Using TPNS as a Tool for Prototyping Software
This white paper explains how to use TPNS prototypes to test software and hardware modules when connecting links are not available. The paper includes generic TPNS programs that prototype terminal and host software to test a Shared ATM network. It is reprinted and approved for electronic distribution with the permission of Melvyn Feuerman.
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White Paper: Using TPNS as a Tool for Prototyping Software
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