Apple IP Gateway Info (A)

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Apple IP Gateway Info (A)

Post by Info-Mac » May 22nd, 1997, 9:00 am

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The following should answer your questions about the Apple IP Gateway. The
following is taken from the Apple IP Gateway Press Release.
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The Apple IP Gateway builds on Apple's recent announcement to include MacTCP=
in
its System 7.5 operating system. MacTCP client software allows Macintosh=AE
computers on IP networks to communicate using TCP/IP protocols. With the App=
le
IP Gateway, the MacTCP client can now be used on Macintosh computers connect=
ed
to an AppleTalk network. The Gateway acts as a translator between AppleTalk =
and
TCP/IP network protocols, allowing Macintosh computers on AppleTalk networks=
to
access IP services as if they were on the IP network.
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