X.25 SoftwareSource: Adax, Inc.
Performance is in the Details
The APS-X.25 software package can be used with any of the Adax HDC, ACT, or APC Protocol Controllers. APS-X.25 supports up to 3,000 logical channels that may be multiplexed over any number of 1 to 256 separate physical connections. APS-X.25 supports X.25 CCITT/ITU X.25 standards from 1976, 1980, 1984, or 1988 as well as BX.25. APS-X.25 can be used singularly or in conjunction with other Adax or 3rd party products in a number of different applications.
APS-X.25 provides a set of user utilities that emulate equivalent TCP/IP applications over an X.25 network. These applications include:
- xmail: An application similar to the Unix ‘mail' program which allows users to send electronic mail to remote users over a X.25 network.
- xft: An application similar to the Unix ‘ftp' program which allows users to send files to a remote machine over a X.25 network.
- xcu/xpad: An application similar to Unix ‘cu' and ‘telnet' which allows users to log into remote machines connected over a X.25 network.
- Xlogin: An application similar to Unix ‘login' which authenticates incoming calls from remote machines over a X.25 network.
Configuration of all X.25 and LAPB addresses, timers, and parameters are made through a single configuration file. Individual physical connections can have their parameters changed while the APS-X.25 software is running without disrupting any other connection.
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