Re: Telnet Query

Fred Bohle <fab@md.interlink.com> Mon, 17 May 1993 15:23 UTC

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From: Fred Bohle <fab@md.interlink.com>
Subject: Re: Telnet Query
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>
>>We recogonize the need for a header, but <header><3270 data><EOR> is really
>>just <user data><EOR> to the first block diagram in Dave's note.
>
>Actually, it is not clear to me why the EOR would be needed if we had a
>header that included the data length to follow.
>

Conversely, it is not clear why we need a length is needed if we don't
eliminate IAC stuffing and use EOR.  The decision must be based on
the IAC discussion.

Fred