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Dialogic EiconCard Universal Connections Suite, CD-ROM

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Eiconcard Universal Connections Suite CD contains: Eiconcard Connections for Linux, Eiconcard Connections for Windows, Eiconcard Connections for ISO Transport.

Eiconcard Connections for Linux is a set of drivers for connecting Linux Servers to Wide Area Networks using Eicon Networks' intelligent multiprotocol communication adapters. Similarly, Eiconcard Connections for Linux is a communications and utilities software designed to use with Eicon Networks' Eiconcards. Corporations are increasingly adopting Linux-based servers for their Internet connectivity and remote access needs. Eicon Networks is prepared to meet the exploding demand for Linux-based networking solutions by introducing products such as Eiconcard Connections for Linux. Eiconcard Connections for Linux with an S-Series card provide the ideal functionality necessary for the thin server / network appliance market.

Eiconcard Connections for Windows NT, 2000 & XP is a server-based router that extends the WAN capabilities of Microsoft Windows NT, 2000 & XP. By taking advantage of the versatility of the Eiconcard, branch offices can meet their needs for Internet and Intranet access, routing and remote access.

Eiconcard Connections for Windows NT, 2000 & XP includes drivers, which enable Eiconcards to work in the Windows NT, 2000, & XP environment, plus value-added software, which enhances and extends Windows functionality. For example, Lanpad permits LAN users to connect to an OSI host without the need for other software.

Why does a customer need ISO Transport? If a customer is using an application that uses ITU-standard protocols, such as X.400 Email and FTAM file transfer, then they will need ISO transport software to make the link to the X.25 network. The Eicon software offers Transport classes 0 and 2, which are common protocols used by ITU applications in the X.25 environment.