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The NETWORK program lists the nodes in an ANF10 or DECnet network, as
well as the known LAT servers on an ethernet. The ANF10 nodes are
listed in a format similar to the TOPS-10 NODE command. The nodes in
a DECnet network are in a format similar to the TOPS-20 "I DECNET"
command. In addition to this basic function the NETWORK program also
allows the user to select the nodes to be displayed by use of
wildcarded node names, device attributes
(TTY,LPT,CDR,RDA,CDP,PTP,MTA,PTR,MCR), or the ability of a node to be
a host. The NETWORK program can also list topology information, link
costs, and delays. The output can also be sorted by node name or
number. The output of the program can be controlled by switches to
produce a desired amount of verbosity. Error messages are given for
specified nodes that are not found in either network. Indirect
command file and SWITCH.ini support are included.
Version 3 of the NETWORK program supercedes version 2 of the NETWORK
The NETWORK program will run on version 7.01 and later TOPS-10
monitors (however it should be noted that DECnet information is only
available on 7.02 and later monitors, and LAT information is only
available on 7.03 and later monitors).
2.0 EXTERNAL CHANGES
External changes fall into two categories: functions and switches.
First the functional changes:
1. LAT terminal server information is available for typeout.
Next the new switches.
1. The /LAT switch has been added to control the listing of LAT
terminal servers. The default case is to NOT list LAT
information. The LAT typeout is not sorted.
3.0 KNOWN BUGS AND DEFICIENCIES
None at this time.
4.0 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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In addition to the file NETWORK.MAC the files SCAN.REL, HELPER.REL,
SCNMAC.UNV, MACTEN.UNV, and UUOSYM.MAC are needed. NETWOR requires
SCNMAC version 7(106) (or later) which is included with this tape. To
compile and load NETWORK type:
LOAD REL:SCAN,REL:HELPER,DSK:NETWORK<carrage return>
SSAVE NETWORK<carrage return>
Doing this will give a sharable copy of NETWORK.EXE. 5.0 INTERNAL
 Fix to work with DECnet Phase IV.
 Update copyright notice for 7.03.
 Teach how to report non-named nodes on DECnet display
33 RDH 16-Apr-85
De-PRGEND this beast. Call version 3.
34 RDH 16-Apr-85
Add LAT service junk.
35 LEO 4-Sep-85
36 WXD 3-Oct-85
Teach about DECnet endnode support.
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