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Short Take: Bay upgrades Instant Internet bundle

Bay Networks will release a software upgrade to its low-end Instant Internet hardware and software bundle that allows small businesses to connect to the Web over analog or leased lines, and supports Ethernet or Token Ring-based networks. Version 4.0 of the software adds support for native TCP/IP clients such as Apple Macintosh, Unix, and IBM OS/2 through support for the SOCKS protocol. Upgrade packs to the new software start at $225.

Bay Networks will release a software upgrade to its low-end Instant Internet hardware and software bundle that allows small businesses to connect to the Web over analog or leased lines, and supports Ethernet or Token Ring-based networks. Version 4.0 of the software adds support for native TCP/IP clients such as Apple Macintosh, Unix, and IBM OS/2 through support for the SOCKS protocol. Upgrade packs to the new software start at $225.