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System: SCO OpenServer Enterprise System (ver. 5.05m) and VisionFS (ver. 3.10.905). Our clients currently access the Unix machine from various remote locations using modems and a terminal emulation package which allows for remote (transparent) printing of various reports. Our LAN users use Termlite for transparent print. We would like to get rid of the modems and allow our clients to access the Unix machine over the internet through our LinkSys cable modem and router (static IP). Is this possible with VisionFS and/or Termlite and if so, how do we set it up? -- ________________ Kevin F. lane 978-281-5263 [email]klanelane-company.com[/email]...

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    Default visionfs/termlite question

    System: SCO OpenServer Enterprise System (ver. 5.05m) and VisionFS (ver.
    3.10.905).



    Our clients currently access the Unix machine from various remote locations
    using modems and a terminal emulation package which allows for remote
    (transparent) printing of various reports.



    Our LAN users use Termlite for transparent print.



    We would like to get rid of the modems and allow our clients to access the
    Unix machine over the internet through our LinkSys cable modem and router
    (static IP).



    Is this possible with VisionFS and/or Termlite and if so, how do we set it
    up?


    --
    ________________
    Kevin F. lane
    978-281-5263
    [email]klanelane-company.com[/email]


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    Kevin F. Lane <klanelane-company.com> wrote:
    >System: SCO OpenServer Enterprise System (ver. 5.05m) and VisionFS (ver.
    >3.10.905).

    >Our clients currently access the Unix machine from various remote locations
    >using modems and a terminal emulation package which allows for remote
    >(transparent) printing of various reports.

    >Our LAN users use Termlite for transparent print.

    >We would like to get rid of the modems and allow our clients to access the
    >Unix machine over the internet through our LinkSys cable modem and router
    >(static IP).

    >Is this possible with VisionFS and/or Termlite and if so, how do we set it
    >up?

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