Effective Speed of 10BaseT

From: Bill Pechter <pechter_at_pechter.dyndns.org>
Date: Mon Nov 15 16:23:56 1999

> >In an ideal world every system would be running TCP/IP and using NFS to
> >access remote disks, but it's not an ideal world. Good luck finding NFS at
> >any price for the Mac (don't think you can get it for the Amiga anymore
> >either), and I've spent the entire evening trying to get the VMS box in
> >quesiton serving up NFS.
> >
> > Zane
> >| Zane H. Healy | UNIX Systems Adminstrator |
> >| healyzh_at_aracnet.com (primary) | Linux Enthusiast |
> >| healyzh_at_holonet.net (alternate) | Classic Computer Collector |
> >+----------------------------------+----------------------------+

I believe there's a shareware Mac NFS... I just use Netatalk and Samba
with the FreeBSD box here. I don't know what to do when I get the Vax
up with OpenVMS. Probably Samba and Netatalk with a common directory
area on the FreeBSD box.

      Three things never anger: First, the one who runs your DEC,
      The one who does Field Service and the one who signs your check.
Received on Mon Nov 15 1999 - 16:23:56 GMT

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