3 edition of Networking in terminology found in the catalog.
Networking in terminology
Infoterm Symposium (2nd 1985 Vienna, Austria)
|Other titles||Travail dans le cadre d"un réseau de terminologie.|
|Statement||covened by Infoterm in co-operation with Unesco, Official Languages and Translation, Secretary of State, Canada, [and] Technical University Vienna = Travail dans le cadre d"un réseau de terminologie : coopération internationale dans le travail terminologique : actes, deuxième Symposium d"Infoterm, Vienne, 1985-04-14/17 / organisae par Infoterm en coopération avec l"Unesco, Langue Officielles et Traduction, Secrétariat d"Etat, Canada, [et] l"Université Technique, Venne. --|
|Series||Infoterm series -- 8|
|Contributions||Infoterm., Unesco., Canada. Official Languages and Translation., Technische Universität Wien.|
|LC Classifications||T9 I52 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||642 p. :|
|Number of Pages||642|
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Ethernet: Ethernet is a networking standard. Although there are other types of networks, Ethernet is by far the most common and is almost exclusively the only standard used in home networking.
You will encounter this term frequently when shopping for various network hardware, such as routers, modems, and cables. Dictionary of Internetworking Terms and Acronyms is a comprehensive reference to thousands of technical terms that networking students and professionals refer to on a daily basis.
The book is organized in dictionary fashion, with alphabetized entries and concise, to-the-point definitions.2/5(3). Something called the netmask specifies where the network part (the netid) ends and the rest (the hostid) starts. Routers use the network part of the IP address to figure out how to forward packets.
Yes, of course there's a context-specific term for packets when we're thinking about them at this level, they're called datagrams. 19 rows Networking Terminology This page on Networking terminology describes terms.
The goal of this book is to provide a basic understanding of the technical design and architecture of the Internet. The book is aimed at all audiences – even those with absolutely no prior tech- nical experience or math skills.
The Internet is an amazingly beau- tiful design and should be understood by all who use Size: 1MB. It stands for Wide Area Network and covers a wide area such as a city. LAN. It stands for Local Area Network and covers a small area such as a small office or home. It physically connects all the computers located in the premises.
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About the book. This glossary offers a complete collection of technical terms and acronyms used in the networking industry.
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We can thus replace the interface entries in the next_hopcolumn with the name of the corresponding neighbor.
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As Mbps LANs started to grow in popularity in the late s and early s, these termination blocks were used to cross-connect Category 3 UTP cabling.
The electrical characteristics (specifically, crosstalk)File Size: KB. Network Address Translation (NAT): A process performed in your access point (or separate router, if you use one) to translate, or create a tie, between your internal network’s private IP addresses and the public IP address assigned to your network by your Internet service provider (ISP).
A NAT router is a device that performs this translation and lets devices on your network. There are some terms not covered for some reason such as the types of networks, only a generic reference that if you were looking up networks you would know anyway. I hope they correct this over-sight and add more network terms but otherwise a very useful and helpful book/5(71).
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most common type of connection computers use in a local area network (SEE LAN) Ethernet Port 1. a computer port resembling a regular telephone jack, but slightly wider, used to connect a computer.
Networking Terminology. Since this chapter contains a lot of information about different networking components and their relationships, this section provides a breakdown of some of the networking terminology used here. Port:: the physical network interface on a server.
This term is used interchangeably with NIC (Network Interface Card). Indicates that this is not the first appearance of a book in print, but that this is the first appearance in a substantially different format than the true first edition.
For example, a first illustrated edition of a book, or even a first paperback release of a book originally published in hard cover. See 1st edition, thus. Terms starting with A. There were no issues with consistency. Standard industry terminology was consistent throughout the text.
Modularity rating: 5 The book makes itself available in a modular approach. An example of this may be that an instructor may decide to only discuss the data-link and network layers when covering traditional layer 2 and 3 routing and switching/5(3). Network Security Glossary.
A LIST OF FREQUENTLY USED TERMS. This glossary contains a list of terms, abbreviations, and acronyms frequently used when discussing A type of network design used by all Ethernet systems, in which all the devices are connected to .The table below lists information technology initialisms and acronyms in common and current usage.
These acronyms are used to discuss LAN, internet, WAN, routing and switching protocols, and their applicable organizations. The table contains only current, common, non-proprietary initialisms that are specific to information technology.Telecommunications Glossary/2 A Access Channels: Dedicated channels giving nondiscriminatory access to a local cable system by the public, government agencies or educational institutions.
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