My MUA insists that dharris @
com (Delmer Harris) wrote:
> BTW: From a class I took at Interop I got the impression that SET
> is not incompatible with firewalls because it rides on top of other
> protocols which firewalls can handle. Is this impression correct?
The SET protocol is designed to be transport independent. However,
for the purposes of providing clear definitions of how transport mechanisms
should be used to foster interoperability, a SET Transport Summit will be
held in Dallas, Texas, USA from Monday, October 28 through Wednesday,
The results of this summit will be published in a new Book 4 to be added to
the three books of the current SET specification.
Paul M. Cardon - System Officer
Capital Markets Systems - First Chicago NBD Corporation
com - (312) 732-7392
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