Windows telnet and ftp software

dspete at helix.nih.gov dspete at helix.nih.gov
Fri Nov 5 20:54:34 EST 1993

In article <9311051920.AA19760 at audrey.lmf.org>, <jim at AUDREY.LMF.ORG> writes:
> I am a Windows PC user. However I cuurently use a dos Kermit to do Telnet
> and a dos FTP. Are there any good WINDOWS software to do telnet and FTP??
> What are you using??? I had heard that early windows software for this
> purpose used a large amount of needed conventional memory (as a TSR), is this
> true now??
> Thanks in advance
> Jim


I've been using Chameleon TCP/IP from NetManage for several months now and find 
it to be a very slick package. The memory requirements are small (approx 20K) 
since it is a true Windows implementation, not a kludge built upon dos TSRs. 
The package does telnet, FTP, has a news reader, and a POP3 mail client. 
Overall very nice. The one drawback is price, about $400 for the package. It 
also includes a WinSock interface that works great with the Gopher+ client I've 
got running.


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