Running 16-bit Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11 on top of IBM PC DOS 7.1 (AKA IBM PC DOS 2000), this i386 PC has dual network adapters, one dedicated NIC each for Internet Protocol (IP) via Microsoft TCP/IP, and DECnet via DEC Pathworks 5.1 for DOS and Windows for Workgroups. In addition to Digital's Pathworks 5.1 suite and Microsoft Networking protocols, it is loaded with nostalgic goodies, including Xitami's httpd web server, Quarterdeck's QEMM386.SYS for XMS, EMS, UMB and high memory management, Norton Utilities for DOS and Windows, Norton Desktop, PC Tools Desktop, PC Tools for DOS and Windows, MS DOS 6.22, 4DOS, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visual C++, Opera web browser, numerous audio and video players, multimedia tools, win32s 32-bit extension for Windows 3.1, classic games and more.
WXPEE2 - Windows XP Pro Operating System with IP, DECnet Pathworks-32 and AppleTalk
IBM PC DOS is MS-DOS compatible Disk Operating System for IBM PC family
of computers. PC DOS 2000 is basically PC DOS version 7.1 which is an upgrade
from PC DOS 7.0 with added year 2000 compatibility.
This server uses a packet driver and Michael B. Brutman's mTCP TCP/IP suite
for DOS (more details here) to serve web pages from http://sanyal.duckdns.org:86/index.htm