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ALSO CALLED: APPN
DEFINITION: Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN), part of IBM's Systems Network Architecture ( SNA ), is a group of protocols for setting up or configuring program-to-program communication within an IBM SNA network. Using APPN, a group of computers can be automatically configured by one of the computers acting as a network controller so that peer programs in various computers will be able to communicate with  … 
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ADVANCED PEER-TO-PEER NETWORKING DEFINITION (continued): …  other using specified network routing.APPN features include:Better distributed network control; because the organization is peer-to-peer rather than solely hierarchical, terminal failures can be isolatedDynamic peer-to-peer exchange of information about network topology , which enables easier connections, reconfigurations, and routingDynamic definition of available network resourcesAutomation of resource registration and directory lookupFlexibility, which allows APPN to be used in any type of network topologyHow Dynamic Configuration WorksAPPN works with Advanced Program-to-Program Communication … 
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