Networking FreeDOS - Other TCP/IP kernels
Some other external TCP/IP Kernels can also be legally used and down-
* Novell distributes its popular 16-bit TCP/IP protocol stack
"TCP16.EXE" (see: http://bbs.actapricot.org/files/area37/tcp16.exe),
which runs directly atop of the ODI driver. A few programs like
Josh's "Tiny" remote control software (see: http://josh.com/tiny/)
and Tsoft's "NFS Clients for DOS" (see: http://www.rawbandwidth.com/
software/) still use this kernel.
* Microsoft's "MS client 3.0" (see: ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/bussys/
Clients/MSCLIENT/) includes its own TCP/IP Kernel "TCPTSR.EXE".
It also can be used by external programs. It may be useful though,
to check memory requirements first. MS client's TCP/IP seems to
consume a lot of conventional DOS memory.
Please visit Microsoft and Novell for more information.
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