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. wrote:
>We still haven't gotten 5.1 - when should I start to worry? ;-)
>Jessie Bunker-Maxwell
>Network Access Services
>Santa Cruz Public Library
>224 Church St.
>Santa Cruz, CA 95060
>Phone: 831-420-5764
>Fax: 831-459-7936
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Hunter Goatley []
>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,

Geoff Bryant
TCPware/MultiNet/PMDF/SSH/PreciseMail Engineering
Process Software
959 Concord St.
Framingham, MA 01701 USA