SPX

In this article we will discuss SPX, will make brief discussion on SPX, In last article we discuss about UDP.

IPX/SPX stands for Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange. IPX and SPX are networking protocols used initially on networks using the Novell NetWare operating systems, but became widely used on networks deploying Microsoft Windows LANS, as they replaced NetWare LANS.

Short for Sequenced Packet Exchange, a transport layer protocol (layer 4 of the OSI Model) used in Novell Netware networks. The SPX layer sits on top of the IPX layer (layer 3) and provides connection-oriented services between two nodes on the network.

Stands for “Sequenced Packet Exchange.” SPX is networking protocol primarily used by Novell Netware, but is also supported by other operating systems. SPX is the transport layer of the the IPX/SPX protocol and IPX is the network layer. Sequence Packet Exchange (SPX) SPX is a connection-based, reliable, sequenced transport protocol which provides: guaranteed packet delivery. ensuring that packets are received in order by the destination endpoint.

SPX are networking protocols used initially on networks using the Novell NetWare operating systems, but became widely used on networks deploying Microsoft Windows LANS, as they replaced NetWare LANS.

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