Mactcp



networking
Part of earlier versions of MacOS that provided access to TCP/IP services. Apple removed MacTCP from MacOS in revision 7.5.3 in favor of the new OpenTransport (OT) TCP/IP stack. However, MacTCP lives on as a community development effort.
See also MacPPP.
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(2000-06-25)

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