Internet Protocol Exchange. The Layer 3 protocol in NetWare operating system.
Internetwork Packet Exchange. IPX is a layer 3 and 4 network protocol designed for networks that use Novell® Netware®.
IPX is the name given to the set of protocols used by Novell's Netware for communication between PCs over Ethernet.
Novell NetWare's LAN communication protocol.
The protocol used by Novell NetWare to send data over a network.
Internetwork Packet Exchange, the Network and Transport layer protocol developed by Novell for its NetWare product. IPX is a routable, connection-oriented protocol similar to TCP/IP but much easier to manage and with lower communication overhead.
Internetwork Packet eXchange. A network protocol developed by Novell.
(n.) Integrated Packet Exchange for example Stratacom's Packet switch for public and private T1 and E1 networks.
Inter-network Packet Exchange is a networking protocol from Novell that connects NetWare clients and servers.
Abbreviation for Internetwork Package eXchange.
A networking protocol from Novell that interconnects networks that use Novell's NetWare clients and servers.
NetWare's native network protocol, which is responsible for addressing and routing packets to nodes on the same network or on other networks.
Transport protocol used in Novell NetWare networks. Also referred to as IPX/SPX. Windows NT implements IPX through NWLink.
Protocol developed by Novell, Inc. that allows computers to share resources in a client/server architecture. This protocol is most often implemented on corporate LANs.
NetWare's transport protocol. Lower communication overhead than IP and easier to administer. So we all abandoned it for over-complicated TCP/IP because Bill Gates didn't want anything associated with Novell.
The network layer protocol in the NetWare operating system. Its function is very similar to the IP layer in TCP/IP, as it contains a network address and allows messages to be routed to a different network (subnet). Either the application has to ensure delivery of the entire message or NetWare's SPX protocol must be used.
International Packet Exchange (Novell)
A network protocol created by Novell to address packets of data from ultimate destination and source nodes located on a LAN networked with NetWare.
Stands for "Internetwork Packet Exchange." (I didn't know "exchange" started ...
Short for Internet Protocol eXchange. A LAN protocol developed by Novell and used as the default protocol in Novell NetWare. Also used widely by game developers for LAN based gaming. Internet gaming that uses IPX will normally encapsulate the IPX packet inside a TCP/IP packet.
Internetwork Packet Exchange. A networking protocol used on Novell networks.
The heart of Novell's Ethernet network system. "Novell adapted IPX from Xerox Network System's (XNS) Internet Datagram Protocol (IDP)." (qtd. in Novell 2-1) While it was intended to be compatible with Xerox's system, IPX has evolved to the point where the two hardware systems do not understand each other. "IPX is a datagram, connectionless protocol that does not require an acknowledgment for each packet sent." (qtd. In Novell 1-3) The tasks performed by the IPX protocol are: addressing, routing, and switching packets to move individual packets from one location to another on a network. IPX also serves as a base for many other protocols to operate on top of, because IPX provides a common interface to the underlying network hardware. NetBIOS, SP, NCP, SAP and RIP are all built on top of IPX. (Novell 1-2) See also: Connectionless, Datagram, Packet, Routing, Socket Number.
The native NetWare internetworking protocol is IPX (Internetwork Packet Exchange). Like IP (Internet Protocol), IPX is an internetworking protocol that provides datagram services.
The communication protocol used by Novell networks
A protocol suite developed by Novell, Inc. and used by computer systems attached to a network running the NetWare operating system. IPX provides a best-effort delivery service and is equivalent to the IP of TCP/IP.
Internet Package Exchange
networking: Novell NetWare protocol.
see Internetwork Packet eXchange (IPX).
Internetworked Packet eXchange. Novell's protocol used by NetWare LANs. Layers of software above IPX can use IPX to deliver messages for a variety of LAN applications such as E-mail, databases, file services, and LAN printing.
Internetwork Packet Exchange. A protocol that allows the exchange of message packets on an internetwork. Used by Novell NetWare.
Internetwork Packet Exchange. Transmits connectionless communications.
Internetwork Packet Exchange. A protocol allowing communication in a NetWare network.
Protocol similar to IP developed for Novell.
Internetwork Packet eXchange, a NetWare protocol similar to IP (Internet Protocol).
Internetwork Packet Exchange Protocol. Commonly used over Novell Netware and Microsoft Windows networks.
Acronym for internetwork packet exchange.
Internetwork- Packet eXchange. A local-area network transport protocol often found in Novell's family of Net Ware network operating systems.
Internetwork Packet exchange. Novell NetWare network protocol.
Inter-network Packet Exchange. The Novell NetWare protocol that provides datagram delivery of messages.
Internetwork Packet Exchange. NetWare network layer (Layer 3) protocol used for transferring data from servers to workstations. IPX is similar to IP and XNS.
Internet Packet Exchange
Internetwork Packet Exchange. A LAN communications protocol used to move data between server and workstation programs running on different network nodes.
Novell network protocol that connects computers running NetWare
See: Internetwork Packet eXchange IR
Internetwork Packet Exchange. The Novell NetWare protocol that provides datagram delivery of messages. IPX facilitates communications between end stations on geographically dispersed LANs supporting a large range of applications and provides the network layer functions of addressing and routing to facilitate communications between a client and a NetWare server.
Internetwork Packet Exchange. A NetWare communications protocol used to route messages from one node to another. IPX packets include net-work addresses and can be routed from one network to another.
The Novell equivalent of IP. It is used to route NetWare packets between LANs. IPX does not guarantee the delivery of messages; NetWare's SPX protocol handles that task.
Network protocol used in Novell Netware, usually with SPX.
Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) is the OSI-model Network layer protocol in the IPX/SPX protocol stack.