I believe FST only supports end stations connected to Token Ring networks where TCP is sort of a "catch all". TCP obviously provides for reliable delivery of frames where FST does not. TCP also offers non-disruptive rerouting around link failures where FST's rerouting process is disruptive. Bottom line: FST is more efficient than TCP but TCP is better all around if you are into reliability.
Honestly, ? and * are the only wildcards I have ever used in netbios ACL's. This doesn't mean that there aren't others but I am not familiar with any others. Hopefully that helps.
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