Re: Telnet Query

Bruce Crabill <BRUCE%UMDD.bitnet@list.nih.gov> Fri, 14 May 1993 18:46 UTC

Received: from ietf.nri.reston.va.us by IETF.CNRI.Reston.VA.US id aa08824; 14 May 93 14:46 EDT
Received: from CNRI.RESTON.VA.US by IETF.CNRI.Reston.VA.US id aa08820; 14 May 93 14:46 EDT
Received: from list.nih.gov by CNRI.Reston.VA.US id aa18535; 14 May 93 14:46 EDT
Received: from LIST.NIH.GOV by LIST.NIH.GOV (IBM VM SMTP V2R2) with BSMTP id 1132; Fri, 14 May 93 14:47:38 EDT
Received: from LIST.NIH.GOV by LIST.NIH.GOV (Mailer R2.10 ptf000) with BSMTP id 1127; Fri, 14 May 93 14:47:31 EDT
Date: Fri, 14 May 1993 14:43:24 EDT
Reply-To: IETF TN3270E Working Group List <TN3270E@list.nih.gov>
X-Orig-Sender: IETF TN3270E Working Group List <TN3270E@list.nih.gov>
Sender: ietf-archive-request@IETF.CNRI.Reston.VA.US
From: Bruce Crabill <BRUCE%UMDD.bitnet@list.nih.gov>
Subject: Re: Telnet Query
To: Multiple recipients of list TN3270E <TN3270E@list.nih.gov>
In-Reply-To: Message received on Fri, 14 May 93 08:40:23 EDT
Message-ID: <9305141446.aa18535@CNRI.Reston.VA.US>

>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.

                                       Bruce