[LINK] FW: [AusNOG] [ISOC-AU-mems] Happy Birthday ... AARNet
tomk at unwired.com.au
Fri Mar 27 10:17:09 EST 2009
From: Tom Koltai [mailto:tomk at unwired.com.au]
Sent: Thursday, 26 March 2009 11:46 PM
To: 'Mark Prior'
Cc: 'marghanita at ramin.com.au'; 'Geoff Huston'; 'Ian Peter'; 'Narelle';
'link at anu.edu.au'
Subject: RE: [LINK] [AusNOG] [ISOC-AU-mems] Happy Birthday ... AARNet
Actually - I think we were using an early version of Ultrix - But I do
know that some of the cluster were VMS.
As ultrix proliferated, VMS gradually became a filestore only.
The Admin at the college were mostly on VMS, students and lecturers were
on ultrix and it was ruled over by Phil (with the machete) for any NTU
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Prior [mailto:mrp at mrp.net]
> Sent: Thursday, 26 March 2009 11:37 PM
> To: Tom Koltai
> Cc: marghanita at ramin.com.au; 'Geoff Huston'; 'Ian Peter';
> 'Narelle'; link at anu.edu.au
> Subject: Re: [LINK] [AusNOG] [ISOC-AU-mems] Happy Birthday ... AARNet
> Tom Koltai wrote:
> > Phil Karns KA9Q stack arrived circa 1985 I think. - Sorry cant
> > remember when we ported it to the Apple Lisa amd C lassic -
> but it was
> > not long thereafter. What I do remember is that a whole lab
> (12 Macs)
> > at the NT Community colledge (now NTU) was then set-up
> talking to the
> > NTCC Vax using TCP - and that was before 1987. I know this
> because by
> > 1987 - I was setting up the (Fujitsu) Sun - Mac Attorney Generals
> > computer network - exclusively TCP-IP.
> It would be interesting to know what TCP package you were
> using on VMS before 87.
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