Networking FreeDOS - Novell Netware
Novell, former market leader for local networks, provided "LAN WorkPlace
for DOS" which also included a TCP/IP protocol stack and numerous
programs. Some software for DOS can still be downloaded from Novell's
site and used for free:
* The NetWare ODI Client 16 Driver for MS-DOS (1996)
and the NetWare Client 32-Driver (1998)
allow DOS users to connect to a Novell NetWare Server.
* Novell's TCP/IP Kernel "TCP16.EXE" (1996)
(http://bbs.actapricot.org/files/area37/tcp16.exe) can still be
used to run TCP/IP applications directly over ODI (see chapter
Others). On the sites above Novell includes a warning that this soft-
ware is neither maintained nor supported any longer.
Useful information about Novell's DOS clients can still be found at the
newsgroup "novell.support.os.client.dos-win3x" (http://groups.google.it/
group/novell.support.os.client.dos-win3x) which was active until 2004.
More recent information and useful links can be found at "DOS Solutions"
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