Watching all the discussion going around about IP->IPX gatewaying for
the internet brings up a question:
Has anyone used BSDI's "Internet Gateway for Novell Networks"?
I was wondering, because according to what I read in the product
description, you get a WinSock 1.1 compliant interface that talks to
the BSDI-based gateway over IPX. This means that you don't have dual
stacks running on the same (brain dead) box and you let the (more solid)
BSDI system handle the gateway.
Is this something to consider when looking at getting folks with Novell
networks onto the Net?
scott barman DISCLAIMER: I speak to anyone who will listen,
com and I speak only for myself.
"Micro$oft and Windoze/NT will be the cause of the de-evolution of
network security just as the original PC and BASIC was the cause of
the de-evolution of programming." - scott barman