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AppleTalk is a suite of network protocols introduced by [[Apple Computer]] in 1985.
 
AppleTalk is a suite of network protocols introduced by [[Apple Computer]] in 1985.
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AppleTalk is Apple’s proprietary protocol suite for Macintosh network communications. It provides a multilayer, peer-to-peer architecture that uses services built into the operating system. This gives every Macintosh networking capabilities. AppleTalk can run under any of several network operating systems, including Apple’s [[AppleShare]], Novell’s NetWare for Macintosh, and Sun Microsystems’ TOPS. AppleTalk was developed in the mid-1980s with the goal of providing a simple, portable, easy-to-use, and open networking environment. To access such a network, a user just needs to “plug in, log in, and join in.” A newer version, Phase 2, was released in 1989. This version provided some new capabilities and extended others.
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=AppleTalk Layers=
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[[File:Appletalk-diagram.png]]
    
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