This is a discussion on RE: MultiNet V5.1 has shipped - VMS ; Yes, most customers should have received their kit by now, so if you haven't it is a good idea to check with your support channel. Your email was forwarded to the appropriate folks and it should be taken care of. ...
Yes, most customers should have received their kit by now, so if you haven't it
is a good idea to check with your support channel.
Your email was forwarded to the appropriate folks and it should be taken care
>We still haven't gotten 5.1 - when should I start to worry? ;-)
>Network Access Services
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>From: Hunter Goatley [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 12:57 PM
>Subject: MultiNet V5.1 has shipped
>MultiNet V5.1 CDs were shipped out last week to all MultiNet customers
>with maintenance agreements.
>MultiNet V5.1 includes the following:
>o OpenVMS I64 support
>o An SSH upgrade that includes these changes:
> - SSH server and client code has been compiled from an unaltered
> source which is FIPs 140-2 Level 2 compliant
> - SSH-CERTVIEW utility - this tool can be used for viewing and
> validating certificate details
> - SSHKEYGEN key format conversion from OpenSSH to SSH2
> - Client-side "ConnectionTimeout" configuration option - this is used
> to specify how long it should take to timeout if a client can't
> connect to the server. Server-side "SessionRestricted" keyword
> determines what kinds of sessions can be allowed for a specific
> set of users
>o Numerous bug fixes
>Hunter Goatley, Process Software, http://www.process.com/
Geoff Bryant email@example.com
Process Software http://www.process.com/
959 Concord St.
Framingham, MA 01701 USA