SNA Definition

A five-level design architecture developed by IBM in 1974, SNA comprises software and hardware interfaces that permit various IBM systems and software to communicate. SNA that has grown into a seven-layer model that more closely corresponds to the OSI Reference Model, an internationally recognized open model, although the two remain incompatible. SNA includes network nodes, physical units, and logical units , defined as follows.
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