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    TCP/IP Networks

    Why LANs are always called TCP/IP networks, Yes, they use TCP/IP protocols but what are other networks that don't use TCP/IP ?

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    LAN question is already answered.
    NetBIOS was developed for networks that don't use TCP/IP.
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    Novell networks used to use IPX protocol.
    LANTastic networks used to use its own funky version of Netbios.
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