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SubjectRe: Protol for Linux investigation
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Niclas Anderberg <niclas.anderberg@axis.com> writes:
>
> Hi!
>
> [SNIP]
>
> Transport protocols:
>
> * Netware/IP
>

NetWare encapsulates IPX in IP here, so linux can route packes.

>
> * Pure IP (Netware)
>

NetWare 5's Pure IP is just bog stadard IP packes with NCP commands in
them, instead of doing so over IPX.

> Configuration Protocols
>
> * SNMP (Need atleast version 1.0 supported and does it have TRAP
> support?)
>

The CMU-SNMP packages gives this, and it does not need kernel support.

> * Netware (I would need support for up to v5.0).
>

There is support for NetWare style filesystems via the network, but I
think this conforms NetWare 3.12, although I'd rather not be quoted on
this.

cheers,
--
Alexander Hoogerhuis
alexh@ihatent.com

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