Kermit, a file transfer protocol
This authoritative, all-in-one introduction, manual, and complete reference shows readers - at all levels of technical expertise - how to use Kermit to transfer diverse data between different computer systems and data communications environments. Using tutorials, case studies, and examples of actual Kermit codes, it provides instructions for basic use and a detailed description of the Kermit protocols: * File management through protocols * Command referencing and extended features * Telecommunications protocols
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Figure 21 Two Computers Two Kermit Programs
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allow arrive ASCII ASCII character asynchronous baud rate binary files block check block check type bytes cable called carriage return char checksum communication line connector control characters control prefix Control-Z data communication data field data packet decode DECSYSTEM-20 default device DIAL disk display duplex EBCDIC eighth-bit prefixing encoding end-of-file error escape back file sender file system file transfer filename filespec flow control format full-duplex function half-duplex handshake host IBM mainframe Kermit commands Kermit packet Kermit program Kermit protocol Kermit server layer length long packets microcomputer mode MS-DOS normal operating system options output packet number packet type parameters printable remote Kermit remote system retransmit retry screen sequence number serial port SET commands SET PARITY signals sliding window specified switch Table terminal emulation text files transaction translation transmission transmit UART UNIX XOFF XON/XOFF zero