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From: Zach Heilig <heilig AT cs DOT UND DOT NoDak DOT Edu>
Subject: TCP/IP and /djgpp/samples/dpmi/pktdrvr.c
To: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 1994 19:10:51 -0600 (CST)

Hello all,

I've got a largish application I'm helping to port from unix, aix,
vms, etc... to dos.  It depends on a 32-bit environment (djgpp...)
and that some sort of communication medium is available (serial, lan,
tcp/ip).  It works rather well under MSDOS, but I haven't found a
useable (unix-like) tcp/ip library for use under DOS.  I tried the
sample program (pktdrvr.c) and it works just fine (except that it uses
a low level interface, and not 'socket()', 'bind()', 'accept()', etc
that I need).

Anyway, my questions are:

1) is there a tcp/ip library for dos that provides a unix networking
   interface, and (if not):

2) where would I find enough documentation to write functions to
   emulate the functionality that I need.

--
	Zach Heilig	(heilig AT cs DOT und DOT nodak DOT edu) ==
			(heilig AT agassiz DOT cas DOT und DOT nodak DOT edu)

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