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X.400 over TCP/IP

In article <s1150868.747613978@giaeb>,
John Lees (M Spinks) <s1150868@giaeb.cc.monash.edu.au> wrote:
>Can anyone provide details on running X.400 over TCP/IP?

RFC 1006 defines a way to provide the OSI transport service over
TCP/IP, allowing all OSI applications to use TCP/IP (without even
knowing that they're doing it :-).

Some X.400 products that can use RFC 1006, off the top of my head, are
PP, the NetTel product, and ICL's OfficePower version 7.  There are
probably lots more though: I gather it's becoming an increasingly
popular way to deliver OSI applications.

Tim.
--
Tim Goodwin  | "The telephone analogy to the PC being turned off is one
PIPEX Ltd    | of the conversants dying.  The telephone system doesn't
Cambridge UK | drop the call when this happens."  Barry Margolin.

Original headers:

From: tim@pipex.net (Tim Goodwin)
Newsgroups: comp.protocols.iso.x400
Subject: Re: X.400 over TCP/IP
Date: 10 Sep 1993 12:47:16 +0100
Organization: PIPEX Ltd, Cambridge, UK
Message-ID: <26ppg4$9ts@tank.pipex.net>
References: <s1150868.747613978@giaeb>

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