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IPX/SPX vs. TCP/IP

2 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 1998-05-13 10:51:03.0Z
Marty Phee Intlsc Posted on 1998-05-12 15:37:28.0Z
From: "Marty Phee Intlsc" <mphee@intlsc.com>
Subject: IPX/SPX vs. TCP/IP
Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 10:37:28 -0500
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Does anyone know the pros or cons of going to TCP/IP instead of using
IPX/SPX?


Marty


Chris Steains Posted on 1998-05-13 10:51:03.0Z
Subject: Re: IPX/SPX vs. TCP/IP
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In article <UU9yPJbf9GA.196@forums.powersoft.com>, mphee@intlsc.com
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>Does anyone know the pros or cons of going to TCP/IP instead of using
>IPX/SPX?
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>Marty
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Marty

We use both protocols - IPX on the LAN and TCP/IP on WAN connections.
We've found IPX to work fine on LAN-based connections but it's pretty bad on
WAN connections, hence why we have used TCP/IP in these cases.

Chris Steains
cls@intravel.com.au