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Old 17 April 2017, 16:33   #43
gulliver
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Originally Posted by grelbfarlk View Post
What about a TCP/IP stack? I have no idea what the license status of AmiTCP or it's different flavors is.
Amiga TCP/IP stacks are not great by any means. They arent worth saving IMHO.

They dont support any modern feature, and within time they will be rendered useless (no IPv6 support).

There are lots of very good open source lightweight TCP/IP stacks which could be ported and perform much better with more chance of being future proof.

I would say there is no benefit in making AmiTCP open. If you want a supported TCP/IP, just test and buy Roadshow from Olsen (be warned that it is not IP v6 compilant).
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