Commonly referred to as “NWLink,” a Windows NT networking protocol that is Microsoft’s version of IPX/SPX, the protocol used in Novell NetWare. NWLink is a 32-bit networking protocol for Windows NT. It is primarily used when:
NWLink includes the following features:
If a Windows NT server or client with NWLink installed is unable to communicate with NetWare clients or servers, check the properties of NWLink to make sure you are using the same frame type as the machines running NetWare. You must also configure network numbers when using NWLink.