(n.) Novell's proprietary version of TCP.
Sequenced Packet Exchange. Reliable, connection-oriented protocol that supplements the datagram service provided by network layer (Layer 3) protocols. Novell derived this commonly used NetWare transport protocol from the SPP of the XNS protocol suite.
Sequenced Packet Exchange. A common protocol used on Novell networks.
Sequenced Packet Exchange. Connection oriented 4° layer protocol. It supplements IPX in Netware network.
Stands for Sequenced Packet Exchange, a network protocol known for high performance and acceptance among many major network management systems, in particular, Novell Advanced NetWare.
See Sequenced Packet Exchange (SPX).
Sequenced Packet Exchange; a protocol within IPXODI that verifies that data has been successfully sent across the network.
Sequenced packet exchange. Novell NetWare protocol set implemented over IPX to form a transport layer interface.
See Sequential Packet Exchange
Sequenced Packet Exchange.A Novell NetWare communications protocol used to transmit messages reliably over a network.
Sequential Packet exchange. Novell's implementation of SPP (Sequential Packet Protocol).
(Sequenced Packet Exchange). A communications protocol developed by Novell for use with NetWare used to control the transport of messages across a network. Also see NOS Protocol
Sequenced Packet eXchange. A network protocol from Novell.
Sequenced packet exchange protocol. This protocol provides a method for two workstations or applications to communicate across the network. SPX works with IPX to deliver the messages. However, SPX guarantees the delivery of the messages and maintains the order of messages on the packet stream.
(Sequenced Packet Exchange). A proprietary Novell network protocol used in conjunction with IPX.
The NetWare communications protocol used for interprocess communications. It guarantees that an entire message arrives intact and uses the NetWare IPX protocols as its delivery mechanism.