Soft Machines Transfer (SMT) Protocol
Soft Machines' efficient and economical file transfer protocol
Soft Machines Transfer (SMT) protocol was developed to help computer dealers support their clients' systems in the field. One copy of Autolog on a dealer system enables the dealer to support all of his or her clients without buying Autolog for each client's computer!
A single license of Autolog can transfer files with a multitude of client computers. The clients don't even have to run the same operating system as the master system. The clients need the Slave program ; only the master site needs an Autolog license. It's economical.
Unlike more primitive file transfer protocols, such as X/Y/ZMODEM or Kermit, SMT gives you a consistent, uniform way to send and receive files in a single session, from a single point of control.
SMT is easy to use and can be automated using Autolog's very simple scripting commands.
SMT is a proven technology used by thousands of business computer users since 1982. Now it's available for Windows, and Red Hat Linux.
Here are features of SMT using Autolog and Slave:
Last updated: April 4, 2004, by