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Can an app use both protocols SNA lu 0 and SNA lu 2

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We are combining two applications into one. One application uses SNA lu 0 to communicate with a mainframe. The other uses SNA lu 2. We cannot change the protocols being used. Can the new combined application communicate using both protocols by having multiple sessions or by some other means? What other means?

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Yes. it should work. But it is to difficult to explain. Try a look at "Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Computer-Networks"
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