Re: VMS License Plates
- From: bill@xxxxxxxxxxx (Bill Gunshannon)
- Date: 1 Sep 2007 11:10:46 GMT
In article <Vu4Ci.61848$lZ7.34321@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Ron Johnson <ron.l.johnson@xxxxxxx> writes:
On 08/31/07 17:00, Bill Gunshannon wrote:
Now, could someone provide the real answer? When did DECNET first come
1975. I wouldn't be surprised if network email arrive in Phase II
(1976) or Phase III (1980).
DECnet is a suite of network protocols created by Digital
Equipment Corporation, originally released in 1975 in order
to connect two PDP-11 minicomputers. It evolved into one of
the first peer-to-peer network architectures, thus transforming
DEC into a networking powerhouse in the 1980s.
Was there any serial machine-to-machine protocol for
VMS before the first port of UUCP?
DECnet III supported X.25.
OK, I worded that wrong. I knew tere was DECNET for the PDP-11.
When was DECNET first avalable for VMS and was there any other
inter-machine protocol before that?
Bill Gunshannon | de-moc-ra-cy (di mok' ra see) n. Three wolves
bill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx | and a sheep voting on what's for dinner.
University of Scranton |
Scranton, Pennsylvania | #include <std.disclaimer.h>
- Prev by Date: Re: The Common System Interface: Intel's Future Interconnect
- Next by Date: Re: Third sunday in the month
- Previous by thread: Re: VMS License Plates
- Next by thread: Re: VMS License Plates