anyone have a terminal server?
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Mon Apr 24 14:44:40 CDT 2006
In article <020b01c667c6$931c5190$6500a8c0 at BILLING>,
"Jay West" <jwest at classiccmp.org> writes:
> A terminal server probably isn't the best choice then. Not completely, but
> in general, terminal servers are designed to take an ETHERNET connection to
> a telnet-capable host and make it available to dumb terminals or vice versa.
> It doesn't sound like you are trying to so that.
Actually this is *exactly* what I'm trying to do.
> You most likely don't want a terminal server, you want the data pbx that
> someone else mentioned.
Why do you say that? I can't tell the difference between a data pbx
and a terminal server at this point.
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