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AppleTalk

AppleTalk

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I'm trying to find information on the AppleTalk protocols;
- the protocol tools available for AppleTalk
- a diagram/description of the protocol stack (in reference to the OSI model)
- what standards (preferable Australian, if any) are referenced by AppleTalk

RE: AppleTalk

Considering how long this has out there with no response, hope this helps.

The Netware CNE study guide for Core technologies has a diagram of the protocol stack with references and relationships to OSI. It speaks a little to standards; not much in the way of tools. I would imagine that, if Australia follows IEEE conventions, there should be little difference between your standards and US.

The CNE study guide is available from Novell Press.

RE: AppleTalk

You can access protocols.com for basic information on apple protocols.

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