EtherTalk


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EtherTalk

(networking)
An Apple Computer network standard used to extend an AppleTalk network across an Ethernet network.

Compare LocalTalk.

EtherTalk

Macintosh software from Apple that accompanies its Ethernet Interface NB Card and adapts the Mac to Ethernet networks.
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And it supports IPX/SPX, TCP/IP, NetBEUI and Ethertalk network protocols, in any combination, depending on an organization's specific network communications needs.
NOTE: Apple, the Apple logo, LaserWriter, EtherTalk and LocalTalk are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
All three Color StyleWriter printers and the StyleWriter Ethertalk Adapter II are expected to be available through Apple authorized resellers worldwide; pricing and availability may vary per region.
Simultaneous multiprotocol support for IBM SNA, NetWare, more than 20 UNIX systems, LAN Server, Windows NT, Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95, LAN Manager, and Apple EtherTalk.
Both DocuPress models, in addition to supporting Ethertalk Phase
Windows 95 (TCP/IP or NetBEUI) Windows NT (TCP/IP or NetBEUI) Novell NetWare (NDS or Bindery) UNIX platforms (Psfilter, LPD, or Direct Socket Interface) Apple EtherTalk (PostScript or non-PostScript printers) Internet printing using Internet e-mail (SMTP and POP3) SNMP manageable
Oberlin's new network supports a significant number of additional applications and protocols including TCP/IP, IPX, EtherTalk (AppleTalk) and NetBIOS, making it much easier for users to access information and interact with one another.
Depending on an organization's specific network communication needs, NetSpot offers multiple protocol support, including SPX/IPX, TCP/IP, NetBEUI, Ethertalk, and SNMP.