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Using AppleTalk

The default network protocol in Mac OS X is TCP/IP. AppleTalk is disabled by default, but may be enabled to support AppleTalk printers on an AppleTalk network. While AppleTalk was used extensively in Mac OS 9 and earlier, TCP/IP is preferred in Mac OS X because it is nonproprietary and works well with other platforms. However, TCP/IP and AppleTalk are not exclusive and can be active at the same time.

NOTE

AppleTalk can be enabled on only one port at a time. If you enable AppleTalk on a second port, AppleTalk will be automatically disabled on the first port.



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