Continued Development of Internet Protocols under the IBM OS/MVS Operating System
Final technical rept.
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES OFFICE OF ACADEMIC COMPUTING
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UCLA has developed and distributed the ARPANET Control Program ACP, host software for the DoD Internet Protocols to execute on an IBM 370 under OS MVS. The central component of this network software is a subsystem called the ARPANET Control Program or ACP. The ACP supports the principal user-level protocols -- TELNET for remote login, FTP for file transfer, and SMTP for electronic mail. This report describes the features implemented at all protocol levels of the ACP Release 1.50 and presents the results of performance measurements on the code. Finally, there is a discussion of ACP facilities which will require further development.
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