Re: Telnet Query

Fred Bohle <fab@md.interlink.com> Mon, 17 May 1993 15:46 UTC

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From: Fred Bohle <fab@md.interlink.com>
Subject: Re: Telnet Query
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>
>The IDEA of fall-back is appealing.  But is it realistic in this case?
>
>I don't know anything about the 3270 world.  If I refuse 3270 mode,
>will host systems really let me continue in dumb tty mode?
>
>    ...  Why?  -> The notion of
>    fall back.  If you can't negotiate TN3270 mode, you still get dumb  (or
>    perhaps dumber) terminal service.  Whereas if you have a TN3270 only
>

And you can fall back to old-style TN3270 mode.

Fred