AT&T hardware

From: Will Jennings <>
Date: Thu Jan 24 19:27:12 2002

Unless you have a need to control a bunch of 3270-emulating terminals, a
6544 isn't a terrible useful thing to have. It's basically a non-IBM version
of a 3174, etc., which is a unit used to hook up many terminals to your
3270-protocol host computer, be it mainframe or minicomputer. I don't know
what terminals the thing is meant for, since it beats me if AT&T's terminals
support 3270, but they probably do, though I'd imagine it doesn't use coax..
Which, if that is true, might limit you to using AT&T terminals with it,
which is kinda crappy.. Hope that helps some

Will J

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