What is the difference?

From: Zane H. Healy <healyzh_at_aracnet.com>
Date: Wed Dec 12 14:54:27 2001

>What is the difference between MultiNet and TCPWare on the VAX?
>Peace... Sridhar

I believe it's very little other than the style of interfaces for
administering it. I'd recommend taking a look at the Process website for
indepth information. ISTR, one is more 'VMS' style and one is more 'UNIX'
style. However, I'm not fit to judge since I've only used one, and then
only *very* briefly.

I'm currently using Compaq TCPIP V5.1, and am very happy with it, I'd be
even happier if I could find time to do some tweaking of my configuration!

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