IBM - International Technical Support Centers - Integrating X.25 Function into Systems Network Architecture Networks

First Edition (August 1986)

This publication presents a broad review of the issues involved in planning for the installation
of a wide area data network capable of handling both SNA and Non-SNA (X.25) traffic.
A new IBM product "X.25 SNA Interconnection" is introduced and its general architecture
described. This product represents a major functional enhtuicement to SNA.
The primary audience is expected to be people who perform the "strategic planning" function
within a user organization. It will also be of interest to EDP or Telecoms management people
who wish to investigate the broad issues of data network planning.
Systems Programmers will find a useful background to the product details to be found in other
publications.

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Reference Number : GG24-3052-00

Date Published : August 1986

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF (174 pages)

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH9644. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

IBM - International Technical Support Centers - Integrating X.25 Function into Systems Network Architecture Networks

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