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The Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange (IPX/SPX) was developed by Novell, Inc, for use with their networking product, NetWare IPX/SPX is a derivative of the XNS network protocol developed by the Xerox Corporation The IPX portion of IPX/SPX operates at the OSI network layer, handling the addressing of the network devices (including IP) and keeping track of the routes within the IPX network NoteLower-layer hardware devices used in networking, such as hubs, are specific to a single protocol (Ethernet, for instance) Upper-layer devices such as routers might support more than one protocol (TCP/IP and IPX/SPX, for instance) A router with this capability is called a multiprotocol router SPX operates on the OSI transport layer (like TCP) It provides for the reliability of the end-to-end communication link SPX provides guaranteed packet delivery and packet sequencing Its role in internetworking is to attempt to guarantee delivery of all routed packets IPX/SPX shares information about its services to network servers and routers by way of the Service
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Advertising Protocol (SAP) Services in an IPX network use SAP to advertise themselves and their network addresses Workstations use the information made available through SAP to obtain the network addresses of servers that offer needed services By default, SAP broadcasts the information onto the network every 60 seconds This can become a problem as the network grows and, along with it, the information in the SAP table being broadcasted NoteMicrosoft NT Workstation comes with the IPX/SPX protocol, and services that allow NT Workstation to act as a client to a Novell Server Windows NT Server has built-in support for the client, as well as gateway services for NetWare
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It seems that almost every large, well-established network has some need for Systems Network Architecture (SNA) support This is because the IBM mainframes are prevalent and still in use SNA was developed to provide networking to the terminals of older mainframes In the early days of large mainframe computing, terminals were used for specific applications Users who needed to access more than one application had to have multiple terminals in their workspace In 1974, IBM announced SNA, which defined the framework around which IBM built its data communications functions and protocols IBM took the communications out of the applications themselves and provided for shared communication functions for all applications, similar to the modularity of the OSI model The benefits are the same, achieved by putting the network definitions into a common networking application with common interfaces that all applications can use Any changes or additions can be made in one place, instead of requiring changes to every application
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