What I will add though is that you may wish to consider the easy options - A VLAN or just bridge it.
I don't know what your network looks like, and where devices are that want to use appletalk. If they are on a campus type network, and only a few wish to use appletalk, consider creating a VLAN for devices that want to do appletalk. They will then just be on the same logical LAN and as far as you are concerned it should just work.
If they are remote, you could still look at bridging if you don't want to buy the software upgrade.
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