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Subject:Re: SAP From:Margaret Packman <mpackman -at- CISCO -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 25 Jun 1996 09:26:05 -0700
I think Chris is referring to "Service Advertising Protocol". It's a Novell
NetWare term that applies to the way LAN and WAN ports are "discovered" by
the network. I've written a little about it for a product that included a
SAP filtering feature that lets the network manager control which IPX
services are visible on which LAN segments.
Probably the best place to look for the info would be in a NetWare
Chris, I'd be happy to give you what I have, but my material is mostly in
reference to installing and using the filter.
At 7:21 PM 6/24/96, Chris Tonjes wrote:
>What is SAP?
>Has anyone written documentation for an SAP project?
>Thanks in advance for answering
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