Re: Best mode for uucp over tcp.
George Bonser wrote:
> If both ends are Taylor, use i protocol. It is full duplex and can
> recover where it left off in case of interruption.
> This shortens the transaction and makes error recovery fster.
> On Wed, 6 Aug 1997, Chris Brown wrote:
> > I have gotten uucp running properly over tcp. When using tcp
> > which mode is the most effecient? From what I understand mode t was
> > designed for such links but taylor suppores mode i which I haven't
> > seen much documentation on. Which way should I go?
> > --
I'm running a ppp dialup to an ISP who uses pop3 and dynamic
addressing. This is my only access to the net. I have no local net.
Is it to my advantage to run uucp over tcp/ip?
I'm having all kinds of problems setting up mail. I'm using the exim,
exmh, fetchmail, mh, metamail and mime-support packages.
How would I set up for uucp?
Please point me to any docs or info.
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