Patrick Whittle wrote:
Can anyone answer this?
Everything is TCP/IP today, so why do you need a bridge?
Aren't bridges used for communication from one protocol to another (i.e.
TCP/IP to Novell IPX for exmpl) ?
More like Token-Ring to Ethernet Conversion. Typically Layer 2
protocols, not Layer 3 and up.
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