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Internetworking Technologies Handbook, Fourth Edition by Cisco Systems, Inc.

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Chapter 43. IBM Systems Network Architecture Routing

Objectives

  • Describe Class of Service, what it is, and how to use it.

  • Describe how to use subareas to break up the network.

  • Describe how peer-to-peer routing works.

  • Describe types of PtP routing.

Background

IBM's networking architecture has evolved considerably as computing in general has evolved away from domination by centralized computing solutions to peer-based computing. Today, IBM Systems Network Architecture (SNA) routing involves two separate kinds of environments, although a number of key concepts are central to all SNA routing situations. This chapter addresses functions and services that make both SNA subarea routing and Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) routing possible. Topics covered ...

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