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Apple Networks working with TCP/IP

I have a school that is 100% Macs. I am using a Cisco 2600 series router for the LAN. It is routing IP only and also running NAT internet services. My question is should appletalk routing be on in my router and also would creating multiple zones help speed up the response time from computers to servers.

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Re: Apple Networks working with TCP/IP

I assume that you are using the 2600 router to get out of the school. In that case enabling appletalk on this router is not going to help you. Of course if you manage to split your school into multiple segments with routers then running appletalk on your router might help you.

This document might help you planning for the same.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/cisintwk/ito_doc/applet.htm

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Re: Apple Networks working with TCP/IP

As "all roads lead to Rone" . All use IP. Apple Talk would be great Routering between an internetwork. Creating multiple zones, 80% internal 20% traffic leaving the segment. That way chatty segments wont flood others.

Good luck,

Phil

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