
    Users will be able to simply swap  out  TIM/TCP  and  relink  their
    applications  with TIM/OSI.  The TIM network API lets users get the
    maximum benefit from TCP-based applications, as well as provides an
    easy  to  implement  transition  strategy  from one network type to
    another.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Complete   documentation   on   how   to   create    distributed
    applications,   debugging,   setting  diagnostics,  explanation  of
    compiler problems in DEC VMS and Sun BSD, and their workarounds.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       MIPS  120,  Sun,  Apollo,  PCs,  Macintosh,  DEC  VAX,   Silicon
    Graphics, Multiflow, Mainframe VM, HP 9000 (300 & 900 series)

O/S:

       Aegis,  Unix  V,  BSD,  RISCOS  (MIPS),  XENIX, MS DOS, DEC VMS,
    ULTRIX, Macintosh, VM, MVS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C language object modules

DISTRIBUTOR:

       VXM Technologies, Inc.
       Box 9121 Kenmore Station
       Boston, MA 02215-9121
       (800) 627 5221
       (617)730 8490

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989

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2.26. XEROX CORPORATION



2.26.1. Xerox XDE

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   XDE (Xerox Development Environment) 6.0 Desktop

DESCRIPTION:

       The TCP/IP package in XDE 6.0 supports the  use  of  the  TCP/IP
    family  of  networking  protocols.    It  supports  the application
    protocols  of  FTP,  TFTP,  SMTP  and  Telnet  and  the  networking
    protocols  of  IP,  TCP,  UDP and ARP, as outlined by various RFCs.
    This package also provides for window-based user interfaces to  the
    above   application   protocols   and   Mesa  language  programming
    interfaces to the above protocols.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Programmer  level  documentation  to  each  of  the   individual
    application  level  protocols as well as network level protocols is
    given, and also user interface documentation for  the  tools  which
    use these applications.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       This software is for use on the 8010 and 6085 processors.  These
    are proprietary processors optimized for the running  of  the  Mesa
    language.

O/S:

       Pilot 12.3 operating system (Xerox proprietary)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Mesa 12.3

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Xerox Corporation
       475 Oakmead Parkway
       Sunnyvale, CA  94086

CONTACT:

       Local Xerox Sales Representative

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact above


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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of the Xerox Corporation for 8010 and 6085 workstations

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990















































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2.27. SOFTWARE MULTIPLE-MACHINE IMPLEMENTATIONS



2.27.1. BANYAN SYSTEMS, INC.


2.27.1.1. VINES TCP/IP Routing Option

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   VINES TCP/IP Routing Option

DESCRIPTION:

       Banyan  Systems  Inc.  develops  and  markets  VINES  -- virtual
    networking software that allows  network  resources  to  appear  as
    transparent  extensions  to  local  PCs.  VINES integrates multiple
    communications  technologies,  including   local-   and   wide-area
    network,  mini  and  mainframe  links.    The  company also markets
    high-performance, multi-function  network  servers  which  run  the
    VINES network operating system while providing internetwork support
    for a variety of popular local area networks.

       The  VINES  TCP/IP  Routing  option  allows  a   Banyan   Server
    (VINES/386,  DTS,  BNS  or CNS) to route IP frames.  This enables a
    single Banyan server or a network  of  Banyan  servers  to  connect
    multiple TCP/IP hosts or networks.

       This  option  supports  connections  between TCP/IP networks and
    Banyan servers over Ethernet (3Com 3C501 and 3C505, Micom- Interlan
    NI5010  and  NI5210, and Ungermann-Bass NIC), IEEE 802.5 Token Ring
    (IBM and Proteon ProNET-4), and Proteon ProNET-10.

       This option is available with VINES Release 3.0 and later.

       Connections between TCP/IP networks and Banyan servers over 3Com
    3C603  Token  Ring and 3Com 3C503 Ethernet are supported with VINES
    Release 3.10.

DOCUMENTATION:

       The TCP/IP option guide is included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       80286, 80386, 80486, or Banyan proprietary servers CNS family.

O/S:

       UNIX System V optimized for VINES

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

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DISTRIBUTOR:

       Banyan Systems Inc.
       120 Flanders Rd.
       Westboro, MA 01581

CONTACT:

       Michele Capalupo, (800) 828-2404

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact nearest Banyan reseller or call (508) 898-2404









































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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of Banyan Systems Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989















































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2.27.1.2. VINES TCP/IP Server-to-Server Option

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   VINES TCP/IP Server-to-Server Option

DESCRIPTION:

       Banyan Systems  Inc.  develops  and  markets  VINES  --  virtual
    networking  software  that  allows  network  resources to appear as
    transparent extensions to local PCs.    VINES  integrates  multiple
    communications   technologies,   including   local-  and  wide-area
    network, mini and  mainframe  links.    The  company  also  markets
    high-performance,  multi-function  network  servers  which  run the
    VINES network operating system while providing internetwork support
    for a variety of popular local area networks.

       The  VINES  TCP/IP  Server-to-Server  option  allows two or more
    Banyan  servers  to  communicate  across  a  TCP/IP  network.    IP
    internetting  is  available  across Ethernet (3Com 3C501 and 3C505,
    Micom-Interlan NI5010 and NI5210,  and  Ungermann-Bass  NIC),  IEEE
    802.5  Token Ring (IBM and Proteon ProNet-4), and Proteon ProNET-10
    networks.

       This option is attractive to customers with access to  a  TCP/IP
    backbone  who need to connect remote Banyan servers.  VINES packets
    originating from one Banyan server and destined for a remote Banyan
    server  are  encapsulated  in  IP  protocol headers to be routed by
    non-Banyan IP routers through a TCP/IP network.

       This option is available with VINES Release 3.0. and later.

DOCUMENTATION:

       The TCP/IP option guide is included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       80286, 80386, 80486, or Banyan proprietary servers CNS family

O/S:

       UNIX System V optimized for VINES

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Banyan Systems Inc.
       120 Flanders Rd.
       Westboro, MA 01581

CONTACT:

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       Michele Capalupo, (800) 828-2404

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact nearest Banyan reseller or call (508) 898-2404

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of Banyan Systems Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990









































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2.27.2. FRONTIER TECHNOLOGY


2.27.2.1. Frontier Technology Super-X.25 Library

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Super-X.25 Programmatic Library

DESCRIPTION:

       Provides a programming interface to an X.25 network. Allows  the
    user  to  write  his own application programs. Certified for use on
    major data networks  including  the  DDN  (Defense  Data  Network),
    Public  Data  Networks  (Telenet  and  Tymnet),  and  private  X.25
    networks. The software  is  downloaded  to  Frontier's  intelligent
    communications controller relieving the host CPU from the burden of
    executing the software.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation/Operations Manual included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBMPC, PS/2, Apple, IBM compatible.

O/S:

       DOS, MacOS, SCO  Xenix  386,  Interactive  386ix,  AIX(RT),  AOX
    (PS/2), A/UX.

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Ave.
       Milwaukee, WI 53211

CONTACT:

       Ann Finkler, Marketing/Sales (414)964-8689

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Frontier Technologies.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Frontier Technologies

DDN-QUALIFIED:

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       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.27.3. INTEGRAPH CORP.


2.27.3.1. Network File System

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Network File System (NFS)

DESCRIPTION:

       The  lower layers of TCP/IP serve as the underlying protocol for
    NFS.  These Protocols  are  delivered  as  part  of  the  Intergrap
    standard system delivery. NFS is available from Intergraph for both
    VAX Microvax hosts and Unix System V, version 3.1, hosts. Integraph
    supports  NFS  for  PC's  running  the SUN Microsystem NFS protocol
    specifications, version 3.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Integraph Guide to NFS,  Document  #  DSYS10912,  included  with
    software license.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC   VAX,  Microvax,  IBM  PC,  PS/2,  Integraph  Clipper-based
    workstations and servers.

O/S:

       Unix, VMS, DOS, AT&T Unix System V.3.1, VAX/VMS, V.5.0-Z

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Integraph Corporation
       One Madison Industrial Park
       Huntsville, AL
       35894-0001


CONTACT:

       William W.  Payne  Jr,  Manager,  System  Sales  Support,  (205)
    730-2000

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Network File System (NFS), Part # SS**066

PROPRIETY-STATUS:


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       no

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.27.3.2. Network Queuing System

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Network Queuing System (NQS)

DESCRIPTION:

       NWQ  is  a  batch  and  device  queing  facility  supporting job
    requests in  a  networked  environment  composed  of  Clipper-based
    workstations,  servers, and Vaxes. The nodes in an NQS network must
    be running the CLIX 3.1 operationg system.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Network Queuing System (NQS) User's Guide, Document # DSA025410,
    included with system delivery.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC  VAX,  Microvax,  Integraph  Clipper-based  workstations and
    servers.

O/S:

       Unix, AT&T Unix System V.3.1, VAX/VMS V5.0.Z

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Integraph Corporation
       One Madison Industrial Park
       Huntsville AL
       35894-0001


CONTACT:

       William W. Payne, Mgr., System Sales Support, (205) 730-2000

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Network Queuing System (NQS), Part # SS**126

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       No

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes


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2.27.4. LACHMAN ASSOCIATES


2.27.4.1. OSI LAN Transport Software

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   OSI LAN Transport Software

DESCRIPTION:

       This source code product provides a complete  implementation  of
    the  OSI-defined Local Area Network transport protocols.  Protocols
    supported include Transport Class 4 (TP4), Connection-Less  Network
    Protocol  (CLNP), End System To Intermediate System (ES-IS) routing
    exchange, and Logical Link Control Class 1 (LLC1).   This  software
    conforms to U.S. GOSIP, U.K. GOSIP, MAP 3.0, TOP 3.0, and COS 1.1.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release  Notes Manual Pages, User's Guide, System Administration
    Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       Can be ported into  any  environment  which  supports  the  UNIX
    System  V  STREAMS  architecture  provided as a part of System V or
    from the Portable STREAMS Environment

O/S:

       Unix

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation
       1901 North Naper Boulevard
       Naperville, IL.  60563-8895

CONTACT:

       James R. Hancock, Sales Manager, (708) 505-9100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Source code license required

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       This product is the proprietary property of INTERACTIVE  Systems
    Corporation and Retix.

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2.27.4.2. OSI/TCP Application Facility

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   OSI/TCP Application Facility

DESCRIPTION:

       This  source  code  product  provides  the  ability  to  run OSI
    Applications such as FTAM and X.400 over  existing  TCP/IP  network
    transport  services.  The OSI/TCP Application Facility provides the
    OSI-based Transport Class 0 (TP0) serives over  a  TCP  connection.
    This implementation is compliant with RFC 1006.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release Notes and Manual Pages

MACHINE TYPE:

       Can  be  ported  into  any  environment  which supports the UNIX
    System V STREAMS architecture provided as a part  of  System  V  or
    from the Portable STREAMS Environment

O/S:

       Unix

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation
       1901 North Naper Boulevard
       Naperville, IL.  60563-8895

CONTACT:

       James R. Hancock, Sales Manager, (708) 505-9100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Source code license required

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       This  product is the proprietary property of INTERACTIVE Systems
    Corporation.

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990


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2.27.4.3. OSI WAN Transport Software

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   OSI WAN Transport Software

DESCRIPTION:

       This source code product provides a complete  implementation  of
    the  OSI-defined  Wide Area Network transport protocols.  Protocols
    supported include Transport Classes 0, 2, and 4  (TP0,  TP2,  TP4),
    X.25  (including  PLP  and  LAPB),  and  the  Subnetwork  Dependent
    Convergence Function (SNDCF).

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release Notes Manual Pages, User's Guide, System  Administration
    Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       Can  be  ported  into  any  environment  which supports the UNIX
    System V STREAMS architecture provided as a part  of  System  V  or
    from the Portable STREAMS Environment

O/S:

       Unix

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation
       1901 North Naper Boulevard
       Naperville, IL.  60563-8895

CONTACT:

       James R. Hancock, Sales Manager, (708) 505-9100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Source code license required

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       This  product is the proprietary property of INTERACTIVE Systems
    Corporation and Retix.

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990

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2.27.4.4. SendX/400 Mail Gateway

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   SendX/400 Mail Gateway

DESCRIPTION:

       This source code product provides an application gateway between
    OSI-based  X.400  mail  systems and TCP/IP-based SMTP mail systems.
    The SendX/400 Mail Gateway translates mail from the format  of  one
    delivery  service to the other, eliminating the need for mail users
    to know the details of the gateway or the  TCP/IP  and  X.400  mail
    protocols.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release Notes, Manual Pages, System Administration Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       Can  be  ported to any computer architecture which supports UNIX
    System V Release 3.0 or later.

O/S:

       UNIX System V Release 3.0

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation
       1901 North Naper Boulevard
       Naperville, IL.  60563-8895

CONTACT:

       James R. Hancock, Sales Manager, (708) 505-9100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Source code license required

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       This product is the proprietary property of INTERACTIVE  Systems
    Corporation.

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990


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2.27.4.5. X.400 Gateway API

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   X.400 Gateway API

DESCRIPTION:

       This  source  code  product  provides an application programming
    interface which utilizes the services of the INTERACTIVE X.400 MTA.
    This  gateway  API allows custom application software and non-X.400
    mail systems ti utilize the X.400 MTA services.   Gateways  between
    proprietary  mail  systems  and X.400 mail systems can be developed
    utilizing the X.400 Gateway API.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release  Notes  Manual   Pages,   Programmer's   Guide,   System
    Administration Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       Can  be  ported to any computer architecture which supports UNIX
    System V Release 3.0 or later.

O/S:

       Unix System V Release 3.0 or later

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation
       1901 North Naper Boulevard
       Naperville, IL.  60563-8895

CONTACT:

       James R. Hancock, Sales Manager, (708) 505-9100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Source code license required

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       This product is the proprietary property of INTERACTIVE  Systems
    Corporation and Retix.

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990

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2.27.4.6. X.400 MTA

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   X.400 MTA

DESCRIPTION:

       This  source  code product provides a complete implementation of
    the OSI-defined X.400 MTA (message transfer agent) and provides the
    ability to transfer mail messages to other systems that support the
    X.400 mail protocol.  The X.400 MTA is implemented  over  the  AT&T
    defined  Transport  Library  Interface  and  can  be  configured to
    operate over  any  INTERACTIVE  TLI  compliant  transport  services
    including  the System V STREAMS TCP, OSI LAN Transport Service, and
    OSI WAN Transport Service.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release Notes Manual Pages, User's Guide, System  Administration
    Guide

MACHINE TYPE:

       Can  be  ported to any computer architecture which supports UNIX
    System V Release 3.0 or later.

O/S:

       Unix System V Release 3.0 or later

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation
       1901 North Naper Boulevard
       Naperville, IL.  60563-8895

CONTACT:

       James R. Hancock, Sales Manager, (708) 505-9100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Source code license required

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       This product is the proprietary property of INTERACTIVE  Systems
    Corporation and Retix.

DATE-UPDATED:

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2.27.5. MARI ADVANCED SYSTEMS LTD


2.27.5.1. QNX

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    QNX Operating System

DESCRIPTION:

       QNX  is  a  distributed  operating  system  based  upon ARC net,
    supplied by Quantrum of Canada. The  TCP/IP  package  allowsone  or
    more  PC's  to  be  set  up  as  a  gateway to an Ethernet network.
    Current  Ethernet  cards  supported:    Western  Digital   WD8003e,
    Excelan, BICC Isolan, 3COM.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, Clones

DISTRIBUTOR:

       MARI Advanced Systems Ltd
       MARI House, Gateshead,
       Tyne & Wear NE8 1HE
       UK

CONTACT:

       Mr.  R.J.  Campbell, MARI (Product Manager) Tel: +44 91 490 1515
    Fax: +44 91 490 0013

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact MARI direct.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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2.27.5.2. TCP/IP for QNX

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    TCP/IP for QNX

DESCRIPTION:

       The software product, TCP/IP for QNX, is  an  implementation  of
    TCP/IP  for  the  QNX  operating  system,  a real time, multi-user,
    multi-tasking operating system  which  runs  on  Intel  IAPX  based
    Personal  Computers.  Available  as  part of the package are UDP, a
    4.2BSD compatible socket  library,  and  a  number  of  "management
    tools", including telnet and tftp.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Documentation   is   available   in  printed  form.    Documents
    available: Installation Guide.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM Compatible

O/S:

       QNX Version 3.15

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       MARI Advanced Systems Ltd
       MARI House, Gateshead,
       Tyne & Wear, NE8 1HE
       UK

CONTACT:

       Mr. R.J. Campbell, MARI (Product Manager) Tel: +44 91  490  1515
    Fax: +44 91 490 0013

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact MARI direct.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990





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2.27.6. RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE


2.27.6.1. Research Triangle Institute FREEDOMNET

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   FREEDOMNET

DESCRIPTION:

       FREEDOMNET  is  a  software  subsystem developed by the Research
    Triangle Institute that can be added to physically  interconnected,
    heterogeneous  UNIX-based  computers  to allow a user to access the
    resources of all of the computers in the network in  a  transparent
    manner.   FREEDOMNET hides issues of inter-processor communications
    and network protocols from the user and is  applicable  to  a  wide
    variety of both local and wide-area networks.

       All  standard UNIX features are unchanged by FREEDOMNET software
    in form and meaning, with inter-machine communication taking  place
    as  necessary.    With  FREEDOMNET  software,  it  is possible, for
    example, for a user to access files and  peripheral  devices  on  a
    remote  machine  by  specifying  a directory on a remote machine as
    being his current working  directory,  requesting  execution  of  a
    program  on  a  remote machine, or redirecting input and/or output.
    These standard  UNIX  features  can  be  used  without  the  user's
    conscious  concern  for  the  fact  that several machines and their
    peripherals  may  be  involved.    FREEDOMNET  preserves  all  UNIX
    semantics in order to achieve transparency.

       Because  FREEDOMNET  preserves  all  UNIX semantics, it provides
    true transparency from the user's point of  view.    This  includes
    transparency  in  a  heterogeneous environment where differences in
    machine architecture (and UNIX implementation) must be masked.  The
    FREEDOMNET  "stateful"  server  approach  allows  for remote device
    sharing and for remote execution of programs.  The  fact  that  the
    standard  UNIX  file naming syntax is used to refer to remote files
    and  devices  makes  FREEDOMNET  very  easy  to   learn   and   use
    effectively.    In  addition,  existing programs (UNIX commands and
    user-written applications)  can  be  made  "distributable"  without
    modification  due  to the consistent naming scheme and preservation
    of  all  UNIX  semantics.    FREEDOMNET  provides   a   basis   for
    implementing   high-performance,   fault   tolerant,   and   secure
    distributed computing systems.

       FREEDOMNET is added to the UNIX  kernel  much  like  a  standard
    device  driver.  No kernel source changes are required.  FREEDOMNET
    uses  the  User  Datagram  Protocol  (UDP)  on  Ethernet,  but   is
    implemented  so  as  to  be  independent  of  network  hardware and
    protocols.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from Research Triangle Institute

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MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       VAX, Sun, Gould, Masscomp, Convex, Unisys, NCR, Arix, IBM RT PC,
    Pyramid, ATT, Intel 386.

O/S:

       UNIX  System  V,  Releases  2  and  3;  4.2  BSD  and  4.3  BSD;
    4.3BSD+NFS; Ultrix 2.x; SunOS Release  3.x;  Masscomp  RTU  Release
    3.1a;  Convex  Release  6.x;  Gould  UTX/32,  Release  2.x; IBM AIX
    Release 2.2; Pyramid OS/x Release 4.4.

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C







































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DISTRIBUTOR:

       Research Triangle Institute
       3040 Cornwallis Road
       P.O. Box 12194
       Research Triangle Park, N.C. 27709-2194
       (919) 541-6000

CONTACT:

       Mr. R. Warren, RTI, (rbw@rti.rti.org) or  Mr.  T.  Warren,  RTI,
    (wtw@rti.rti.org), (919) 541-6000

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       First contact should be with one of the above at RTI.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989


































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2.27.7. SIRIUS SYSTEMS, INC. (CONVERGENT TECHNOLOGIES)


2.27.7.1. Sirius Systems Internet-CT

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  Internet-CT

DESCRIPTION:

       A  full  implementation  of  TCP/IP  for  the  Unisys/Convergent
    workstation and SRP product lines and their clones.    The  package
    includes  the  following link level drivers: IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet),
    SLIP, AX.25, and X.25.

       Full IP/ICMP is provided and can serve as both host and gateway.
    A  set  of  library  routines  is  provided  to permit user-written
    applications to make use  of  TCP.    FTP,  TELNET,  and  SMTP  are
    provided.   Local and remote transport service resource utilization
    and link level  packet  tracing  are  included.    An  OS  specific
    peer-to-peer  networking  module (S-Net) is also available.  VT-100
    support (via CT-102)  is  also  available  as  an  optional  TELNET
    client.    A  CT-Mail/B-Mail  is  SMTP  gateway (InterMail) is also
    available.

       Support and update service may be separately purchased.  On-site
    training and installation services are also available.

DOCUMENTATION:

       An installation and user's manual including tutorial is provided
    with  each  copy  of  the  software.    Additional  copies  of  the
    documentation my be purchased separately.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Unisys/Convergent NGen (80186, 80286, and 80386 versions), 286i,
    386i, IWS, AWS, and MegaFrame SRP.  Unisys B-21, B-22, B-26,  B-28,
    B-38, B-39, and XE-520, XE-530.

O/S:

       CTOS, CTOS-VM, ETOS, BTOS-II

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C, Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Sirius Systems, Inc.
       Box 2202
       Petersburg, VA 23804
       (804) 733-7944

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CONTACT:

       David Hansen

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Sirius Systems

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Sirius Systems, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990







































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2.27.8. THE SOFTWARE GROUP LTD.


2.27.8.1. X.25 Interface Package

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    X.25 Interface Package (XIP)

DESCRIPTION:

       XIP  is  a  portable implementation of the CCITT (1980 and 1984)
    X.25 protocol.  It  is  a  full  implementation  of  the  protocol,
    allowing not only full negotiation of per-call facilities, but also
    configuration  via  registration  packets  and   operation   in   a
    multi-link  environment  using  MLP.    XIP  also  provides the OSI
    addressing extensions to X.25 for use in OSI protocol environments.

       Implementations of XIP have been certified in  Europe  (Germany,
    Austria,  Spain,  Britain),  North America (Tymnet, Sprint Telenet,
    Datapac, Infoswitch), and the Far East (Japan).

DOCUMENTATION:

  Functional Specification:
        Describes functional characteristics of the protocol.
  Porting Guide:
        Describes the software engineering steps to follow in porting XIP t
        a new hardware/software environment.
  Internals Documentation:
        Full description of the protocol implementation: state machines,
        buffer handling, code flow, process dispatching conditions and
        utility routines are all covered.

MACHINE TYPE:

       XIP  has   been   implemented   on   a   number   of   different
    microprocessor-based  systems  -  Motorola  68000, Intel 80x86, and
    Zilog Z8000.

O/S:

       XIP has been used in a number of dedicated  real-time  scheduler
    OS  environments,  including  VRTX and pSOS.  It does not require a
    scheduler for operation.

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       The Software Group Limited
       2 Director Court, Suite 201
       Woodbridge, Ontario

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       Canada
       L4L 3Z5

CONTACT:

        Derek Vair
        vox: (416) 856-0238
        fax: (416) 856-0242
        uunet!tsgfred!derek@uunet.UU.NET  (ARPANET)
        uunet!tsgfred!netcom2 (USENET)

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Software technology license

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Source code proprietary to The Software Group Limited

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       NO

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990




























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2.27.9. U.C. BERKELEY


2.27.9.1. TN3270

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   TN3270

DESCRIPTION:

       Version 4.1 of tn3270 is now available. Tn3270 emulates  an  IBM
    3278 over TCP/IP.

       Significant features to tn3270 are:

       - Error  messages,  in English, overlay a portion of the screen
         when the user  types  an  erroneous  entry  (invalid  control
         sequence,  attempt  to  enter  data  in an "input disallowed"
         field, etc.).

       - Ability to "escape to shell".  This,  by  itself,  is  mostly
         useful in a non-BSD system.

       - An  Application  Programming  Interface  (API).   This allows
         programs, running under Unix, to  read  and  write  the  3270
         screen,  and to send keystrokes (3270) to tn3270.  This makes
         use of the "escape  to  shell"  feature.    Included  in  the
         distribution is a program which uses the API to receive files
         sent from the IBM host (we don't supply the IBM side at  this
         point, and the protocol is likely to change in the future).

       - Yale ASCII/7171/4994 "transparent" mode is fully implemented.
         SAS-Graph,  for  example,  supports  doing  graphics  to  TEK
         terminals  over  this  interface.    Locally,  we  use  the X
         windowing system terminal emulator  (xterm),  which  provides
         some  TEK  emulation,  to  display  SAS-Graph graphics on our
         workstations.

       - Mset now prints out program function (PF) keys  in  numerical
         order.

DOCUMENTATION:

       On-line manual pages contained in the distribution

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Any

O/S:

       BSD UNIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

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       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Campus Software Office, UC Berkeley.

       The  new  version  is  also availble for anonymous ftp from host
    arpa.berkeley.edu,  in  directory  pub,  in  file   tn3270.tar   or
    tn3270.tar.Z.    The  file  should  be  retrieved in "binary" mode.
    These are large files (700 Kbytes and 300 Kbytes respectively),  so
    requestors  should consider ordering the product by mail instead of
    using ftp.

CONTACT:

       Greg Minshall, (minshall@berkeley.edu), (415) 642-0530

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Send a check for  $100.00  (US),  payable  to  "Regents  of  the
    University of California", to:

           Campus Software Office
           295 Evans Hall
           UC Berkeley, CA 94720
           USA

    Indicate "tn3270" on an accompanying memo.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989






















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2.27.10. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA


2.27.10.1. The ISO Development Environment

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   The ISO Development Environment (ISODE 6.0)

DESCRIPTION:

       This  software  supports the development of certain kinds of OSI
    protocols and applications.

       Current modules include:

       - OSI transport service (TP0 on  top  of  TCP,  X.25;  TP4  for
         SunLink OSI)

       - OSI session, presentation, and association control services

       - ASN.1 abstract syntax/transfer notation tools, including:

            * remote  oerpations  stub-generator (front-end for remote
              operations)

            * structure generator (ASN.1 to C)

            * element-parser (basic encoding rules)

       - OSI reliable transfer and remote operations services

       - OSI file transfer, access and management

       - FTAM/FTP gateway

       - OSI directory services

       - OSI virtual terminal (basic calss, TELNET profile)

       ISODE 6.0 consists of final "IS" level  implementations  with  a
    few  exceptions.   ROSE and RTSE are current to the last circulated
    drafts (March, 1988); VT is a DIS implementation.  The  ISODE  also
    contains implementations of the 1984 X.400 versions of ROS and RTS.
    ISODE is aligned with the U.S. Government OSI Profile (GOSIP).

       Fugure modules planned for the next release include:

       - OSI message handling system

       - MHS/SMTP gateway

       Although the ISODE is not "supported" per se,  it  does  have  a
    problem  reporting  address, Bug-ISODE@NISC.NYSER.NET.  Bug reports
    (and fixes) are welcome by the way.

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       The discussion group ISODE@NIC.DDN.MIL is used as an open  forum
    on  ISODE.    Contact ISODE-Request@NIC.DDN.MIL to be added to this
    list.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Five volume  User's  Manual  (approx.  1000  pages,  sources  in
    LaTeX);  UNIX manual entries (sources in roff); other miscellaneous
    documents in LaTeX or SLiTeX format

CPU:

       Any

O/S:

       BSD 4.2  or  4.3  UNIX,  AT&T  SVR2  or  SVR3  UNIX,  and  other
    UNIX-based operating systems

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR (NORTH AMERICA):

       University of Pennsylvania
       Department of Computer and Information Science
       Moore School
       Attn: David J. Farber (ISODE Distribution)
       200 South 33rd Street
       Philadelphia, PA 19104-6314
       USA
       Phone: +1-215-898-8560

DISTRIBUTOR (EUROPE):

       Department of Computer Science
       Attn: Natalie May/Dawn Bailey
       University College
       Gower Street
       London, WC1E 6BT
       UK
       Phone: +44-1-380-7214
       Fax:   +44-1-387-1397
       Mail:  natalie@cs.ucl.ac.uk

DISTRIBUTOR (EUROPE, tape only):

       EUUG Distributions
       c/o Frank Kuiper
       Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica
       Kruislaan 413
       1098 SJ  Amsterdam

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       The Netherlands
       Phone: +31-20-5924056 (or: +31-20-5929333)
       Fax:   +31-20-5924199
       Mail:  euug-tapes@cwi.nl

DISTRIBUTOR (AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND):

       CSIRO DIT
       Attn: Andrew Waugh (ISODE DISTRIBUTION)
       55 Barry St
       Carlton, 3053
       Australia
       Phone: +61-3-347-8644
       Fax:   +61-3-347-8987
       Mail:  ajw@ditmela.oz.au

CONTACT:

       Bug-ISODE@NISC.NYSER.NET

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

    Send a check or purchase order to one of the distribution facilities
    listed above.  Do not send tapes or envelopes.

    North America:      $375.00 US Dollars for source and documentation
                        (documentation only is also 375 US Dollars)

    Europe:             200 Pounds Sterling for source and documentation
                        (documentation only is also 200 Pounds Sterling)

    Europe (tape only): 130 Dutch Guilders for 1600bpi 1/2-inch tape
                        130 Dutch Guilders for 800bpi 1/2-inch tape
                        190 Dutch Guilders for Sun 1/4-inch cartridge tape
                        190 Dutch Guilders for 1/4-inch cartridge (QIC-11)
                        (EUUG members enclose copy of membership, non-EUUG
                        members add 300 Dutch Guilders)

    Australia:          250 dollars Australian for source and documentation
                        (documentation only is also 250 dollars Australian)

    FTP:
    If you can FTP to the DARPA/NSF Internet, you can use anonymous FTP to
    nisc.nyser.net [192.33.4.10] and retrieve the file pub/isode/isode-6.ta
    in BINARY mode.  This is a 4.5MB compressed tar image.

    NIFTP:
    If you run NIFTP over the public X.25 or over JANET, and are registered
    the NRS at Salford, you can use NIFTP with username "guest" and your ow
    name as password, to access UK.AC.UCL.CS to retrieve the file
    isode-6.tar.Z which is a 4.5MB compressed tar image.

    FTAM on the JANET or PSS:

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    The sources are available by FTAM at UCL over X.25 using JANET
    (00000511160013) or PSS (23421920030013) with TSEL "259" (ascii encodin
    Use the "anon" user-identity, supply any password, and retrieve the fil
    src/isode-6.tar.Z which is a 4.5MB compressed tar image.

    FTAM on the DARPA/NSF Internet:
    The sources are available by FTAM over the Internet at host osi.nyser.n
    [192.33.4.20] (TCP port 102 selects the OSI transport service) with
    TSEL 259 (numeric encoding).  Use the "anon" user-identity,
    supply any password, and retrieve the file portal/isode-6.tar.Z
    which is a 4.5MB tar image.

    For distributions via FTAM, the file service is provided by the FTAM
    implementation in ISODE 5.0.

    For distributions via either FTAM or FTP, there is an additional file
    available for retrieval, called isode-ps.tar.Z which is a compressed ta
    image (7MB) containing the entire documentation set in PostScript
    format.

SUPPORT:

       A  UK  company  has been set up to provide support for the ISODE
    and associated  packages  -  X-Tel  Services  Ltd.    This  company
    provides  an  update  service, general assistance and site specific
    support.  Although inclusion of  this  information  should  not  be
    considered  an  endorsement,  it  should  be  noted that one of the
    primary ISODE developers now works at X-Tel Services Ltd.

           X-Tel Services Ltd.
           13-03 Tower Block
           Nottingham University
           Nottingham, NG7 2RD
           UK
           Phone: +44-602-412648
           Fax:   +44-602-588138
           Telex: 37346
           Mail:  xtel@cs.nott.ac.uk

       If other organizations offering formal  support  for  the  ISODE
    wish  to be included in future announcements, a suitable index will
    be organized.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Openly available under an implicit "hold harmless" clause:    no
    licenses  to  sign, and any requests for signatures, letters, etc.,
    are rejected out of hand.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       December 1989


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2.27.11. WELLFLEET COMMUNICATIONS, INC.


2.27.11.1. TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Wellfleet products

DESCRIPTION:

       The Wellfleet product  line  provides  LAN  interconnection  for
    TCP/IP  and  OSI  based  networks over private or X.25 (PDN or DDN)
    networks.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Configuration  Operator's  and  Management  Manuals
    included with nodes at no charge or may be ordered separately.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Wellfleet supports all machines which support TCP/IP and OSI.

O/S:

       Wellfleet's  software runs on Wellfleet hardware.  The operating
    system was developed for this hardware platform.

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Wellfleet Communications, Inc.
       12 DeAngelo Drive
       Bedford, MA 01730
       FAX: 617-275-5001

CONTACT:

       Mark Strangio, Director of Product Marketing, (617)275-2400

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Wellfleet Communications

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Wellfleet Communications, Inc.

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       No

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3. HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATIONS

3.1. APPLE COMPUTER, INC.



3.1.1. Frontier Technologies Corporation


3.1.1.1. MAC II-DDN

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    MAC II-DDN

DESCRIPTION:

       Frontier's DCA Certified X.25 software is implemented to operate
    in  the MAC II Nubus architecture.  The user could use only X.25 or
    X.25 with TCP/IP downloaded to the card.    Drivers  for  different
    operating  systems  are  provided.    The DDN implementation has C2
    security features available as options.  The hardware  consists  of
    an  intelligent  communications controller with 1/2 M RAM available
    for X.25 and TCP/IP code.  Multitasking is provided  on  the  card.
    FTP/SMTP/TELNET  are  available  as  application programs. Software
    support  for  Blacker  and  Fischer   International   Watchdog   is
    available.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available

CPU:

       Apple MAC II

O/S:

       Multifinder

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Avenue
       Milwaukee, WI  53211

CONTACT:

       Dr.  Prakash  Ambegaonkar,  (414)  964-8689  Ann  Finkler  (414)
    964-8689


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ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Frontier Technologies

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Frontier Technologies

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.1.2. KINETICS, INC.


3.1.2.1. K-Talk

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  K-Talk

DESCRIPTION:

       K-Talk is a  software  development  platform  that  enables  the
    development of AppleTalk-based applications for UNIX hosts.  K-Talk
    consists of two parts:  user libraries available from Kinetics; and
    kernel  modifications  for  the  UNIX  operating  system.  The user
    libraries give programmers the ability to write applications  based
    on   AppleTalk   protocols   running   on   UNIX,  and  the  kernel
    modifications allow the UNIX Ethernet driver to recognize AppleTalk
    as  a  valid  protocol  type,  allowing  Macintosh  applications to
    communicate using AppleTalk.  UNIX hosts appear as AppleTalk  nodes
    on  an  Ethernet  network.  UNIX  vendors  who have licensed K-Talk
    include TOPS,  Sun  Microsystems,  Inc.,  Pyramid  Technology,  and
    Integrated  Solutions.    K-Talk  is also available on ULTRIX-based
    Digital VAXes.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC VAX, Microvax, SUN

O/S:

       UNIX, SUNOS, ULTRIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Kinetics
       2540 Camino Diablo
       Walnut Creek, CA 94596

CONTACT:

       Susan Hanson, Product Manager (415) 947-0998

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       K-Talk


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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Kinetics

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989















































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3.1.3. Novell


3.1.3.1. EtherPort IIL

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  EtherPort IIL

DESCRIPTION:

       The  EtherPort  IIL  is  an   internal   twisted-pair   Ethernet
    controller  board  for  Macintosh  II  and  Macintosh IIx computers
    developed  in  conjunction  with  SynOptics   Communications   Inc.
    Software   from  Novell  and  third  party  developers  allows  the
    EtherPort-equipped Macintosh II to communicate with a diverse range
    of  Ethernet-based  computer  systems,  including  DEC  VAXes, UNIX
    systems, PCs, and terminals.

       The EtherPort II supports AppleTalk,  TCP/IP,  DECnet,  and  OSI
    protocols.    It  has 32K of on-board memory, comes with a built-in
    transceiver, and connects to LattisNet, the  twisted-pair  Ethernet
    developed by SynOptics Communications.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Macintosh II, Macintosh IIx

O/S:

       Macintosh O/S

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Novell Inc.
       1340 Treat Blvd. Suite 500
       Walnut Creek, CA 94596
       (415)947-0998

CONTACT:

       Product Manager, (415) 947-0998

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       EtherPort IIL, 9900083-00 or E109-2


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3.2. AYDIN MONITOR SYSTEMS



3.2.1. Network Access Controller

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Network Access Controller (NAC)

DESCRIPTION:

       The  Aydin  Network  Access  Component (NAC) is a DDN attachment
    device  providing  X.25  PAD  capability  to  terminals  and  hosts
    computers.    The NAC will concentrate multiple sysnchronous and/or
    asynchronous devices onto the DDN.

o     Interacts with the network control center to support network
      surveillance and management.  Much of this interaction is automatic,
      consisting of status, abnormal event and control messages.

o     Certified to operate on secure networks:
         -  Blacker compatible
         -  Operates with KG84 equipment
         -  Tempest Certified
         -  EMI/HEMP Certified

Synchronous Device Support:
      o  3270 Bisync terminals, hosts and printers
            - Data rates up to 19.2 kbs
      o  3270 SNA terminals, hosts and printers
            - LU1
            - LU2
            - LU3
            - Data rates up to 56 kbs
      o     File transfers between host computers and PC's using IND$FILE.
            Both CUT and DFT devices are supported.
      o  Interoperability with IBM X.25 NPSI products
      o  Interoperability with IBM MVS TCP/IP products
      o  Performs host emulation for synchronous devices so that the
         devices poll locally and not through the network.  This increases
         performance and reduces network charges.  Because of this feature,
         NAC allows for interoperability of dissimilar equipment: synchrono
         to asynchronous protocol conversion.

The NAC provides a full suite of communication protocols:
      -  X.25
         * DDN certified for DoD applications
         * CCITT 1984 including X.3, X.28, X.29
      -  Telnet
      -  Transmission Control Protocol          - TCP
      -  Internet Protocol                      - IP
      -  Host Monitoring Protocol               - HMP
      -  Internet Control Message Protocol      - ICMP
      -  Display System Protocol                - DSP

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      -  3270 Bisync
      -  3270 SNA
      -  Synchronous Data Link Control          - SDLC
      -  SNA LU6.2
      -  Qualified Logical Link Control         - QLLC
      -  Host Front end Protocol                - HFP
      -  Simple Mail Transfer Protocol          - SMTP
      -  File Transfer Protocol                 - FTP
      -  IEEE 802.3 Ethernet
      -  Address Resolution Protocol            - ARP


       The NAC  can  be  configured  as  a  gateway  allowing  for  the
    interconnection  of dissimilar networks.  Also, the NAC can perform
    IP routing for interconnectiong LAN to LAN, LAN to WAN and  WAN  to
    WAN.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Users  Guide,  Operations  &  Maintenance  Manual, Field Service
    Guide

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Aydin Computer and Monitor Division
       700 Dresher Rd.
       Horsham PA. 19044

CONTACT:

       Robert Scavilla, Applications  Manager,  Network  Communications
    (215)657-8600

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Aydin; Product available through DCA contract

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Government has limited rights in data

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990






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3.3. 3COM CORPORATION



3.3.1. 3Com Netbuilder Bridges

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Netbuilder Bridges IB/2000 and IB/3000

DESCRIPTION:

       NetBuilder  internetworking bridge that brings Ethernet Networks
    the benefit in bridging, routing, and brouting  in  local  or  wide
    networks.  Supports all protocols including TCP/IP and X.25.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Proprietary

O/S:

       Proprietary

DISTRIBUTOR:

       3COM Corporation
       3165 Kifer Road
       Santa Clara CA 95052-8145

CONTACT:

       Donna Shaw, Public Relations (408) 562 6424

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

Dial/1-800-NET 3Com and ask for part number
Hardware:   3C5802-Local NetBuilder 2000
                     with thick Ethernet
            3C5803-Local NetBuilder 2000
                with thick/thin Ethernet
            3C5822-Remote NetBuilder 3000
                      with thick Ethernet
            3C5823-Remote NetBuidler 3000
                 with thick/thin Ethernet

Software:   Bridging Software 3.0        3C6705
            Bridging Software 3.0 NCS/2  3C6706
            Bridging Software 3.0 NCS/A7 3C6707

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990



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3.3.2. 3Com 6S/X.25

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    6S/X.25

DESCRIPTION:

       High-performance  gateway server and router that integrates LANS
    on X.25 network service and Ethernet  token  ring,  broadhand  LANS
    using XNS, TCP/IP or OSI protocols.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       3COM Corporation
       3165 Kifer Road
       Santa Clara CA 95052-8145

CONTACT:

       Donna Shaw, Public Relations (408) 562 6424

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

Dial/1-800-NET 3Com and ask for part number

Hardware    3C20000012 Base unit only

Software    3C6953 using XNS protocols
            3C6952 using IP protocols
            3C6954 using OSI protocols


PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of 3COM Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990
















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3.3.3. 3Com Internetworking Bridge/3

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Internetworking Bridge/3 (IB/3)

DESCRIPTION:

       Remote  Routing  Bridge  that  combines  functions  of a typical
    routing bridge with additional  capabilities  for  large  networks.
    Routes all protocols including TCP/IP and X.25.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       3Com Corporation
       3165 Kifer Road
       Santa Clara CA 95052-8145

CONTACT:

       Donna Shaw, Public Relations (408) 562-6424

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

Dial/1-800-NET 3Com and ask for part number  3C300000012 Hardware Base only
                                             3C6702A - Required IB/3 Softwa

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990


























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3.3.4. 3Com Internetworking Bridge/1

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Inter networking Bridge/1 (IB/1)

DESCRIPTION:

DOCUMENTATION:

       Local   Ethernet-to-broad  band  routing  bridge  that  provides
    functions of a typical routing bridge with additional  capabilities
    for  large  networks.    Bridges all protocols including TCP/IP and
    X.25.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       3COM Corporation
       3165 Kifer Road
       Santa Clara CA 95052-8145

CONTACT:

       Donna Shaw, Public Relations (408) 562 6424

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

Dial/1-800-NET 3Com and ask for part number
3C300000012 Base unit only
3C6702A - Required IB/1 software

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of 3COM Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990


















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3.3.5. 3Com Communications Server CS/2000, CS/3000

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Communication Server, CS/2000 and CS/2100

DESCRIPTION:

       High performance communciations  servers  that  allow  users  to
    connect  up to 10 terminals, pc's, printers, host ports, modems, or
    other  RS-232-based  devices.    Supports  TCP/IP,  XNS,   industry
    standards.  OSI supported by CS/2100 as well.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Proprietary

O/S:

       Proprietary

DISTRIBUTOR:

       3COM Corporation
       3165 Kifer Road
       Santa Clara CA 95052-8145



CONTACT:

       Donna Shaw, Public Relations (408) 562 6424

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

Dial/ 1-800-NET 3Com and ask for part number
Hardware:  CS/2000  3C5405
           CS/2100  3C5401

Software:
           TCP-based for CS/2000-3C6532
           TCP-based for CS/2100-3C6510
           OSI-based for CS/2100-3C6560A

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of 3Com Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       APRIL 1990





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3.3.6. 3Com Brouter

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    NetBuilder Brouters BR/2000 and BR/3000

DESCRIPTION:

       BR/2000 - Local brouter that combines functions of multiprotocol
    routes and  full  bridge.    Supports  TCP/IP  and  OSI  Protocols.
    BR/3000  -  Remote brouter that combines functions of multiprotocol
    routes  and  full  featured  bridge.    Supports  TCP/IP  and   OSI
    Protocols.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       3Com Corporation
       3165 Kifer Road
       Santa Clara, CA 95052-8145

CONTACT:

       Donna Shaw, Public Relations (408) 562-6424

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

DIAL/1-800-NET 3Com and ask for part number:

HARDWARE
3C5802 Local NetBuilder 2000
         with thick Ethernet
3C5803 Local NetBuilder 2000
    with thick/thin Ethernet
3C5822 Remote NetBuilder 3000
3C5823 Remote NetBuilder 3000

SOFTWARE
Brouting Software 1.0-3C6720
Brouting Software 1.0NCS/2-3C6721
Brouting Software 1.0NCS/A7-3C6722

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of 3Com Corporation.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.3.7. 3Station 2/ED

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    3Station 2/ED

DESCRIPTION:

       Diskless   DOS   Workstation   that   provides  benifits  of  PC
    compatibility and  a  video  terminal  on  a  single  terminal-like
    footprint.  Supports  DOS  and  OS/2  software and supports XNS and
    TCP/IP protocols. Functions as a high resolution graphics terminal.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       PC compatible

O/S:

       DOS, OS/2

DISTRIBUTOR:

       3COM Corporation
       3165 Kifer Road
       Santa Clara CA 95052-8145

CONTACT:

       Donna Shaw, Public Relations (408) 562 6424

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Dial/1-800-NET 3COM and ask for part number 3C1122

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Product of 3COM Corporation

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       APRIL 1990














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3.4. COMPUTER NETWORK TECHNOLOGY



3.4.1. LANLord 8000

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  LANLord 8000

DESCRIPTION:

       The LANLord 8000 provides a  channel  connected  IP  router  for
    directly  connecting IBM, DEC, and Cray CPUs together or to various
    network media.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Cray, DEC VAX, MICROVAX, PDP11, SUN, Apollo, IBM 370, Masscomp

O/S:

       UNIX, VMS, MVS, VM, UNICOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Computer Network Technology
       9440 Science Center Drive
       Minneapolis, MN 55428

CONTACT:

       Bob Lutnicki, Vice-President Marketing, (800) 638 8324

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989















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3.5. DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION



3.5.1. Digital Equipment Corporation


3.5.1.1. DEC 3100

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Internet Portal

DESCRIPTION:

       Using the  RISC-based  DECsystem  3100  hardware  platform,  the
    Internet   Portal  provides  transparent  communication  s  between
    separate TCP/IP networks over a DECnet  Phase  IV  backbone,  which
    will  be  OSI in Phase V. The Portal encapsultes/de-encapsulates IP
    datagrams into DECnet packets for transmission across  the  network
    backbone via routers.  The backbone in question can also be an X.25
    network.

DOCUMENTATION:

       The Portal conforms to the Internet RFCs  and  DECnet  Phase  IV
    specifications.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DECsystem 3100 (RISC)

O/S:

       ULTRIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Digital Equipment Corporation
       550 King Street
       Littleton, MA 01460

CONTACT:

       Audrey Augun, Product Marketing Manager, (603) 884-2695

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990



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3.5.1.2. Internet Gateway

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  DECnet-ULTRIX and the Internet Gateway

DESCRIPTION:

       DECnet-ULTRIX  and  the  Internet  Gateway enables communication
    among different networked Digital systems that use  the  DNA  Phase
    III/IV  protocols.    At the same time, users and user programs can
    communicate with  systems  that  use  the  Internet  (TCP/IP-based)
    protocols.    The following bidirectional capabilities are offered:
    task-to-task communications, remote login,  remote  file  transfer,
    mail.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC/VAX, MICROVAX, DECstations (RISC), DECsystems (RISC)

O/S:

       ULTRIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Digital Equipment Corporation
       550 King St.
       Littleton, MA 01460

CONTACT:

       Audrey Augun, Product Marketing Manager, (603) 884-2695

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       DECnet-ULTRIX QL-716A-AA

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       DEC proprietary

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989







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3.6. SIMPACT ASSOCIATES, INC.



3.6.1. Simpact Associates, Inc.


3.6.1.1. DDN X.25

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    CPI 9000, X.25 DDN for DEC Systems

DESCRIPTION:

       The CPI 9000 series is a complete hardware and software solution
    that provides cost-effective DEC host connections  to  the  Defense
    Data  Network  (DDN).    A  full  service  interface,  the CPI 9000
    provides the entire DoD  protocol  stack  which  includes  the  DoD
    protocol  suite,  TCP/IP,  and  X.25.    The  CPI  9000 uses one of
    Simpact's Intelligent Communications Processors (ICPs), a series of
    programmable  front-end  processors, to offload X.25 communications
    tasks from your DEC host computer.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Manuals included

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       DEC VAX, MICROVAX

O/S (OPERATING SYSTEM):

       ULTRIX & VMS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

CONTACT:

       Sales Department Simpact Associates, Inc.  9210 Sky  Park  Court
    San Diego, CA 92123 (619) 565-1865

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Please  contact  Sales  Department  at  Simpact Assoicates (619)
    565-1865

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.7. EXCELAN



3.7.1. EXport 2000 Communications Server

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  EXport 2000 Communications Server

DESCRIPTION:

       The  EXport  2000  Communications  Server   is   an   eight-port
    asynchronous  multiplexer.    It  allows  connection  of terminals,
    printers, modems, or other devices to an  Ethernet  network  via  a
    standard  25-pin  RS-232 connector.  EXport 2000 conforms to TCP/IP
    industry  standards,  and  operates  in  conjunction  with   Export
    Management  software  to  provide  access  control  to the network,
    resource configuration, Domain Name Service, and software down-line
    loading.    Export  Management Software can be configured on an IBM
    PC/AT running DOS 3.0 or later, VAX/VMS system or a SUN running SUN
    OS.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Export Management Software for DOS/VMS/SUNOS
    Export Terminal Users Guide for DOS/VMS/SUNOS
    Export Managers Guide for DOS/VMS/SUNOS
    Export 2000 Hardware Installation Guide

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Excelan Europe Ltd.
       Intec 2, Suite 17
       Wade Road
       Basingstoke
       Hampshire RG24 One, England

CONTACT:

       Inside sales (408) 434-2300, 1 (800) EXCELAN

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Model 2000-01 operates at 110-volt power
    Model 2000-02 operates at 220-volt power

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Excelan Proprietary


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3.8. FALCON MICROSYSTEMS, INC.



3.8.1. EtherSC

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  EtherSC

DESCRIPTION:

       The  EtherSC  is  a  SCSI  Ethernet  external controller for the
    Macintosh II, Macintosh IIx, Macintosh SE, and Macintosh Plus.   It
    provides  a  direct  connection  to Ethernet networks from the SCSI
    port of Macintosh computers.   Software  from  Kinetics  and  third
    party   developers   allows  the  Ether  SC-equipped  Macintosh  to
    communicate  with  a  diverse  range  of  Ethernet-based   computer
    systems, including DEC VAXes, UNIX systems, PCs, and terminals.

       The   EtherSC   supports  AppleTalk,  TCP/IP,  DECnet,  and  OSI
    protocols.  It comes with  64K  of  memory,  and  models  for  both
    standard  and  thin-wire Ethernet are available.  Besides providing
    Ethernet connections to Macintoshes, the EtherSC can be used  as  a
    standard device driver interface for other products.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Macintosh Plus, Macintosh SE, Macintosh II, Macintosh IIx

O/S:

       Macintosh O/S

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Falcon Microsystems, Inc.
       l801 McCormick Dr.
       Landover, MD 20785-5326
       (301) 341-0146

CONTACT:

       Tom Cromelin, Product Manager (415) 947-0998

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:


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       Ether SC, 170/000700 (Thin Ethernet) or KSEM-1
    Ether SC, 170/000800 (Standard Ethernet) or KSEM-2

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Propriatery product of Kinetics

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

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3.8.2. Etherport II
PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  EtherPort II

DESCRIPTION:

       The Kinetics EtherPort II is  an  internal  Ethernet  controller
    board  for Macintosh II and Macintosh IIx computers.  Software from
    Kinetics and third party developers allows  the  EtherPort-equipped
    Macintosh  II to communicate with a diverse range of Ethernet-based
    computer systems, including  DEC  VAXes,  UNIX  systems,  PCs,  and
    terminals.

       The  EtherPort  II  supports  AppleTalk, TCP/IP, DECnet, and OSI
    protocols.  It has 32K of on-board memory, comes  with  a  built-in
    transceiver,  and connects to both standard and thin-wire Ethernet.
    The Macintosh II can  be  connected  to  either  kind  of  Ethernet
    cabling;  a switch located on the back of the card selects the type
    of cabling in use.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Macintosh II and IIx

O/S:

       Macintosh O/S, Macintosh A/UX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Falcon Microsystems, Inc.
       1801 McCormick Dr.
       Landover, MD 20785-5326
       (301) 341-0146

CONTACT:

       Tom Cromelin, Product Manager (415) 947-0998

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       EtherPort II, 9900048-00 or E109-1

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Kinetics

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DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.8.3. Etherport-SE

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  EtherPort SE

DESCRIPTION:

       The Kinetics EtherPort SE is  an  internal  Ethernet  controller
    board for Macintosh SE computers.  Software from Kinetics and third
    party developers allows  the  EtherPort-equipped  Macintosh  SE  to
    communicate   with  a  diverse  range  of  Ethernet-based  computer
    systems, including DEC VAXes, UNIX systems, PCs, and terminals.

       The EtherPort SE supports AppleTalk,  TCP/IP,  DECnet,  and  OSI
    protocols.    It  has 32K of on-board memory, comes with a built-in
    transceiver, and connects to both standard and thin-wire  Ethernet.
    The  Macintosh  SE  can  be  connected  to  either kind of Ethernet
    cabling; a switch located on the back of the card selects the  type
    of cabling in use.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Macintosh SE

O/S:

       Macintosh O/S

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Falcon Microsystems, Inc.
       l80l McCormick Dr.
       Landover, MD 20785-5326
       (301)341-0146

CONTACT:

       Tom Cromelin, Product Manager (415) 947-0998

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       EtherPort SE, 170/000500 or KFRE-1

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Kinetics

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DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989















































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3.9. FORD AEROSPACE CORPORATION



3.9.1. Ford Multinet Gateway

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   Ford Multinet Gateway

DESCRIPTION:

       The  Ford Multinet Gateway development has been sponsored by the
    USAF Rome Air Development Center as a high  performance  multilevel
    secure  communications gateway and is currently under evaluation by
    the Computer Security Center for A1 security status.  The  Multinet
    Gateway  was  designed  to  interconnect  dissimilar  networks  and
    protocols  using  the  DoD  reference  model  for  layered  network
    architecture.    The  implementation  supports IP, EGP, ICMP, X.25,
    1822, HDH (message  mode),  IEEE  802.3/Ethernet  and  HDLC.    The
    Multinet  Gateway is available with end-to-end encryption.  The DDN
    X.25  interface  is  certified  at   56K   BPS   by   the   Defense
    Communications  Agency.    The  Man-Machine  interface  includes  a
    terminal and a printer for control and statistics.

       Ford Aerospace is presently developing and plans  to  market  an
    enhanced  version  of  the  Advanced  Development  Model.  This new
    product will be referred to as the MLS-100. It will be functionally
    equivalent to the present gateway.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Manuals and On-line documentation

CPU:

       Ford Secure Network Access Processor (Z8000 based)

O/S:

       Ford Secure Communications Support System

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Ford Aerospace Corporation
       10550 State Highway 83
       Colorado Springs, CO 80921

CONTACT:

    Bob Lang, (719) 594-1055

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    Jim Maucher, (719) 594-1228

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact distribution center

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989









































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3.10. GATEWAY COMMUNICATIONS, INC.



3.10.1. G/X.25 Gateway

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  G/X.25 Gateway

DESCRIPTION:

       For  any  NetBIOS  or Netware-based LAN, this product provides a
    suite of 20 terminal emulators  on  a  workstation  to  communicate
    through a X.25 gateway through a PDN or directly to a host at up to
    56 KBPS.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Full installation and operations  documents  provided.    Online
    configuration and help as part of package.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, IBM PS/2, IBM compatible

O/S:

       DOS, IBM Netbios and Netware Network O.S. for Version 2.X

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C, MASM

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Gateway Communications, Inc.
       (800) 367-6555
       (714) 553-1555

CONTACT:

       Bert Ott, Vice-President Sales, (800)367-6555 (714)553-1555

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       G/X.25 Gateway (Contact Gateway for ordering details)

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary  to  Gateway.    Terminal  Emulators  proprietary to
    Crystal Point, Inc.

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3.10.2. G/ETHERNET AND PC-TCP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  G/Ethernet and PC-TCP

DESCRIPTION:

       G/Ethernet LAN Adaptex calls for PC-Bus (8-bit), AT Bus (16-bit)
    and  Micro-  channel  Bus (16-bit) with software drivers supporting
    FTP's PC-TCP product as stand-alone and co-resident with Netware.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation supplement for  G/Ethernet  cards.    FTP's  PC-TCP
    document.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, IBM PS/2, IBM compatible

O/S:

       DOS, Netware 2.X

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C, MASM

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Gateway Communications
       (800) 367 6555
       (714) 553 1555

CONTACT:

       Bert Ott, Vice-President Sales, (800) 367 6555 (714) 553 1555

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Gateway Communications for details on G/Ethernet product
    line.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989









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3.10.3. G/Remote Bridge and Gateway

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  G/Remote Bridge and Gateway

DESCRIPTION:

       This product contains Software/Hardware  to  link  any  Netware-
    based  LAN  to  one  or  more  distant network LANS using X.25 over
    direct or DDN facilities  at  speeds  up  to  56  kbps.    Terminal
    emulator gateway to hosts may also co-exist on X.25 ports.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Full installation and operation documents included in products.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, IBM PS/2, IBM compatible

O/S:

       DOS, Netware 2.X

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C, MASM

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Gateway Communications, Inc.
       (800) 367-6555
       (714) 553-1555

CONTACT:

       Bert Ott, Vice-President Sales, (800)367 6555 (714)553 1555

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       G/Remote  Bridge  and  Gateway  (Contact  Gateway  for  ordering
    details)

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary to Gateway, Portions proprietary to Novell, Inc. and
    Crystal Point, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989




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3.11. HALLEY SYSTEMS



3.11.1. Halley Systems Ethernet Brouter

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    ConnectLAN 100 Ethernet Brouter

DESCRIPTION:

       ConnectLAN  100  Ethernet Brouters interconnect local and remote
    ethernet/IEEE 802.3 LANs; the remote  LANs  can  be  connected  via
    multiple WAN links such as T1, DDS, X.25 PDN at speeds from 9600bps
    to 2,048bps.  These routing bridges  provide  protocol  transparent
    bridging with router features such as least cost routing, alternate
    path switching, security access  control,  etc.    Supports  active
    loops,  load  balancing  and  load  sharing,  and  extensive custom
    filtering on user definable protocol parameters.

DOCUMENTATION:

       ConnectLAN 100 Installation and Operations Manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Proprietary

O/S:

       Proprietary

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C, Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Halley Systems
       2730 Orchard Parkway
       San Jose, CA 95134

CONTACT:

       Vasant  Acharya,  Product  Marketing   Manager,   (408)432-2600,
    (FAX:408 943-1601)

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Configuration dependant, contact Halley Systems

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       ConnectLAN 100 is a Halley System, Inc. propriety product

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DDN-QUALIFIED:

       No

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.11.2. Halley Systems Token Ring Brouter

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    ConnectLAN 200 Token Ring Brouter

DESCRIPTION:

       ConnectLAN 200 Token Ring Brouters interconnect local and remote
    ethernet/IEEE 802.5 LANs; the remote  LANs  can  be  connected  via
    multiple  WAN  links  such  as  T1,  DDS, at speeds from 9600bps to
    2,048bps.  These routing bridges provide  concurrent  bridging  for
    source  routed  traffic (IBM PC LAN, Netware) and non-source routed
    traffic (LAN Manager, 3+Open,  etc.).    Interoperable  with  other
    source-routing only bridges.  Supports active loops, alternate path
    switching, load balancing and load sharing.

DOCUMENTATION:

       ConnectLAN 200 Installation and Operations Manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Proprietary

O/S:

       Proprietary

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Halley Systems
       2730 Orchard Parkway
       San Jose, CA 95134

CONTACT:

       Vasant  Acharya,  Product  Marketing   Manager,   (408)432-2600,
    (FAX:408 943-1601)

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Configuration dependant, contact Halley Systems

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       ConnectLAN 200 is a Halley System, Inc. propriety product

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       No

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3.12. HARRIS COMPUTER SYSTEMS DIVISION



3.12.1. X.25 with TCP/IP Protocols (DDN)

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  X.25 with TCP/IP Protocols (DDN)

DESCRIPTION:

       The  Harris  X.25  with  DDN  products  provides  the  necessary
    software and hardware to connect to the Defense Data Network (DDN).
    The  following  DoD  protocols  are  supported: TCP, IP, ICMP, FTP,
    Telnet, and SMTP.

DOCUMENTATION:

Harris H-Series Systems: Harris TCP/IP Manager's Guide (0868011-100)
Harris TCP/IP User's Guide (0868012-100)
HCX Systems: CX/UX Networking Reference Manual (0890118-300)
NightHawk Systems: CX/UX Networking Reference Manual (0890118-300)
MCX systems: Internet User's Guide
Internet Programmers Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Harris H-Series systems, HCX systems, NightHawk systems, and MCX
    systems

O/S:

       Harris H-Series: VOS 5.l or later
    HCX: CX/UX 2.4 or later
    MCX: HS/UX 3.0 or later Nighthawk: CX/UX 4.1 or later

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Harris Computer Systems Division
       Local Harris Sales Office

CONTACT:

       Diana Norwood
    Harris Computer Systems Division
    2101 W. Cypress Creek Road
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
    (305) 974-l700

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

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       Contact Diana Norwood or your local Harris Sales Office.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Harris Computer Systems Division

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes for H-Series and MCX; Summer 1990 for HCX, NightHawk













































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3. IBM/COMPATIBLES



3.13.1. Frontier Technologies Corporation


3.13.1.1. Frontier LAN-Fax

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    LAN-Fax

DESCRIPTION:

       The   optimal  hardware  and  software  solution  for  providing
    facsimile services to local area networks.  Allows users on  TCP/IP
    or  OSI  networks  to transmit and receive facsimiles.  The LAN-Fax
    hardware is an intelligent communication  controller  with  support
    for  Ethernet  and  facsimile.    Users  have  the  ability  to use
    Frontier's EMAIL to create, send and edit messages as well  as  the
    ability to use any UNIX compatible mail system on the network.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation/Operations Manual included.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, PS/2, IBM compatible.

O/S:

       UNIX, DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C.

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Ave.
       Milwaukee, WI 53211

CONTACT:

       Ann Finkler, Marketing/Sales (414)964-8689

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Frontier Technologies

PROPRIETY-STATUS:


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       Frontier Technologies

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.13.2. Frontier Technologies Corporation


3.13.2.1. Frontier PC/AT-DDN

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   Frontier PC/AT-DDN

DESCRIPTION:

       Frontier  Technologies Corporation has introduced a hardware and
    software  package  that  allows   IBM-AT's   and   compatibles   to
    communicate  over  DDN.    The  hardware consists of an intelligent
    communications controller (AdCom2-I) with 1/2 Megabyte of local RAM
    and  MIL-188-144, Mil-188C interfaces.  The X.25 resides in the RAM
    on board and is executed by the local CPU (80188).  The  TCP/IP  is
    loaded  in  the  local  RAM  from  the  PC.  The resident real time
    operating system (VRTX) allows the highest performance execution of
    X.25  and  TCP/IP.    The  ADCom2-I  also  runs 3270 SNA/SDLC, 3270
    Bisync,  and  Async  terminal  emulations.      Implementation   of
    FTP/TELNET/SMTP  is  done  on  the  PC/AT  side.    The software is
    certified by DCA and runs on 386  machines  such  as  Zenith  Z386.
    Software  support for Blacker and Fischer International Watchdog is
    available.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available

CPU:

       IBM-PC, XT, AT (and compatibles)

O/S:

       MS-DOS and Xenix

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Avenue
       Milwaukee, WI 53211

CONTACT:

       Dr.  Prakash  Ambegaonkar,  (414)  964-8689  Ann  Finkler  (414)
    964-8689

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:


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       Contact Frontier Technologies

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Frontier Technologies

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990









































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3.13.2.2. Frontier PS/2-DDN

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    PS/2-DDN

DESCRIPTION:

       Frontier's DCA Certified X.25 software is implemented to operate
    in the PS/2 microchannel architecture.  The  user  could  use  only
    X.25  or  X.25  with  TCP/IP  downloaded  to the card.  Drivers for
    different operating systems are provided.  The  DDN  implementation
    has  C2  security  features  available  as  options.   The hardware
    consists of an intelligent communications controller with 1/2M  RAM
    available  for  X.25  and TCP/IP code.  Multitasking is provided on
    the card.  FTP/SMTP/TELNET are available as an application program.
    Software support for Blacker and Fischer International Watchdog are
    available.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available

CPU:

       IBM PS/2

O/S:

       DOS, Xenix, AIX, OS/2

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Avenue
       Milwaukee, WI  53211

CONTACT:

       Dr.  Prakash  Ambegaonkar,  (414)  964-8689  Ann  Finkler  (414)
    964-8689

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Frontier Technologies

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Frontier Technologies

DDN-QUALIFIED:

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INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.13.2.3. Frontier RT-DDN

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   RT-DDN

DESCRIPTION:

       Frontier  Technologies Corporation has interfaced a hardware and
    software package that allows the IBM-RT's to be  connected  to  the
    DDN.    The  hardware  consists  of  an  intelligent communications
    controller that executes the DCA certified X.25.  The AIX driver is
    executed  by  the RT CPU.  TCP/IP and FTP/TELNET/SMTP are installed
    on top of Frontier's DDN driver and are supplied with AIX from IBM.
    The  X.25  code  is  downloaded  to the card.  Software support for
    Blacker and Fischer International Watchdog are available.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available

CPU:

       IBM-RT

O/S:

       AIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Frontier Technologies Corporation
       3510 North Oakland Avenue
       Milwaukee, WI 53211

CONTACT:

       Dr.  Prakash  Ambegaonkar,  (414)  964-8689  Ann  Finkler  (414)
    964-8689

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Frontier Technologies

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Frontier Technologies

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990

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3.13.3. Western Digital


3.13.3.1. Western Digital PC/TCP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   PC/TCP

DESCRIPTION:

       PC/TCP is a collection of programs implementing the DoD standard
    protocols (TCP/IP, UDP, FTP, Telnet, TFTP, SMTP, and more) for  IBM
    PC's  and  compatibles.    PC/TCP  was  developed  for  the WD8003E
    Ethernet and WD8003S  StarLAN  local  area  network  communications
    adapters by FTP Software.  PC/TCP offers the user a complete set of
    the DoD protocols for a PC client.  Server capabilities  exist  for
    mail  and FTP. Optional programs, including an Applications Program
    Interface and an RFC  compliant  NETBIOS,  are  also  available  as
    separate packages.

DOCUMENTATION:

       A  complete  set  of  documentation,  including  a  User manual,
    Installation Guide, and Command Reference is provided for the user.

CPU:

             TM       TM       TM      TM
       IBM PC  , PC-XT  , PC-AT  , PS/2  , Model 25 and 30

O/S:

       PC-DOS, MS-DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Western Digital
       2445 McCabe Way
       Irvine, CA  92714

CONTACT:

       Technical Support, (800) NET-LEADER Ext. 4900

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact above number for location of office nearest you.  Prices
    available  from  same. WDC part numbers are WDLAN-TCP1, WDLAN-TCPA,
    and WDLAN-TCPB.


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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       FTP Software, Inc. proprietary

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.14. INTERPHASE CORPORATION



3.14.1. V/Ethernet 3207 Hawk Controller for VMEbus

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  V/Ethernet 3207 Hawk Controller for VMEbus

DESCRIPTION:

       This is a link layer controller with Host TCP/IP support

DOCUMENTATION:

       V/Ethernet 3207 User's guide (included)

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       SUN, Apollo, VMEbus based machines

O/S:

       UNIX, SUNOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Interphase Corporation
       2925 Merrell Road
       Dallas, TX 75229

CONTACT:

       Jacob Hsu, Product Manager, (214) 919-9000

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Full PZ connector (3207-0)
    PZ connector "B" row only (3207-1)

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       V/Ethernet 3207 Controller is an Interphase Proprietary Product

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       No

INFORMATION-UPDATED:


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3.14.2. Interphase V/Ethernet 4207 VMEbus Controller

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  Interphase V/Ethernet 4207 VMEbus Controller

DESCRIPTION:

       This  is a link layer with Host TCP/IP support.  On-board TCP/IP
    is planned for the future.

DOCUMENTATION:

       V/Ethernet 4207 User's Guide (included)

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       SUN, Apollo, VMEbus based machines

O/S:

       UNIX, SUNOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Interphase Corporation
       2925 Merrell Rd.
       Dallas, TX 75229

CONTACT:

       Jacob Hsu, Product Manager, (214) 919-9000

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       P2 connector "B" row only (4207-0), Full P2 connector (4207-1)

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       V/Ethernet 4207 Eagle is an Interphase proprietary product.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989








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3.15. KINETICS, INC.



3.15.1. EtherPort SEL

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  EtherPort SEL

DESCRIPTION:

       The Kinetics EtherPort SEL is an internal twisted-pair  Ethernet
    controller   board   for   Macintosh  SE  computers  developmed  in
    conjunction with SynOptics  Communications,  Inc.    Software  from
    Kinetics  and  third party developers allows the EtherPort-equipped
    Macintosh SE to communicate with a diverse range of  Ethernet-based
    computer  systems,  including  DEC  VAXes,  UNIX  systems, PCs, and
    terminals.

       The EtherPort SE supports AppleTalk,  TCP/IP,  DECnet,  and  OSI
    protocols.    It  has 32K of on-board memory, comes with a built-in
    transceiver, and connects to LattisNet, the  twisted-pair  Ethernet
    developed by Synoptics Communications.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation Guide

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Macintosh SE

O/S:

       Macintosh O/S

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Kinetics
       2540 Camino Diablo
       Walnut Creek, CA 94596
       (415)947-0998

CONTACT:

       Tom Cromelin, Product Manager (415) 947-0998

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       EtherPort SEL, l70/000600 or KFRE-2

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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Kinetics

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989















































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3.16. OPUS SYSTEMS



3.16.1. Opus 400 PM

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Opus Systems 400 PM

DESCRIPTION:

       Opus  provides workstations, multiuser systems and AT-compatible
    coprocessor boards which utilize a Motorola 88000 RISC CPU  and  an
    80286/80386  I/O  server.    The  systems  run both native Unix and
    MS-DOS and support TCP/IP and X.25.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Opus 400/8000 Users Manual and Release  Notes,  Opus  Networking
    Release Notice.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Opus 400 PM (MC88000 CPU)

O/S:

       Unix

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Opus Systems
       20863 Stevens Creek Blvd. Bldg. 400
       Cupertino, CA 95014

CONTACT:

       John Schimpf, Technical Marketing

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990









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3.16.2. TCP/IP for Opus Systems Personal Mainframes

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  TCP/IP for Opus Systems Personal Mainframes

DESCRIPTION:

       Opus  provides  a powerful, board-level 32 bit UNIX coprocessor.
    The board turns a PC compatible  system  into  a  high  performance
    workstation.  The networking software supports TCP/IP from the UNIX
    environment using a standard PC Ethernet card.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Opus 200 PM User  Manual,  Opus  200  PM  Release  Notice,  Opus
    Networking Release Notice

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Opus 260 PM, NS 32532

O/S:

       UNIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Opus Systems
       20863 Stevens Creek Blvd. Bldg. 400
       Cupertino, CA 95014

CONTACT:

       John Schimpf, Technical Marketing

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Opus 260PM-YY, YY= amount of on-board memory (4-20 MB)

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.17. QMS, Inc.



3.17.1. QMS X320ImageServer XP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    QMS X320ImageServer XP

DESCRIPTION:

       All  products in the QMS ImageServer XP family achieve true page
    throughput rates due to  its  proprietary  Real-Time  Rasterization
    process  which  lets you print at full speed because processing and
    printing are handled simultaneously. All four models  in  the  X320
    family   offer  PostScript  capability  through  UltraScript,  QMS'
    PostScript language-compatible interpreter, as well as imPRESS page
    description  language  for high speed processing of typesetting and
    graphics and a broad range of industry standard  emulations.    The
    X320  Series  is  compatible  with  a  broad  range  of  interfaces
    including Ethernet TCP/IP, RS-423 (RS-232C compatible), Centronics,
    Dataproducts and Versatec. The X308/S TURBO offers a broad range of
    fonts including UltraScript and 21 imPRESS typefaces.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from vendor

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       1 68020 and 2 68000-class Motorola Multibus-based processors

O/S:

       Proprietary, not user-programmable

DISTRIBUTOR:

       QMS/Imagen
       2650 San Tomas Expressway
       Santa Clara, CA  95051
       (408) 986-9400
       FAX: (408) 727-3725

CONTACT:

       Kimberly Tackwell, Product Marketing Manager

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Vendor for more information

PROPRIETY-STATUS:


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3.17.2. QMS X308/S ImageServer XP TURBO

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    QMS X308/S ImageServer XP TURBO

DESCRIPTION:

       All products in the QMS ImageServer XP Series achieve true  page
    throughput  rates  due  to  its  proprietary Real-Time Rastrization
    process which lets you print at full speed because  processing  and
    printing  are  handled  simultaneously. Both the single-tray 2308/S
    and dual-tray 3308/S TURBO  printers  offer  PostScript  capability
    through    UltraScript,    QMS'    PostScript   language-compatible
    interpreter as well as imPRESS page description language  for  high
    speed  processing of typesetting and graphics. The X308/S series is
    compatible with a broad choice  of  interfaces  including  Ethernet
    TCP/IP,  RS-423  (RS-232C compatible), Centronics, Dataproducts and
    Versatec. The X308/S TURBO offers a broad range of fonts  including
    35 UltraScript and 21 imPRESS typefaces.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from vendor

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       1 68020 and 2 68000-class Motorola multibus-based processors

O/S:

       Proprietary, not user-programmable

DISTRIBUTOR:

       QMS/Imagen
       2650 San Tomas Expressway
       Santa Clara, CA  95051
       (408) 986-9400
       FAX: (408) 727-3725

CONTACT:

       Kimberly Tackwell, Product Marketing Manager

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Vendor for more information

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       QMS proprietary

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3.18. TIMEPLEX



3.18.1. Timeplex TIME/LAN 10 Routing Bridges

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Timeplex TIME/LAN 10 Routing Bridges

DESCRIPTION:

       The  TIME/LAN  10  Routing  Bridges  perform  dynamic  MAC level
    routing to provide connectivity for  Ethernet  to  Ethernet,  Token
    Ring  to  Token  Ring  and Ethernet to Token Ring LANs. The Routing
    Bridges support either local LAN attachment  or  remote  attachment
    via a point-to-point serial link or an X.25 link.

DOCUMENTATION:

       TIME/LAN 10 Routing Bridges User's Guide (included)

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM Compatible

O/S:

       DOS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Timeplex
       400 Chestnut Ridge Road
       Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07675
       (201) 930 4600

CONTACT:

       Wayne Walther, (201) 391 1111

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact  distributor;  specify product name: TIME/LAN 10 Routing
    Bridges

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Not a proprietary product

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3.18.2. Timeplex TIME/LAN FDDI Concentrator+

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Timeplex TIME/LAN FDDI Concentrator+

DESCRIPTION:

       The TIME/LAN  FDDI  Concentrator+  provides  the  capability  to
    attach  up  to eight single attachment stations to an FDDI backbone
    network.  Each attachment can be either a host, a  workstation,  or
    other  LANs via the TIME/LAN 100 Routers. The FDDI Concentrator+ is
    a dual attachment statin on the FDDI network side and provides  the
    capability to add or remove attached stations wthout disrupting the
    network. It can also be used as a stand-alone fiber LAN.  The  FDDI
    Concentrator+  is  instrumented  for  SNMP- based management from a
    network management center such as the TIME/LAN  Element  Management
    System.

DOCUMENTATION:

       TIME/LAN FDDI Concentrator+ User's Guide (included)

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Motorola 68020 based communications hardware

O/S:

       Proprietary realtime O/S based on secure kernel technology

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Timeplex
       400 Chestnut Ridge Road
       Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07675
       (201) 930 4600

CONTACT:

       Wayne Walther, (201) 391 1111

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact   distributor;   specify  product  name:  TIME/LAN  FDDI
    Concentrator+

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Not a proprietary product


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DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

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3.18.3. Timeplex TIME/LAN 100 Routers

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Timeplex TIME/LAN 100 Routers

DESCRIPTION:

       The  TIME/LAN  100  Routers  are   IP   routers   that   provide
    connectivity  for  FDDI  and/or  Ethernet LANs to the DDN (or other
    X.25 network), or to other local or remote LANs. Dynamic routing is
    supported using RIP, GGP and EGP. Static routing is also supported.
    TIME/LAN Routers are instrumented for SNMP- based management from a
    network  management  center such as the TIME/LAN Element Management
    System.  Security  features  are  available  to   provide   network
    discretionary access control utilizing the IP security option.

DOCUMENTATION:

       TIME/LAN 100 routers User's Guide (included)

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Intel 80386 based communications hardware

O/S:

       Proprietary realtime O/S based on secure kernel technology

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Timeplex
       400 Chestnut Ridge Road
       Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07675
       (201) 930 4600

CONTACT:

       Wayne Walther, (201) 391 1111

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact distributor; specify product name: TIME/LAN 100 Routers

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Not a proprietary product

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Yes

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3.19. TEKTRONIX, INC.



3.19.1. Tektronix 6130 Intelligent Graphics Workstation

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    6130 Intelligent Graphics Workstation

DESCRIPTION:

       The  Tektronix  Model  6130  is  a UNIX 4.2 BSD & System V based
    workstation that has a  32-bit  processor,  1  megabyte  of  parity
    memory  (with 16 MB virtual addressability), 20 megabyte winchester
    (expandable to 40 or 80 MB), dual RS-232-C interfaces,  Local  Area
    Network  (LAN)  interface and ethernet TCP/IP with Distributed File
    System (DFS) software and a General Purpose  Interface  Bus  (GPIB)
    all  standard.    The system can be expanded with additional disks,
    interfaces, streamer tape drives and software products.

       The  6130  uses  the  ethernet  standard   (IEEE   803.2)   with
    Transmission  Control  Protocol/Internet  Protocol  (TCP/IP)  which
    handles the  communications  between  a  users  program  and  other
    processes  executing  on  the  same  workstation,  at  a  different
    workstation on the LAN, or  on  a  different  network.    The  6130
    supports the File Transfer Protocol (FTP), the Simple Mail Transfer
    Protocol  (SMTP)  and  the  Virtual  Terminal  protocol   (Telnet).
    Tektronix  has  implemented a Distributed File System that allows a
    workstation to access files on other workstations  as  though  they
    were  resident  locally.    The  6130  can  support up to 14 RS-232
    terminals although 2 or 3 users per system is recommended.

DOCUMENTATION:

       The documentation set that is included with the 6130 consists of
    ten   well   written   manuals  which  cover  system  installation,
    operations,  system   administration,   and   extensive   reference
    material.  Over  40  other manuals are available which describe the
    language compilers, statistical software, spreadsheet programs, and
    other software and enhancement products.

CPU:

       The  6130  uses  the  National  Semiconductor  32000  Family  of
    processors; the CPU is the NS 32016  with  the  NS  32081  Floating
    Point Unit.

O/S:

       UTek, Tektronix UNIX-based (System V and 4.2 BSD)

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

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DISTRIBUTOR:

       Tektronix Inc.



















































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CONTACT:

       Donna Loveland, (503) 682 4948

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact the Local Tektronix Office

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       UTek and the Distributed File System are proprietary products

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.20. HARDWARE MULTIPLE-MACHINE IMPLEMENTATIONS



3.20.1. CHI CORPORATION


3.20.1.1. Chi CCP TCP/IP

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Chi CCP TCP/IP

DESCRIPTION:

       A  Unisys/Sperry  TCP/IP  Front  End Processor.  The CCP Channel
    connects to the Sperry 1100/2200 series through an ESI or  FIPS  60
    channel.    This  ULANA certified interface supports TCP, IP, ICMP,
    UDP, FTP, TELNET and SMTP.  Physical layers include both IEEE 802.3
    and  a  DCA  certified  X.25.  The CCP can also be used as a remote
    concentrator allowing terminals to communicate across the DDN.  UTS
    emulation  is supplied to asynchronous terminals from the CCP, thus
    VAXs, Suns, PC and other ANSI terminals can have  full  screen  UTS
    emulation.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Technical  manuals provided with product; descriptive literature
    available.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Connects Sperry 1100/2200.  The base processor is  a  Concurrent
    Computer's Model 3205 or 3212 processor.

O/S:

       Unisys/Sperry 1100/2200 OS

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C and Assembler

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Chi Corporation
       31200 Carter St.
       Solon, OH  44139

CONTACT:

       Sales Coordinator, (216) 349-8600

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:


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       Contact Chi

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Chi Proprietary

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       DDN and ULUNA qualified

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.20.2. MITEK OPENCONNECT SYSTEMS CORPORATION


3.20.2.1. Mitek OpenConnect Server

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   OpenConnect Server

DESCRIPTION:

       The  OpenConnect  Server is a high performance hardware/software
    set of products which permits the workstations of systems  attached
    to  a  TCP/IP  IEEE  802.3  LAN  to  connect to an IBM mainframe as
    SNA3270 or SNA3770  devices.    The  system  supports  64  LU's  of
    terminal  emulation,  PC  file transfer and API's for both 3270 and
    3770.  No mainframe software is added or changed.

       The OpenConnect Server consists of a hardware Control  Unit  and
    software  (Presentation  Services)  for the LAN attached computers.
    The Control Unit is a M68000 based system which  connects  the  LAN
    TCP/IP 802.3 network to an IBM mainframe as a PU2 device via direct
    channel attach or via SDLC data link.

       Presentation Services is a software applications  package  which
    is  executed on the LAN attached computers such as VAX, PC's, 3B's,
    Apollo, Sun or HP to provide network administration  and  the  user
    interface  for  SNA3270  and  3770  emulation.  Several enhancement
    features such as color and extended highlighting are included.

       The Server implements two network management protocols,  Network
    Management  Vector  Transport (NMVT) support for IBM's Netview, and
    Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Agent for SNMP management
    on  a  TCP/IP network.  Support is provided for IP subnets which is
    used in TCP/IP networks to permit a single network address to  span
    multiple  physical  networks.    M2533  Token  Ring Server provides
    transparent connectivity between the IBM Token Ring environment and
    TCP/IP  hosts  on  an  Ethernet  local  area  network and runs on a
    PC-AT-80386 system.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from vendor

CPU:

       M680X0

O/S:

       The Control Unit O/S is proprietary.  The O/S's supported on the
    LAN Computers are Berkeley Unix 4.2, VMS, DOS and AEGIS.

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       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.
       2033 Chennault Drive
       Suite 100
       Carrollton, TX  75006

CONTACT:

       Catherine Kingeter, (214) 490-4090

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Available from vendor

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.20.2.2. Mitek Presentation Services

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  Presentation Services

DESCRIPTION:

       The  OpenConect  Server/Presentation Services (OCS/PS) are Mitek
    Systems'  licensed  software  products.    These  products   enable
    workstation users on an Ethernet TCP/IP local area network (LAN) to
    connect to IBM SNA mainframe systems via Mitek's OpenConnect Server
    hardware products.  OCS/PS is workstation executable software which
    runs on all UNIX-based computers and workstations as well  as  many
    others.    Collectively, these include devices manufactured by SUN,
    Apollo, Counterpoint, Hewlett-Packard, Digital Equipment Corp.  and
    IBM.   Mitek's Presentation Services software products enable users
    to transfer files from computers on  a  LAN  to  an  SNA  mainframe
    computer,  to  access  IBM  3270  applications, and to emulate 3770
    Remote Job Entry (RJE).  The software also provides an Applications
    Program  Interface  (API),  which  allows  user applications on the
    workstation access to the SNA mainframe computer.  The use of these
    products  does  not  require  special  software nor does it require
    software change in the IBM SNA mainframe operating system.

       OpenConnect/TN3270 Presentation Services Version 3 is  a  family
    of  software-  only  products  which  offers  3270 service to IBM's
    TCP/IP. The capabilities of this product, which use  Berkeley's  TN
    protocol,  are:  3270 terminal emulation, 3179G graphics emulation,
    3287 printer support, PC file transfer and an  Application  Program
    Interface (API) which allows programs written in C to automatically
    access IBM hosts.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from vendor

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.
       2033 Chennault Drive
       Suite 100
       Carrollton, TX  75006

CONTACT:

       Catherine Kingeter, (214) 490-4090

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Available from vendor

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PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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3.20.2.3. Mitek Connectivity Solutions for the IBM Application

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  Connectivity Solutions for the IBM Application
                        System/400 (AS/400)

DESCRIPTION:

       Mitek extends connectivity from your AS/400 to  TCP/IP  networks
    with  a  special  line  of  hardware and software solutions.  These
    product solutions provide bi-directional logon  and  bi-directional
    file transfer capabilities.  Mitek utilizes the government standard
    communications architecture known as TCP/IP  (Transmission  Control
    Protocol/Internet  Protocol)  which  can coexist on an Ethernet LAN
    along with other protocols such as  DECnet.    The  Ethernet  hosts
    supported  by  Mitek's software products include: DEC VAX, AT&T 3B,
    SUN Microsystems, Apollo, Tektronix, Hewlett-Packard, IBM  PC,  AT,
    RT,  XT,  and  PS/2.  You choose the solution that's right for your
    configuration:

       - OpenConnect Server  Model  M2130  Mitek's  M2130  provides  a
         physical gateway between the AS/400 and an Ethernet LAN.  The
         M2130 appears to the AS/400 as a standard  SNA  control  unit
         and  performs data translation between the SNA and the TCP/IP
         protocols.  Speeds up to 256K bps are supported.

       - TELNET Client (TERMINAL  APPLICATION  ACCESS)  Telnet  client
         resides  on  the AS/400 and provides access capability to the
         TCP/IP host applications.  This product communicates with the
         standard TCP/IP terminal application, TELNET Server.

       - FTP  Client  (FILE TRANSFER) FTP Client resides on the AS/400
         and provides you with the capability to create,  delete,  and
         extend  files  with  options  for  ASCII  text conversions or
         binary data transmission.  Exits are provided so that you may
         write  you  own data base access routines as part of the file
         transfer.  The security systems of the AS/400 and the  TCP/IP
         network hosts are supported.

         FTP  Client  also  includes an extended command feature which
         allows you to enter a simple command  in  order  to  transfer
         multiple files between multiple systems.  This feature can be
         used interactively as well as in a batch environment.

       - TELNET Server Telnet  Server  is  an  optional  feature  that
         resides  on  the  M2130.    This  application  provides  3270
         terminal emulation.  TELNET  Server  allows  TCP/IP  Ethernet
         hosts  to  have  access  to  the  AS/400.  The server handles
         requests from  a  TELNET  Client  on  any  TCP/IP  hosts  and
         translates the ASCII data stream into a 3270 data stream.

       - 3270 Presentation Services 3270 Presentation Services resides
         on  TCP/IP  Ethernet  hosts  and   provides   enhanced   3270
         emulation.    A  special  feature  of  this  product  is  the

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         Application Program Interface (API).  A user written  program
         using  the  API  can  access the AS/400 as if the application
         were an operator at a  local  display  station.    It  allows
         emulator  sessions  to  run  unattended.    3270 Presentation
         Services is a family of products  designed  to  operate  with
         specific operating systems.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available from Vendor

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DISTRIBUTOR:

       Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.
       2033 Chennault Drive
       Suite 100
       Carrollton, TX  75006

CONTACT:

       Catherine Kingeter, (214) 490-4090

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Available from vendor

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary product of Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corp.

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3.20.3. WELLFLEET COMMUNICATIONS, INC.


3.20.3.1. Wellfleet Link Node Model Number 2000 (LN)

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   Link Node Model Number 2000 (LN)

DESCRIPTION:

       The  Wellfleet  Product  line of communications servers provides
    LAN to WAN internetworking capabilities.  The  LN  and  CN  provide
    direct attachment to Ethernet/802.3 LANs and high speed WAN digital
    networks such  as  T1.    DoD/IP  router/gateway  services  provide
    internetworking service for TCP/IP devices and hosts.  DECNET, XNS,
    IPX, and AppleTalk routing and bridging services are also provided.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available with product

CPU:

       Supports all CPU types in terms of TCP/IP gateway functions

O/S:

       Proprietary, written for our own gateway

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Wellfleet Communications, Inc.
       12 DeAngelo Drive
       Bedford, MA  01730

CONTACT:

       Mark Strangio, Director of Product Marketing, (617) 275-2400

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact vendor

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Wellfleet Communications, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990

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3.20.3.2. Wellfleet Concentrator Node Model Number 3000 (CN)

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   Concentrator Node Model Number 3000 (CN)

DESCRIPTION:

       The Wellfleet Product line of  communications  servers  provides
    LAN  to  WAN  internetworking  capabilities.  The LN and CN provide
    direct attachment to Ethernet/802.3 LANs and high speed WAN digital
    networks  such  as  T1.    DoD/IP  router/gateway  services provide
    internetworking service for TCP/IP devices and hosts.  DECNET, XNS,
    IPX, and AppleTalk routing and bridging services are also provided.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Available with product

CPU:

       Supports all CPU types in terms of TCP/IP gateway functions

O/S:

       Proprietary, written for our own gateway

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Wellfleet Communications, Inc.
       12 DeAngelo Drive
       Bedford, MA  01730

CONTACT:

       Mark Strangio, Director of Product Marketing, (617) 275-2400

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact vendor

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Wellfleet Communications, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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4. ANALYSIS TOOLS

4.1. DATA GENERAL CORPORATION



4.1.1. DG/Sniffer LAN Protocol Analyzer

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  DG/Sniffer LAN Protocol Analyzer

DESCRIPTION:

       DG/Sniffer  LAN  Protocol  Analyzer  supports  802.3,  Ethernet,
    and/or StarLAN connections.  Protocol interpretation  is  available
    for  TCP/IP, OSI, DecNet, SUN, Novell, DG/X.25, and XNS.  Single or
    dual units are available  on  the  Dasher/206.    StarLan  only  is
    available  on  the  DG/One  Model  2T.    All DG/Sniffers include a
    2400-baud moden and remote access software.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Using the DG/Sniffer Network Analyzer (included)

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       Data General Dasher/286;  Data  General/One  Model  2T  (StarLAN
    only)

O/S:

       DOS revision 3.2 or higher

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Data General Corporation
       4400 Computer Drive
       Westboro, MA 01580

CONTACT:

       Any local Data General Sales Office

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       DG/Sniffer  can be ordered through any Data General sales office
    or sales representative.

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    Corporation

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4.2. EON SYSTEMS, INC.



4.2.1. LanProbe Network Analysis System

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  LanProbe network analysis system

DESCRIPTION:

       The LanProbe system is designed for the maintenance, management,
    and planning of Ethernet LANs. It enables the  network  manager  to
    monitor  all  critical aspects, independent of the devices attached
    to the LAN or the protocols running on it.

DOCUMENTATION:

       UMA-00105-01, LanProbe User Guide included with product

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       The LanProbe hardware is proprietary; software runs on  a  PC/AT
    or PS/2.

O/S:

       DOS

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Eon Systems, Inc.
       l060l S. DeAnza Blvd., Suite 305
       Cupertino, CA 95014

CONTACT:

       Pat  Malone, Dir. of Sales, (408) 252-5440 or Mary Gardner, Dir.
    of Marketing

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       LanProbe ME segment monitor, ProbeView network analysis software

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       Proprietary

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

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4.3. EXCELAN, INC.



4.3.1. LANalyzer EX 5000 Series Network Analyzers

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  LANalyzer EX 5000 Series Network Analyzers

DESCRIPTION:

       The  LANalyzer  EX5000  Series  comprises  Excelan's   versatile
    third-generation  network  analyzer  systems.   These analyzers let
    OEMs, systems integrators, and end users monitor network  activity,
    troubleshoot problems, debug protocol and application software, and
    fine-tune network performance.  The  portability  provided  by  the
    COMPAQ  PORTABLE  II and installed LANalyzer system is an important
    asset to field service and support departments --  especially  when
    combined  with  "Carbon  Copy  PLUS" communications software, which
    allows LANalyzer test control from any  remote  Personal  Computer.
    All  LANalyzer  systems have easy-to-use mouse and menu interfaces,
    on-line HELP, and built-  in,  simple  "quick  tests"  for  network
    troubleshooters.

       The  LANalyzer EX5000 series can: monitor and capture up to 100%
    of the packets based on user-defined criteria,  timestamp  captured
    packets, display test statistics in real time or save them to a DOS
    file, perform TDR-like cable checking, decode TCP/IP,  DECnet,  XNS
    and  other  protocols,  and  generate controlled amounts of network
    traffic.

       In  addition,  Excelan's  LAN  WorkPlace  software  for  PC  DOS
    provides concurrent access to applications and TCP/IP hosts.  Thus,
    the PC or compatible that runs the LANalyzer program can  become  a
    node  on the Ethernet network without requiring purchase of an EXOS
    205E or EXOS 205T controller.

       Additionally,  a  StarLAN  adapter  board   is   available   for
    monitoring  of  StarLAN  networks, and EXOS TCP/IP Network Software
    for DOS can also be run on any PC LANalyzer.

DOCUMENTATION:

       LANalyzer EX5000 Series Network Analyzers Reference Manual

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM-PC/XT/ATCompaq 386-based/compatible

O/S:

       DOS 3.0 or later

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

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       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Inside Sales:  Excelan, Inc.
       2180 Fortune Drive
       San Jose, CA 95131
       (408) 434-2300

       Europe:  Excelan Europe Ltd.
       Intec 2, Suite 17, Wade Road
       Basingstoke, Hampshire RG24 One, England

CONTACT:

       Inside Sales (408) 434-2300, 1 (800) EXCELAN

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact Inside sales

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       February 1989






























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4.4. FTP Software



4.4.1. FTP Software LANWatch

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    LANWatch 2.0

DESCRIPTION:

       LANWatch  is  an  inexpensive,  powerful  and  flexible  network
    analyzer which runs under DOS on personal computers and requires no
    hardware modifications to either the host or the  network.  Network
    managers  using  LANWatch  can  inspect traffic patterns and packet
    errors  to  isolate  performance  problems  and  bottlenecks,   and
    protocol  developers  can use LANWatch to inspect and verify proper
    protocol handling.

       LANWatch has two operating modes: Display  Mode  traces  network
    traffic  by  displaying  captured packets in real-time, and Examine
    Mode allows you to scroll back through stored  packets  to  inspect
    them in detail.  To select a subset of packets for display, storage
    or retrieval, there is an extensive set of  built-in  filters.  The
    built-in  filters  include  alarm, trigger, capture, load, save and
    search; they can be controlled separately to  match  on  source  or
    destination  address,  protocol, or packet contents at the hardware
    and transport layers.  LANWatch  also  includes  sufficient  source
    code  so  users can modify the existing filters and parsers, or add
    new ones. LANWatch is available on a variety of  network  interface
    cards, for Ethernet, Starlan and Token Ring.

DOCUMENTATION:

       LANWatch comes with an installation guide, a user's guide, and a
    programmer's guide.

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       IBM PC, XT, AT, PS/2 and compatibles.

O/S:

       DOS versions 2.0 or later.

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Microsoft C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       FTP Software, Inc.
       Princess Street
       Wakefield, MA  01880

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       tel.  (617) 246-0900
       fax.  (617) 246-0901

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Contact  FTP  Software  for  a  current  LANWatch  price   list.
    Quantity,  government, and academic discounts and site licenses are
    available. Source licenses and vendor agreements are available.

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       LANWatch is proprietary to FTP Software, Inc.

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       January 1990






































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4.5. HEWLETT PACKARD

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    HP 4972A LAN Protocol Analyzer

DESCRIPTION:

       The HP 4972A local area network protocol analyzer  is  used  for
    performance  management  and  for  troubleshooting problems on IEEE
    802.3, Ethernet, or StarLAN local area  networks.    The  HP  4972A
    provides  accurate  and  complete  information  under all operating
    conditions.  The HP 4972A provides a comprehensive,  easy  to  use,
    diagnostic  tool  for  fast  problem isolation and maintenance.  It
    monitors traffic on the network,  generates  data  frames  to  test
    other nodes, and gathers statistics to verify network performance.

       To assist in the management of network performance, the HP 4972A
    provides statistical information on network,  node  and  connection
    levels.    It  counts  and measures errors and other parameters for
    each node.  Automatic  test  sequences  make  it  easy  to  set  up
    long-term  tests  and  repeat  the  tests  at regular intervals.  A
    background traffic generator measures performance  under  different
    loading  conditions  which  allows  you  to anticipate and plan for
    future growth.  An optional color  graphic  display  makes  network
    activity easy to understand.  Performance management software helps
    fine-tune the network.

       The HP 4972A is also equipped for  troubleshooting  when  sudden
    changes  or  unavoidable circumstances take your network down.  The
    softkey-guided programming language helps test for problem  network
    conditions  as  they  occur.   Network events can also be logged to
    disk and post-processed through the same  program  to  examine  for
    possible  problems.   A user-definable display format makes it easy
    to restrict data viewed to the critical  information  you  need  to
    solve  a  problem.   Protocol interpreters display data captured by
    the HP  4972A  in  a  decoded  mnemonic  format.    Software  tools
    available  for  the  HP  4972A  allow  the user to see an "English"
    decode of many protocols.  Network performance analysis  tools  are
    also  available  for  these  protocols.    They  allow  the user to
    characterize operational performance of the network by testing  and
    making measurements on efficiency and utilization of higher network
    protocol layers.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Complete user manuals

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       68010

O/S:

       Proprietary - Revision B.03.01

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IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       Pascal

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Hewlett Packard Co.
       P.O. Box 10301
       Palo Alto, CA 94303-0890

       (415) 857-1501

CONTACT:

       Local HP Sales Office

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       November 1989



































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4.6. INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS CORP.



4.6.1. Simple Network Management Protocol

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)

DESCRIPTION:

       This source code product provides a complete  implementation  of
    the  Simple Network Management Protocol network management facility
    which allows  system  administrators  to  configure,  monitor,  and
    control  computers  which support the TCP/IP suite of communication
    protocols.  This product is fully compliant with  established  SNMP
    standards including RFC 1066, RFC 1067, and RFC 1095 as well as OSI
    Standards 8824 and 8825.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Release Notes and Manual Pages

MACHINE TYPE:

       Can be ported to any computer architecture which  supports  UNIX
    System V Release 3.0 or later.

O/S:

       Unix

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation
       1901 North Naper Boulevard
       Naperville, IL.  60563-8895

CONTACT:

       James R. Hancock, Sales Manager, (708) 505-9100

ORDERING-PROCEDURE:

       Source code license required

PROPRIETY-STATUS:

       This  product is the proprietary property of INTERACTIVE Systems
    Corporation and SNMP Research.

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DDN-QUALIFIED:

       Dependent upon the computer hardware.

DATE-UPDATED:

       March 1990















































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4.7. NETLABS, INC.



4.7.1. Netlabs CMOT Agent

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Netlabs CMOT Agent

DESCRIPTION:

       The CMOT code comes with an Extensible MIB, which  allows  users
    to  add new MIB variables.  The code currently supports all the MIB
    variables in RFC 1095 via the data types in RFC 1065,  as  well  as
    the  emerging MIB-II, which is currently in experimental stage. The
    CMOT has been benchmarked at 100 Management Operations  per  Second
    (MOPS) for a 1-MIPS machine.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation and Operations Manual, included

MACHINE TYPE:

       Portable to most environments

O/S:

       Portable to most environments

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Netlabs Inc
       11693 San Vicente Blvd. Ste 348
       Los Angeles CA 90049

CONTACT:

(213) 476-4070

lam@netlabs.com (Anne Lam)

DDN-QUALIFIED:

       NO

DATE-UPDATED:

       January 1990


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4.7.2. Netlabs Dual Manager

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:   Netlabs Dual Manager

DESCRIPTION:

       Netlabs'  Dual  Manager  provides  management of TCP/IP networks
    using  both  SNMP  and  CMOT  protocols.  Such  management  can  be
    initiated  either  through the X-windows user interface (both Motif
    and Openlook), or through OSI Network Management  (CMIP)  commands.
    The  Dual  Manager  provides for configuration, fault, security and
    performance  management.  It  provides  extensive  map   management
    features,  including  scanned  maps in the background.  It provides
    simple mechanisms to extend the MIB and assign  specific  lists  of
    objects  to  specific  network  elements, thereby providing for the
    management of all vendors' specific MIB extensions.  It provides an
    optional  relational  DBMS for storing and retrieving MIB and alarm
    information.  Finally, the Dual Manager is  an  open  platform,  in
    that  it provides several Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
    for users to extend the functionality of the Dual Manager.

       The Dual Manager  is  expected  to  work  as  a  TCP/IP  "branch
    manager"  under  DEC's  EMA,  AT&T's  UNMA and other OSI-conformant
    enterprise management architectures.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation and Operations Manual, included

MACHINE TYPE:

SUN, IBM PC, PS/2, IBM Compatibles

Portable to most environments

O/S:

Unix
Portable to most environments

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Netlabs Inc
       11693 San Vicente Blvd. Ste 348
       Los Angeles CA 90049

CONTACT:

(213) 476-4070

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lam@netlabs.com (Anne Lam)

DDN-QUALIFIED:

NO

DATE-UPDATED:

January 1990













































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4.7.3. Netlabs SNMP Agent

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:    Netlabs SNMP Agent

DESCRIPTION:

       Netlabs' SNMP code comes with an Extensible  MIB,  which  allows
    users to add new MIB variables. The code currently supports all the
    MIB variables in RFC 1066 via the data types in RFC 1065,  as  well
    as  the  emerging MIB-II, which is currently in experimental stage.
    The SNMP has been benchmarked  at  200  Management  Operations  per
    Second (MOPS) for a 1-MIPS machine.

DOCUMENTATION:

       Installation and Operations Manual, included

MACHINE TYPE:

       Portable to most environments

O/S:

       Portable to most environments

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

C

DISTRIBUTOR:

       Netlabs Inc
       11693 San Vicente Blvd. Ste 348
       Los Angeles CA 90049

CONTACT:

(213) 476-4070
lam@netlabs.com (Anne Lam)

DDN-QUALIFIED:

    NO

DATE-UPDATED:

January 1990







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4.8. PSI



4.8.1. SNMP Version 3.0 TCP/IP Management Software

PRODUCT-OR-PACKAGE-NAME:  SNMP Version 3.0 TCP/IP Management Software

DESCRIPTION:

       PSI's  implementation  of  SNMP  Version  3.0  conforms  to  IAB
    standards, including RFC's 1067 (SNMP), 1065 (SMI), and 1066 (MIB).
    This  product contains source code for the agent/server and Network
    Management Station, including 14 fully-supported applications (five
    with  X.11  graphics) and report generation packages to format data
    for comparing performance statistics and trends analysis.

DOCUMENTATION:

       PSI's "SNMP Network Management Station  (NMS)  and  Agent/Server
    Implementation, Version 3.0"
    PSI's "Internet Network Management" brochure
    RFC 1052, RFC 1065, RFC 1066, RFC 1067

MACHINE-TYPE/CPU:

       SUN, AT&T, IBM PC, IBM PS/2, IBM compatible

O/S:

       UNIX, DOS, SUNOS, ULTRIX

IMPLEMENTATION-LANGUAGE:

       C and ASN.1

DISTRIBUTOR:

       PSI-SNMP
       PO Box 3850
       Reston VA 22091


CONTACT:

       Steve Schosstall (703) 620-6651

INFORMATION-UPDATED:

       April 1990




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Index

          1822
             Ford Aerospace   255
             ProTech   78

          3270
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   270
             Mitek Systems Corporation   134, 136, 138, 299
             Simware, Inc.   18, 140, 142, 143
             Stanford University   124
             University of California, Berkeley   219
          3Com Corporation   131, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241

          Alliant Computer Systems Corp.   11
          AOS/VS   26
          AOS/VS II   25
          Apple Macintosh
             Falcon Microsystems   253
             Falcon Microsystems, Inc.   249
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   227
             Kinetics, Inc.   12
             Simware, Inc.   18, 142
          AppleTalk
             Falcon Microsystems, Inc.   249
             Kinetics, Inc.   229
             Mt. Xinu   146, 148
             Wellfleet   306, 307
          AViiON   23
          AYDIN Computer and Monitor Division   233

          Banyan Systems, Inc.   191, 194
          Beamie & Whiteside Software Ltd.   98
          Blacker Encryption
             AYDIN Computer and Monitor Division   233
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   227, 270, 272, 274
          Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc. (BBN)   19
          Broadband
             3COM Corporation   236, 238

          CHAOS
             Panda Programming   30, 35
             SRI International   55
             TGV, Incorporated   63
          Chi Corporation   100, 102, 170, 297
          CMOT
             Netlabs, Inc.   319, 320
          Computer Network Technology   242
          Cray Research, Inc.   21
          CSNET CIC   47

          Data General   23, 25, 26, 308
          DEC MicroVAX

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             MicroVMS   53
             UNIX 4.3 BSD   70, 72
          DEC PDP-11
             UNIX 2.10 BSD   45
          DEC VAX
             Digital Equipment Corporation   244
             ProTech System V   78
             Simpact Associates, Inc.   245
             SRI International   55, 58, 61
             UNIX 4.2 BSD   47
             UNIX 4.3 BSD   47, 49, 70, 72
          DECnet   244
             Digital Equipment Corporation   243
             Falcon Microsystems, Inc.   249
             Kinetics, Inc.   280
             Novell   231
             Panda Programming   35
             Wellfleet   306, 307
          Digital Equipment Corporation   243
          Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.   104, 106, 108
          Domain Resolver
             MIT   27
          DOS
             3Com Corporation   131, 241
             Excelan, Inc.   84
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   270, 272
             KA9Q   95
             Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.   161, 163
             Sirius Systems   122
             Stanford University   124
             Unisys Corporation   130
             Western Digital   275
          Dynix   165

          Eclipse
             Data General   25
          EGP
             Panda Programming   29
          Encore Computer Corporation   90
          Eon Systems, Inc.   310
          Epilogue Technology Corporation   80
          Ethernet
             3COM Corporation   235, 236, 238, 239, 240, 241
             Alliant Computer systems Corp.   11
             Banyan Systems   191, 194
             Cray   21
             Data General   23, 25, 26, 308
             Eon Systems, Inc.   310
             Excelan, Inc.   51, 109, 111, 155, 247
             Falcon Microsystems   253
             Falcon Microsystems, Inc.   249
             Ford Aerospace   255
             Frontier Technology   115

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             FTP Software   313
             Gateway Communications   259
             Halley Systems   261, 263
             Hewlett Packard   315
             Interlink   132
             Interphase Corporation   279
             KA9Q   95
             Kinetics, Inc.   12, 280
             Mitek Systems   303
             Mitek Systems Corporation   134, 138, 301
             Mt. Xinu   146
             Novell   231
             Opus Systems   283
             Prime Computer   158
             ProTech   78
             QMS, Inc.   284, 286
             Sirius Systems   122, 215
             Stanford University   124
             Tektronix   294
             Timeplex   288
             Unisys Corporation   130, 172, 177, 183
             University of California, Berkeley   45, 70, 72, 219
             University of Maryland   186
             Wellfleet   306, 307
             Western Digital   275
          Excelan, Inc.   51, 82, 84, 86, 88, 109, 111, 155, 247, 311
          EXOS
             Excelan, Inc.   84, 88

          Falcon Microsystems, Inc.   249, 253
          Fax
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   268
             Frontier Technology   115
          FDDI
             Timeplex   290, 292
          Ford Aerospace & Communications Corporation   255
          Frontier Technologies Corporation   227, 268, 270, 272, 274
          Frontier Technology   113, 114, 115, 117, 196
          FTP Software   118, 313

          Gateway
             3COM Corporation   235, 236, 238
             Digital Equipment Corporation   243, 244
             Ford Aerospace   255
             Gateway Communications, Inc.   257, 260
             Panda Programming   29
             The Software Group Ltd.   128
             University of California, Berkeley   70, 72
             Wellfleet   306, 307
          Gateway Communications, Inc.   257, 259, 260
          GOSIP
             Lachman Associates   202


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          Halley Systems   91, 261, 263
          Harris Computer Systems Division   265
          Hewlett Packard   315
          Honeywell Federal Systems   93
          HyperChannel
             Alliant Computer Systems Corp.   11
             Cray   21

          IAS
             Process Software Corporation   36
          IBM
             Simware, Inc.   18, 140, 142
          IBM PC
             Beame & Whiteside Software Ltd.   98
          IBM PC, PS/2, compatibles
             Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.   104
             The Software Group Ltd.   125
          IBM PS/2
             Frontier Technology   114
          IBM RT
             Frontier Technology   114
          IBM-PC AT, compatibles
             Santa Cruz Operation   120
          IBM-PC, PS/2, compatibles
             Banyan Systems   191, 194
             Chi Corporation   100, 102
             Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.   106, 108
             Excelan, Inc.   109, 111
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   270, 272, 274
             Frontier Technology   113, 115
             KA9Q   95
             Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.   109
             Sirius Systems   122
             Stanford University   124
             Unisys Corporation   130
             Western Digital   275
          Integraph Corporation   198, 200
          Interactice Systems Corp.   317
          Intergraph Corporation   145
          Interlink   132
          Interphase Corporation   277, 279
          ISO Development Environment   221

          KA9Q   95
          Kermit
             Beame & Whiteside Software Ltd.   98
             Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.   104, 106, 108
          KG84
             AYDIN Computer and Monitor Division   233
          Kinetics, Inc.   12, 150, 229, 280

          Lachman Associates   151, 153, 202, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208
          LanProbe   310

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          Macintosh
             Novell   14, 16
          MAP
             Lachman Associates   202
          MARI Advanced Systems Ltd   210, 211
          Massachusetts Institute of Technology   27
          MIB
             Netlabs, Inc.   319
          MicroVax
             Excelan, Inc.   82
          Mitek OpenConnect Systems Corporation   301
          Mitek Systems Corporation   134, 136, 138, 299, 303
          Mt. Xinu   146, 148
          Multinet
             Excelan, Inc.   86
             Ford Aerospace   255
             SRI International   55, 58, 61
             TGV, Incorporated   63, 66, 68
          MVS
             Interlink   132
             Mitek Systems Corporation   134, 136, 138
             Simware, Inc.   144

          NCR Tower Systems
             Excelan, Inc.   155
          NETBIOS
             Beame & Whiteside Software Ltd.   98
             Gateway Communications, Inc.   257
             Lachman Associates   151
             Stanford University   124
             Syntax Systems, Inc.   168
          Netlabs, Inc.   319, 320, 322
          Netware
             Gateway Communications   259
          Network Analyzer
             Hewlett Packard   315
          Network Analyzers
             FTP Software   313
          Network Management
             Eon Systems, Inc.   310
             Excelan, Inc.   247
             Halley Systems   91
          Network Queuing System
             Integraph Corporation   200
          Network Research Corporation   53
          NFS
             Data General   25
             Excelan, Inc.   82
             Integraph Corporation   198
             Process Software Corporation   74
             Proteon, Inc.   166
             Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.   159
             SRI International   58, 61

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             TGV, Incorporated   66, 68
          Novell   14, 16, 231

          Opus Systems   282, 283
          OS/2
             3Com Corporation   131
             FTP Software   118
          OS1100
             Unisys Corporation   179, 186
          OSI
             3Com Corporation   240
             Digital Equipment Corporation   243
             Falcon Microsystems, Inc.   249
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   268
             Frontier Technology   113
             ISO Development Environment   221
             Kinetics, Inc.   280
             Lachman Associates   202, 204, 205, 206, 208
             Netlabs, Inc.   320
             Novell   231
             The Software Group Ltd.   217
             Unisys Corporation   174, 175, 176, 184
             Wellfleet Communications, Inc.   225

          Panda Programming   29, 30, 32, 33, 35
          PC
             Excelan, Inc.   311
             Frontier Technology   117, 196
          Performance Systems (PSI)   323
          Postscript
             QMS, Inc.   284, 286
          PRIME Computer, Inc.   156, 158
          Process Software Corporation   36, 39, 41, 43, 74
          ProTech Computer Group   78
          Proteon, Inc.   166
          Protocol Analyzers
             Data General   308
          PUP
             Panda Programming   35
             SRI International   55
             TGV, Incorporated   63

          QMS, Inc.   284, 286
          QNX
             MARI Advanced Systems Ltd   210, 211

          Research Triangle Institute   212
          RSX-11
             Process Software Corporation   39
          RT-11
             Process Software Corporation   41

          Santa Cruz Operation   120

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          Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.   159, 161, 163
          Sequent Computer Systems   165
          Simpact Associates, Inc.   245
          Simware, Inc.   18, 140, 142, 143, 144
          Sirius Systems, Inc.   122, 215
          SNA
             Mitek Systems Corporation   299, 301
          SNMP
             Epilogue Technology Corporation   80
             Interactive Systems Corp.   317
             Netlabs, Inc.   320, 322
             Performance Systems   323
             Timeplex   290, 292
          SRI International   55, 58, 61
          Stanford University   124
          StarLAN
             Hewlett Packard   315
          Syntax Systems, Inc.   168
          System V
             Lachman Associates   153, 206, 208

          T1
             Halley Systems   261
             Wellfleet   306, 307
          TCP/IP
             3Com Corporation   131, 237, 240
             Alliant Computer systems Corp.   11
             Banyan Systems   191
             Beame & Whiteside Software Ltd.   98
             Bolt Beranek and Newman   19
             Chi Corporation   297
             Cray   21
             Data General   23, 25, 26
             Encore Computer Corporation   90
             Excelan, Inc.   155
             Falcon Microsystems, Inc.   249
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   268
             Frontier Technology   115, 117
             FTP Software   118
             Gateway Communications   259
             Honeywell Federal Systems   93
             ISO Development Environment   221
             Kinetics, Inc.   12, 150, 280
             Lachman Associates   151, 153, 204, 206
             Mitek Systems Corporation   299
             Netlabs, Inc.   320
             Novell   14, 16, 231
             Opus Systems   282, 283
             PRIME Computer   156, 158
             Process Software Corporation   36, 39, 41, 43, 74
             Proteon, Inc.   166
             Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.   159
             Simware, Inc.   142, 143

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             SRI International   55
             Stanford University   124
             Syntax Systems, Inc.   168
             TGV, Incorporated   63
             The Software Group Ltd.   128
             Timeplex   292
             Unisys Corporation   177
             Wellfleet Communications, Inc.   225
             Western Digital   275
             Xerox Corporation   189
          Tektronix emulation
             Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.   108
          Tektronix Inc.   294
          Testing
             Excelan, Inc.   311
          Textronix Emulation
             Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.   106
          TGV, Incorporated   63, 66, 68
          The Software Group Ltd.   125, 128, 217
          Timeplex   288, 290, 292
          Token Ring
             3COM Corporation   236
             FTP Software   313
             Halley Systems   263
             Proteon, Inc.   166
             Timeplex   288
          TOP
             Lachman Associates   202
          TOPS-20
             Bolt Beranek and Newman   19
             MIT   27
             Panda Programming   29, 30, 32, 33, 35
          TSX-Plus
             Process Software Corporation   43

          Ultranet
             Alliant Computer systems Corp.   11
          Ultrix
             Digital Equipment Corporation   244
          Unisys Corporation   130, 172, 174, 175, 176, 177, 179, 181, 183,
                  184
          Unisys/Sperry 1100
             Chi Corporation   100, 102, 170, 297
          University of California, Berkeley   45, 70, 72, 219
          University of Maryland   186
          UNIX
             Chi Corporation   170
             Kinetics, Inc.   229
             Mt. Xinu   146, 148
             The Software Group Ltd.   125
          UNIX 2.10 BSD
             DEC PDP-11   45
          UNIX 4.2 BSD

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             Cray   21
             DEC VAX   47
             Research Triangle Institute   212
             Tektronix   294
          UNIX 4.3 BSD
             DEC VAX   47, 49
             Research Triangle Institute   212
             University of California, Berkeley   70, 72
          UNIX 5.3
             Intel 80386   111
          UNIX System V
             Cray   21
             DEC VAX   78
             Research Triangle Institute   212
             Tektronix   294
             Unisys Corporation   181, 183

          V/Ethernet
             Interphase Corporation   277
          VM
             Mitek Systems Corporation   136, 138
             Simware, Inc.   143, 144
          VMS
             Excelan, Inc.   51, 86
             Network Research   53
             Process Software Corporation   74
             TGV, Incorporated   63, 66, 68
          VTAM
             Simware, Inc.   144
          VXM Technologies, Inc.   188

          WAN
             Lachman Associates   205
          Wellfleet Communications, Inc.   225, 306, 307
          Western Digital Corporation   275

          X Windows
             Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.   163
          X.25
             3COM Corporation   235, 236, 237, 238
             AYDIN Computer and Monitor Division   233
             Chi Corporation   297
             CSNET CIC   49
             Data General   23
             Dynix   165
             Ford Aerospace   255
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   227, 270, 272, 274
             Frontier Technology   114, 115, 117, 196
             Gateway Communications, Inc.   257, 260
             Halley Systems   261
             Harris Computer Systems Division   265
             ISO Development Environment   221
             Lachman Associates   205

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             Network Research   53
             Opus Systems   282
             PRIME Computer   156
             ProTech System V   78
             Sequent Computer Systems   165
             Simpact Associates, Inc.   245
             Simware, Inc.   140
             Sirius Systems   215
             The Software Group Ltd.   125, 128, 217
             Timeplex   288, 292
             Unisys Corporation   172, 177, 179, 181, 184
             Wellfleet Communications, Inc.   225
          X.400
             Frontier Technology   113
             Lachman Associates   206, 207, 208
          XENIX
             Excelan, Inc.   88, 109
             Frontier Technologies Corporation   270, 272
             Santa Cruz Operation   120
             Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.   109, 161, 163
          Xerox Corporation   189
          Xmodem
             Beame & Whiteside Software Ltd.   98
             Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.   104, 106, 108
          XNS
             3COM Corporation   239, 241
             Wellfleet   306, 307



























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                             Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1

1. BACKGROUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    3

   1.1. The DoD Protocol Suite  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     3
       1.1.1. DoD Protocol Selection and Announcement Procedures  . .     3
       1.1.2. OSD Directives  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     3
       1.1.3. DoD Plans for the Transition to International
            Protocols  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    4
       1.1.4. Government OSI Profile (GOSIP)  . . . . . . . . . . . .     6
   1.2. The Defense Data Network (DDN)   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    6
       1.2.1. DDN Protocol Conformance Testing  . . . . . . . . . . .     6
   1.3. Obtaining Protocol Documentation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     7
       1.3.1. Military Standards  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     7
       1.3.2. RFCs  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     7
       1.3.3. DDN Protocol Handbook  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    8
       1.3.4. Government OSI Profile (GOSIP)  . . . . . . . . . . . .     8
       1.3.5. Blacker Front End Interface Control Document  . . . . .     9
       1.3.6. DDN X.25 Host Interface Specification  . . . . . . . . .    9
       1.3.7. DDN Subscriber Interface Guide  . . . . . . . . . . . .     9
       1.3.8. DDN Subscriber Security Guide  . . . . . . . . . . . . .    9
       1.3.9. NIC Document Ordering Information  . . . . . . . . . . .   10
       1.3.10. NIC Shipping Information  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   10

2. SOFTWARE IMPLEMENTATIONS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   11

   2.1. ALLIANT COMPUTER SYSTEMS CORP.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    11
       2.1.1. Alliant Computer Systems Corp.  . . . . . . . . . . . .    11
           2.1.1.1. Concentrix  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    11
   2.2. APPLE COMPUTERS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   12
       2.2.1. KINETICS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    12
           2.2.1.1. HostAccess  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    12
       2.2.2. Novell  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    14
           2.2.2.1. LAN WorkPlace for Macintosh  . . . . . . . . . . .   14
           2.2.2.2. TCPort Developers Kit  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   16
       2.2.3. Simware, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   18
           2.2.3.1. SimMac  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    18
   2.3. BOLT BERANEK AND NEWMAN INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    19
       2.3.1. BBN-TOPS-20  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   19
   2.4. CRAY RESEARCH, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   21
       2.4.1. Cray TCP/IP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   21
   2.5. DATA GENERAL CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    23
       2.5.1. Data General  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    23
           2.5.1.1. TCP/IP for AViiON Systems  . . . . . . . . . . . .   23
           2.5.1.2. TCP/IP for AOS/VS II  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    25
           2.5.1.3. TCP/IP for AOS/VS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   26






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   2.6. DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORP. Tops-20  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   27
       2.6.1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology  . . . . . . . . .   27
           2.6.1.1. MIT Chives  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    27
       2.6.2. Panda Programming  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   29
           2.6.2.1. Panda TOPS-20 EGP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   29
           2.6.2.2. Panda TOPS-20 Mail  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    30
           2.6.2.3. Panda TOPS-20 NETSRV  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    32
           2.6.2.4. Panda Modifications to TOPS-20  . . . . . . . . .    33
           2.6.2.5. Panda TOPS-20 Telnet  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    35
   2.7. DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORP. PDP-11  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    36
       2.7.1. Process Software Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . . . .    36
           2.7.1.1. Process Software TCPware for IAS  . . . . . . . .    36
           2.7.1.2. Process Software TCPware for RSX  . . . . . . . .    39
           2.7.1.3. Process Software TCPware for RT-11  . . . . . . .    41
           2.7.1.4. Process Software TCPware for TSX-Plus  . . . . . .   43
       2.7.2. USENIX Association  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    45
           2.7.2.1. USENIX Association 2.10 BSD  . . . . . . . . . . .   45
   2.8. VAX FAMILY  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    47
       2.8.1. CSNET CIC  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   47
           2.8.1.1. CSNET CIC DIALUP IP for UNIX  . . . . . . . . . .    47
           2.8.1.2. CSNET CIC X.25 for UNIX 4.3 BSD and ULTRIX 2.0  .    49
       2.8.2. Excelan, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   51
           2.8.2.1. Excelan VMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   51
       2.8.3. Network Research Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . . . .    53
           2.8.3.1. Network Research Corporation FUSION for X.25  . .    53
       2.8.4. SRI International  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   55
           2.8.4.1. SRI Multinet  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    55
           2.8.4.2. SRI Multinet NFS Client  . . . . . . . . . . . . .   58
           2.8.4.3. SRI Multinet NFS Server  . . . . . . . . . . . . .   61
       2.8.5. TGV, Incorporated  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   63
           2.8.5.1. TGV Multinet  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    63
           2.8.5.2. TGV MultiNet NFS Server  . . . . . . . . . . . . .   66
           2.8.5.3. TGV MultiNet NFS Client  . . . . . . . . . . . . .   68
       2.8.6. University of California, Berkeley  . . . . . . . . . .    70
           2.8.6.1. U.C. Berkeley UNIX 4.3 BSD  . . . . . . . . . . .    70
           2.8.6.2. U.C. Berkeley UNIX 4BSD Networking Release #1  . .   72
       2.8.7. Process Software Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . . . .    74
           2.8.7.1. TCPware for VMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   74
       2.8.8. ProTech Computer Group  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    78
           2.8.8.1. PASSAGE System V  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    78
   2.9. EPILOGUE TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   80
   2.10. EXCELAN  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    82
       2.10.1. LAN Service for Micro VMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    82
       2.10.2. LAN WorkPlace for DOS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    84
       2.10.3. MULTINET host-based TCP/IP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   86
       2.10.4. TCP/IP Network Software for XENIX-based IBM-PC ATs  . .   88
   2.11. ENCORE COMPUTER CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    90
       2.11.1. MPX-32  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   90






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   2.12. HALLEY SYSTEMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   91
       2.12.1. ConnectVIEW Network Management System  . . . . . . . .    91
   2.13. HONEYWELL INFORMATION SYSTEMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    93
       2.13.1. Honeywell Federal Systems  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    93
   2.14. IBM/COMPATIBLES  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    95
       2.14.1. PC/COMPATIBLES  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   95
           2.14.1.1. Amateur Radio KA9Q TCP/IP  . . . . . . . . . . .    95
       2.14.2. Beame & Whiteside Software Ltd. TCP/IP  . . . . . . . .   98
           2.14.2.1. BW?TEL/BWKREL, BWNFS, BWNETBIOS  . . . . . . . .    98
       2.14.3. Chi Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   100
           2.14.3.1. Chi LinkUP UTS for DOS  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  100
           2.14.3.2. ChiLAN PC Terminal and Host Uniscope Servers  . .  102
       2.14.4. Diversified Computer Systems, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . .  104
           2.14.4.1. EM320  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   104
           2.14.4.2. EM4010  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  106
           2.14.4.3. EM4105  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  108
       2.14.5. Excelan, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   109
           2.14.5.1. Excelan EXOS 8011 - TCP/IP for XENIX-based IBM-PC
                ATs  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  109
           2.14.5.2. Excelan LAN WorkPlace for PCs Running Unix System
                V.3  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  111
       2.14.6. Frontier Technology  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   113
           2.14.6.1. Frontier Technology Super-X.400  . . . . . . . .   113
           2.14.6.2. Frontier Technology Super-X.25  . . . . . . . . .  114
           2.14.6.3. Frontier Technology Super TCP/IP  . . . . . . . .  115
           2.14.6.4. Frontier Technology Super-Gateway  . . . . . . .   117
       2.14.7. FTP Software  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  118
           2.14.7.1. PC/TCP for OS/2  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   118
       2.14.8. Santa Cruz Operation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  120
           2.14.8.1. SCO TCP/IP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  120
       2.14.9. Sirius Systems, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  122
           2.14.9.1. Sirius Systems, Inc. Internet-PC  . . . . . . . .  122
       2.14.10. Stanford University  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  124
           2.14.10.1. Stanford IBM PC  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  124
       2.14.11. The Software Group Ltd.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  125
           2.14.11.1. Netcom II  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  125
           2.14.11.2. NetcomRouter for Netcom II  . . . . . . . . . .   128
       2.14.12. Unisys Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   130
           2.14.12.1. Unisys Corporation NET-PC  . . . . . . . . . . .  130
       2.14.13. 3Com Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   131
           2.14.13.1. 3Com 3+ open TCP Demand Protocol Arcitecture  .   131
   2.15. IBM MAINFRAMES  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  132
       2.15.1. Interlink  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   132
           2.15.1.1. ACC ACCES/MVS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   132
       2.15.2. Mitek Systems Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   134
           2.15.2.1. Mitek OpenConnect Systems TELNET/FTP CLIENTS, FTP
                SERVER and FTP BATCH  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   134
           2.15.2.2. Mitek Systems TELNET Server Version 3  . . . . .   136
           2.15.2.3. Mitek OpenConnect Systems Telnet Client Full
                Screen Option  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  138
       2.15.3. Simware, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   140
           2.15.3.1. SIMPC Master  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  140
           2.15.3.2. Sim3278 TCP/IP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  142

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           2.15.3.3. Simware Inc. SIM3278/TCPIP  . . . . . . . . . . .  143
           2.15.3.4. SIMXFER  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   144
   2.16. INTERGRAPH CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  145
       2.16.1. Intergraph TCP/IP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   145
   2.17. MACINTOSH  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   146
       2.17.1. Mt. Xinu  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  146
           2.17.1.1. K-Spool  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   146
           2.17.1.2. K-Talk  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  148
       2.17.2. TCPORT  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  150
       2.17.3. Lachman Associates  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  151
           2.17.3.1. NetBIOS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   151
           2.17.3.2. System V STREAMS TCP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  153
   2.18. NCR TOWER SYSTEMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   155
       2.18.1. Excelan NCR Tower Software  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  155
   2.19. PRIME COMPUTER, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  156
       2.19.1. Prime TCP/IP-X.25  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   156
       2.19.2. Prime WSI300  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  158
   2.20. THE SANTA CRUZ OPERATION, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  159
       2.20.1. SCO NFS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   159
       2.20.2. SCO Xenix Net  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   161
       2.20.3. SCO Xsight  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  163
   2.21. SEQUENT COMPUTER SYSTEMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  165
       2.21.1. Dynix TCP/IP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  165
   2.22. SUN MICROSYSTEMS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  166
       2.22.1. Proteon, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   166
           2.22.1.1. Proteon ProNET Device Drivers  . . . . . . . . .   166
   2.23. SYNTAX SYSTEMS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  168
       2.23.1. SMBserver for TCP/IP Networks  . . . . . . . . . . . .   168
   2.24. UNISYS CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  170
       2.24.1. CHI CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   170
           2.24.1.1. Chi LinkUP for Unix  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   170
       2.24.2. Unisys Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  172
           2.24.2.1. BTOS X.25 Network Gateway  . . . . . . . . . . .   172
           2.24.2.2. DDP-PPC  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   174
           2.24.2.3. OSI-FTAM  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  175
           2.24.2.4. OSI-MHS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   176
           2.24.2.5. Unisys A Series Systems  . . . . . . . . . . . .   177
           2.24.2.6. Unisys 1100 and 2200 Systems  . . . . . . . . . .  179
           2.24.2.7. Unisys DDN5000, DDN6000, DDN7000  . . . . . . . .  181
           2.24.2.8. Unisys NET5000, NET6000, NET7000  . . . . . . . .  183
           2.24.2.9. Unisys OSI Products  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   184
       2.24.3. University of Maryland  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  186
           2.24.3.1. U. of Maryland IP/TCP-1100  . . . . . . . . . . .  186
   2.25. VXM Technologies, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  188
       2.25.1. TIM  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   188
   2.26. XEROX CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   189
       2.26.1. Xerox XDE  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   189
   2.27. SOFTWARE MULTIPLE-MACHINE IMPLEMENTATIONS  . . . . . . . . .   191
       2.27.1. BANYAN SYSTEMS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  191
           2.27.1.1. VINES TCP/IP Routing Option  . . . . . . . . . .   191
           2.27.1.2. VINES TCP/IP Server-to-Server Option  . . . . . .  194
       2.27.2. FRONTIER TECHNOLOGY  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   196
           2.27.2.1. Frontier Technology Super-X.25 Library  . . . . .  196

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       2.27.3. INTEGRAPH CORP.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   198
           2.27.3.1. Network File System  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   198
           2.27.3.2. Network Queuing System  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  200
       2.27.4. LACHMAN ASSOCIATES  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  202
           2.27.4.1. OSI LAN Transport Software  . . . . . . . . . . .  202
           2.27.4.2. OSI/TCP Application Facility  . . . . . . . . . .  204
           2.27.4.3. OSI WAN Transport Software  . . . . . . . . . . .  205
           2.27.4.4. SendX/400 Mail Gateway  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  206
           2.27.4.5. X.400 Gateway API  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   207
           2.27.4.6. X.400 MTA  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   208
       2.27.5. MARI ADVANCED SYSTEMS LTD  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   210
           2.27.5.1. QNX  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   210
           2.27.5.2. TCP/IP for QNX  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  211
       2.27.6. RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE  . . . . . . . . . . . . .   212
           2.27.6.1. Research Triangle Institute FREEDOMNET  . . . . .  212
       2.27.7. SIRIUS SYSTEMS, INC. (CONVERGENT TECHNOLOGIES)  . . . .  215
           2.27.7.1. Sirius Systems Internet-CT  . . . . . . . . . . .  215
       2.27.8. THE SOFTWARE GROUP LTD.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   217
           2.27.8.1. X.25 Interface Package  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  217
       2.27.9. U.C. BERKELEY  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   219
           2.27.9.1. TN3270  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  219
       2.27.10. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA  . . . . . . . . . . . . .   221
           2.27.10.1. The ISO Development Environment  . . . . . . . .  221
       2.27.11. WELLFLEET COMMUNICATIONS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . .   225
           2.27.11.1. TCP/IP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   225

3. HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATIONS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  227

   3.1. APPLE COMPUTER, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   227
       3.1.1. Frontier Technologies Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . .  227
           3.1.1.1. MAC II-DDN  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   227
       3.1.2. KINETICS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   229
           3.1.2.1. K-Talk  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   229
       3.1.3. Novell  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   231
           3.1.3.1. EtherPort IIL  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  231
   3.2. AYDIN MONITOR SYSTEMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  233
       3.2.1. Network Access Controller  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  233
   3.3. 3COM CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   235
       3.3.1. 3Com Netbuilder Bridges  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  235
       3.3.2. 3Com 6S/X.25  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   236
       3.3.3. 3Com Internetworking Bridge/3  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  237
       3.3.4. 3Com Internetworking Bridge/1  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  238
       3.3.5. 3Com Communications Server CS/2000, CS/3000  . . . . . .  239
       3.3.6. 3Com Brouter  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   240
       3.3.7. 3Station 2/ED  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  241
   3.4. COMPUTER NETWORK TECHNOLOGY  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  242
       3.4.1. LANLord 8000  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   242
   3.5. DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  243
       3.5.1. Digital Equipment Corporation  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  243
           3.5.1.1. DEC 3100  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   243
           3.5.1.2. Internet Gateway  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   244



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   3.6. SIMPACT ASSOCIATES, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   245
       3.6.1. Simpact Associates, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   245
           3.6.1.1. DDN X.25  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   245
   3.7. EXCELAN  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  247
       3.7.1. EXport 2000 Communications Server  . . . . . . . . . . .  247
   3.8. FALCON MICROSYSTEMS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  249
       3.8.1. EtherSC  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  249
       3.8.2. Etherport II  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   251
       3.8.3. Etherport-SE  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   253
   3.9. FORD AEROSPACE CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   255
       3.9.1. Ford Multinet Gateway  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  255
   3.10. GATEWAY COMMUNICATIONS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  257
       3.10.1. G/X.25 Gateway  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  257
       3.10.2. G/ETHERNET AND PC-TCP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   259
       3.10.3. G/Remote Bridge and Gateway  . . . . . . . . . . . . .   260
   3.11. HALLEY SYSTEMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  261
       3.11.1. Halley Systems Ethernet Brouter  . . . . . . . . . . .   261
       3.11.2. Halley Systems Token Ring Brouter  . . . . . . . . . .   263
   3.12. HARRIS COMPUTER SYSTEMS DIVISION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  265
       3.12.1. X.25 with TCP/IP Protocols (DDN)  . . . . . . . . . . .  265
   3.13. IBM/COMPATIBLES  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   268
       3.13.1. Frontier Technologies Corporation  . . . . . . . . . .   268
           3.13.1.1. Frontier LAN-Fax  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  268
       3.13.2. Frontier Technologies Corporation  . . . . . . . . . .   270
           3.13.2.1. Frontier PC/AT-DDN  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  270
           3.13.2.2. Frontier PS/2-DDN  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   272
           3.13.2.3. Frontier RT-DDN  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   274
       3.13.3. Western Digital  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   275
           3.13.3.1. Western Digital PC/TCP  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  275
   3.14. INTERPHASE CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  277
       3.14.1. V/Ethernet 3207 Hawk Controller for VMEbus  . . . . . .  277
       3.14.2. Interphase V/Ethernet 4207 VMEbus Controller  . . . . .  279
   3.15. KINETICS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  280
       3.15.1. EtherPort SEL  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   280
   3.16. OPUS SYSTEMS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  282
       3.16.1. Opus 400 PM  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   282
       3.16.2. TCP/IP for Opus Systems Personal Mainframes  . . . . .   283
   3.17. QMS, Inc.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   284
       3.17.1. QMS X320ImageServer XP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  284
       3.17.2. QMS X308/S ImageServer XP TURBO  . . . . . . . . . . .   286
   3.18. TIMEPLEX  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  288
       3.18.1. Timeplex TIME/LAN 10 Routing Bridges  . . . . . . . . .  288
       3.18.2. Timeplex TIME/LAN FDDI Concentrator+  . . . . . . . . .  290
       3.18.3. Timeplex TIME/LAN 100 Routers  . . . . . . . . . . . .   292
   3.19. TEKTRONIX, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   294
       3.19.1. Tektronix 6130 Intelligent Graphics Workstation  . . .   294
   3.20. HARDWARE MULTIPLE-MACHINE IMPLEMENTATIONS  . . . . . . . . .   297
       3.20.1. CHI CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   297
           3.20.1.1. Chi CCP TCP/IP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  297
       3.20.2. MITEK OPENCONNECT SYSTEMS CORPORATION  . . . . . . . .   299
           3.20.2.1. Mitek OpenConnect Server  . . . . . . . . . . . .  299
           3.20.2.2. Mitek Presentation Services  . . . . . . . . . .   301
           3.20.2.3. Mitek Connectivity Solutions for the IBM

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                Application  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  303
       3.20.3. WELLFLEET COMMUNICATIONS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . .  306
           3.20.3.1. Wellfleet Link Node Model Number 2000 (LN)  . . .  306
           3.20.3.2. Wellfleet Concentrator Node Model Number 3000
                (CN)  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   307

4. ANALYSIS TOOLS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  308

   4.1. DATA GENERAL CORPORATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   308
       4.1.1. DG/Sniffer LAN Protocol Analyzer  . . . . . . . . . . .   308
   4.2. EON SYSTEMS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  310
       4.2.1. LanProbe Network Analysis System  . . . . . . . . . . .   310
   4.3. EXCELAN, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  311
       4.3.1. LANalyzer EX 5000 Series Network Analyzers  . . . . . .   311
   4.4. FTP Software  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   313
       4.4.1. FTP Software LANWatch  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  313
   4.5. HEWLETT PACKARD  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  315
   4.6. INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS CORP.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  317
       4.6.1. Simple Network Management Protocol  . . . . . . . . . .   317
   4.7. NETLABS, INC.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  319
       4.7.1. Netlabs CMOT Agent  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   319
       4.7.2. Netlabs Dual Manager  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   320
       4.7.3. Netlabs SNMP Agent  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   322
   4.8. PSI  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  323
       4.8.1. SNMP Version 3.0 TCP/IP Management Software  . . . . . .  323

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