OpenVMS TCP/IP Experience
Since the firm's founding in 1978, Mr. Gezelter has worked with the all of
the major TCP/IP packages used on OpenVMS. His work has ranged from
standard software management and installation to extensive use of the QIO
interfaces to the protocol stack, running simultaneous network connections.
His activities have included:
installing, configuring, and managing TCP/IP services, Multinet, and TCPware
for OpenVMS (VAX and ALPHA).
architecting, designing, implementing, and maintaining applications and
middleware components utilizing TCP/IP. These applications included
multi-threaded components operating multiple, simultaneous network
connections, with all network operations AST based to ensure efficiency and
utilizing various protocol stack and other software components (e.g. MX)
to architect, design, and implement Internet firewalls and gateways.
architecting, designing, managing and maintaining Domain Name Services (DNS)
environments for both Intranet and Internet environments.
speaking on the use and management of TCP/IP and related issues
at DECUS Symposia in the United
States, Canada, Switzerland, France, and Turkey.
publishing articles (and been cited) on TCP/IP related issues in