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Chapter 25. Networking Mix and Match > Internetworking Over Dial-Up and VPN Con...

Internetworking Over Dial-Up and VPN Connections

When you use a dial-up or Virtual Private Networking (VPN) connection to reach a remote network with non-Windows servers, you must be sure that the remote servers'protocols are carried over the connection. In this section, I'll refer to dial-up connections, but whatever I say applies to VPN connections as well.

The AppleTalk protocol is not transmitted over a dial-up connection. You can reach Macintosh file servers only if the remote network uses the file and print services for Macintosh gateway service on a Windows 2000 or NT server.


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