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Chapter 25. Networking Mix and Match > Internetworking with OS/2

Internetworking with OS/2

IBM's OS/2 operating system uses the same fundamental networking functions as Windows. This fact shouldn't be a surprise, as Microsoft developed the networking software used on the original IBM PC, and its relationship with IBM lasted through the release of the first few versions of OS/2. IBM's LAN Server evolved directly from Microsoft's original LAN Manager product, whose name still appears here and there in Windows 2000. You'll see the letters LM and the phrase LanMan used in some Windows networking components.

Internetworking with OS/2 is quite transparent. Just be sure of two things:


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