legacy protocol


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legacy protocol

Typically refers to a network protocol other than IP (TCP/IP). See legacy network.
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With the same application interface on the TCP/IP side, this application is isolated from the legacy protocol on the line.
Attachmate e-Vantage Gateways - Attachmate provides a wide range of connectivity options, enabling direct client-to-mainframe connections as well as connections via gateways when legacy protocols are still in use in the environment.
The Integrated Frame Relay feature of the BANDIT[TM] combined with its Legacy protocol support provides New Horizon with a single box network access solution.
Encore's BANDIT-III[TM] is an industrially hardened cyber security router with an integrated firewall, terminal server, serial-to-IP conversion, legacy protocol conversion and VPN functionality.
The BANDIT-3[TM] is an industrially hardened (rugged) security router with integrated firewall, terminal server, serial-to- IP converter, legacy protocol conversion and VPN functionality.
TNS' ATMLink service - broadband data transaction support that works with any ATM: dial-up, legacy protocol or Internet protocol (IP) - will support 4,200 dedicated access digital subscriber line (DSL) sites, which include hospitality, gaming and quick service restaurants (QSRs).
Segment Routing is an innovative IP routing protocol that allows the transport network to differentiate the way it delivers applications, removing legacy protocols and making network operations easier.