Local Area Transport

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Local Area Transport

(protocol)
(LAT) A DEC-specific, non-routable network protocol.

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The gateway locally generates responses to the TCP/IP or LAT protocol. The protocol is regenerated at the other end, so the process is transparent to users.
Lantronix' Thin Servers support TCP/IP, IPX and LAT protocols, and run the company's own operating system based on a modified Unix kernel.
Managing one of the largest private frame relay networks in Canada, CBC now routinely allocates bandwidth among desktop radio, voice, Internet access, TCP/ IP, IPX, DECnet, Async, AppleTalk and DEC LAT protocols.