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TCP/IP via SLIP

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Hi

I would like to find out whether it is possible to write a program which sends out TCP/IP packets via the SLIP protocol using Windows Sockets?

Pardon me for my ignorance. Please advise.

Thank you in advance.

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Wilson
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