Internet Packet exchange/ sequential or IPX/SPX

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Does Internet Packet exchange/ sequential or IPX/SPX can be use over the Internet?

If yes, how exactly it goes?

If no, why?

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Internet Packet exchange/ sequential or IPX/SPX

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Both the IPX and SPX are protocols of a network. Both are also used for server/ client applications and programs and offers association-oriented services linking two nodes on the network.

The IPX network address is as similar to that of the IP address’ network part.

The IPX is not measurable for the internet since Allowing NetWare clients and servers to correspond over pure TCP/IP networks because of complex operation, because of the tunneling overhead with important failure in performance, their usage diminished as the rumble of the internet made TCP/IP universal.

Networks, as well as computers, can run many network protocols at a time, thus more or less all the IPX sites for internet connectivity allow the TCP/IP Protocol.

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Internet Packet exchange/ sequential or IPX/SPX

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IPX is the acronym used for Internetwork Packet Exchange. It is the OSI-model network layer protocol used in the IPX / SPX protocol stack. It became a popular internetworking protocol because of NetWare’s popularity in the late 80s up to mid 90s which was developed by Novell, Inc.

IPX did not expand enough for use on large networks like the internet that’s why its usage declined while the internet almost made the use of TCP/IP universal.

Networks and computers can run numerous network protocols; that’s why nearly all websites that use IPX need to run TCP/IP too to permit internet connectivity. In IPX, logical networks are allocated with a unique 32-bit address ranging from 0x1 to 0xFFFFFFFE in hexadecimal.

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