RINET and RINET32 are dual IPv4/IPv6 stacks that Internet enables embedded systems running
range of terminal emulators including VT100/220/330, ANSI, SCO ANSI, IBM 3270/8/9/E,
IBM 5250/3179, D211, HP700/92, Burroughs T27/TD830/ET1100, Adds VP and Wyse50 are available.
A variety of printing options are supported, including LPD/LPR, socket/IP,
pass-thru or back printing and session bound 3287.
A number of Application Programmer Intefaces (APIs) are available for writing user programs including BSD Sockets, an FTP API and a Web server extension API for serving dynamic pages.
Main features include:
- Dual IPv4/IPv6 or single IPv4 or IPv6 stack supporting Internet standards (RFCs) for interworking with the Internet.
- Telnet terminal emulations with configurable keyboards, colour, 132 column, scripts, printing, etc.
File transfer protocol servers and clients (FTP and IND$FILE, log and read)
- Network printing (socket/IP printing, LPR/LPD and 3287
- Web servers and client (HTTP)
- Packet Driver interface for LAN operation using a wide variety of network adapters.
- Asyncronous serial support including modem operation (PPP, SLIP and CSLIP) and X.25
- Remote Console access from Java-enabled browsers,
Windows or embedded systems.
- Built in network monitoring and tracing
- Network IP routing, gateways (IPv4)
RINET is a resident (TSR)
version of the stack for 16 bit operation. RINET provides
a built-in socket print server, a transparent socket printing redirector
and RFC compliant NetBios. Terminal emulation, FTP client/server, HTTP
server and Remote console server can be run using RINET.
RINET32 is a 32 bit stack for use with a 32 bit DOS extender. The stack and applications are contained in a library to be linked with custom application programs. The freeware DJGPP development system based on GCC is used for development.