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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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