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legacy LANAn older local area network. It typically refers to Token Ring and FDDI, but may also refer to a slow 10 Mbps Ethernet. See legacy network.
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The problem was resolved by mapping all FAS workstations together via the legacy LAN
system eliminating the need for a new server and saving approximately $8 million of FAS funding.
The LAN Emulation group within the ATM Forum has been addressing this problem of transparent internetworking with legacy LAN
A series of Resolve dialogs allow administrator to map users, groups, and aliases to NT Servers or back to legacy LAN