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Open Transport, sometimes stylized as OpenTransport, was Apple Computer's standards-based networking and communications software. Debuting with Mac OS 7.5.2, it replaced MacTCP and included the AppleTalk and TCP/IP control panels and software components.[1]

Open Transport provides a foundation for flexible, high-performance network communications. These include connectivity to networks running on:

Other services supported include file sharing, printing and email. On Power Macintosh computers, Open Transport provides PowerPC-native networking.

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  1. In Mac OS, what is Open Transport?, Indiana University Information Technology Services. 2018-01-18.

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