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can I route SNA Traffic over TCP/IP ?

We have four subnets in our Network. In one Subnet we have an SNA Server. Our Router has 4 10/100 Base TX Interfaces. What can I do, that all Host in all Subnets can connect the Microsoft SNA Server?

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Re: can I route SNA Traffic over TCP/IP ?

The first question is that the SNA server

is accesible via IP or via SNA/LLC2 connections.

In the first case classical IP connections can be used.

In the second bridging is between locally connected

interfaces and DLSW between routers to ensure

LLC2 transport over IP infrastructure from remote sites.

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