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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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.
With the same application interface on the TCP/IP side, this application is isolated from the legacy protocol on the line.
Legacy protocols do not have any security controls built in.
Legacy protocols have converted to IP versions and new services like Internet of Things (IoT), Air Traffic Management, and IPTV have introduced new IP protocols.
Innovation, offered by newer companies with novel ideas, coupled with enhancements of legacy protocols and formats, which allow1 live content to scale to television-sized audiences with fixed latency timing, means that 2017 should prove to be a year in which several key problems are solved.
Though representing a small fraction of requests, the legacy protocols require roughly three times the network load per transaction.
unnecessary network layers and removing legacy protocols such as spanning tree