Need recommendations on a terminal server setup
witchy at binarydinosaurs.co.uk
Wed Nov 23 01:36:25 CST 2005
On Wed, November 23, 2005 5:21 am, Dave Mitton said:
> The first DEC manufactured Ethernet card for the PC bus was the ISA DEPCA.
> It was based on the AMD Lance design that was implemented in the
> VAXmate (the first DEC PC that was somewhat IBM PC compatible)
Ah yes! I've got my eye on a VAXmate.....I'd forgotten about the DEPCA and
it's Big Blue Jumper to toggle between AUI and BNC though....
> The DEPCA did not have "DECnet" in it. Though it might have had a
> boot ROM that could support MOP downline load. It did have a unique
> memory mapped architecture where the buffer pool on the card could be
We've got a couple at work so I can check :)
> By the way PATHWORKS for Windows V3.1 and Windows for Workgroups
> supported DECnet, TCP/IP, NetWare and NetBEUI, mix and match, without
$gods, you've just reminded me of the hellish weekend spent trying to get
Pathworks 5 VAX talking to Pathworks WFW3.11...we'd been using PCSA 4.2
and got on fine with that but PW5 was a different beast altogether!
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