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On Fri, 17 Sep 2010 22:55:18 -0400 (EDT), "Carl Gehr"<email@example.com>I think I have the latest version (4.3) and it does support SSL but does not support TLS like the windows version (which is what I need).
Yes, there is a very good TN3270 package, Personal Communications
[PCom], that IBM provide(d). As far as the 3270 emulation, it is all I
need. Unfortunately, IBM has imposed an SSL requirement for certain
functions that the PCom that runs on OS/2-eCS does not support. The
Windoze version has been enhanced to support SSL.
I'm also using Personal Communications/2. I'm trying to get IBM's last revision
for OS/2 (never released), but I don't know if SSL was added to that version.
However, there's a chance that OpenSSL could transport the data if the 3270
emulation session was configured for it.
Rather than SSL, my site is using the Cisco VPN, equally unsupported by eCS.
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