MacPPP

MacPPP

(networking)
An implementation of PPP for the Macintosh developed by Larry J. Blunk and others at Merit Network, Inc. MacPPP was revised in 1993 with the release of MacPPP 2.0.1. The latest incarnation of MacPPP is FreePPP.
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Shiva currently supports existing third-party Macintosh PPP clients such as FCR's FCRppp for AppleTalk and IP connections, and Open Transport/PPP, MacPPP and FreePPP for IP connections, as well as Apple Remote Access 1.
She even had a refinement to add: By using something called MacPPP instead of InterSLIP, I would have a better connection.
AppleTalk support: Dial-in users can now connect using PPP-based AppleTalk dialers, including MacPPP, FreePPP, and those from Apple, FCR Corporation and InterCon.
The product also includes the MacTCP and MacPPP system software required to make the Net accessible to any Macintosh.