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An Apple Computer network standard using Apple Computer's own networking hardware.
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LocalTalkAn earlier LAN access method from Apple that used twisted pair wires and transmitted at 230,400 bps. It ran under AppleTalk and used a daisy chain topology that could connect up to 32 devices within a distance of 1,000 feet. Third party products allowed it to hook up with bus, passive star and active star topologies. Apple's LocalTalk PC Card let a PC gain access to an AppleTalk network. See LAP.
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