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Re: KISS mode I know, but HOST mode?
- To: goldstein%delni.DEC@decwrl.dec.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: KISS mode I know, but HOST mode?
- From: dolqci!sdcsvax!thumper.bellcore.com!karn@uunet (Phil R. Karn)
- Date: Fri, 29 Jan 1988 15:14:24
KISS is distinct from the PK232 "host" mode, despite the seeming confusion.
It's just the way Steve Stuart decided to do the commands. If you have
"kiss on" when you say "host on", you get a KISS TNC. If you have "kiss off"
(!) when you say "host on", you get AEA's proprietary host mode.