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2 Standardized hierarchy of digital transmission rates for North American and ITU-T rates.
5 Protocol used to resolve an IP address from a given hardware address (e.g., an Ethernet address).
8 SNMP protocol function used by the agent in a managed device to report important events or alarms.
10 Computer language used to create, retrieve, update, and delete data from relational database and/or object-relational database management systems.
11 Server-based application that organizes information using hypermedia.
12 A computer component that handles asynchronous serial communication.
14 Trillions of bits per second.
17 Enables a computer to resume operation after encountering a problem, such as a power outage or program error.
18 How you interact with the computer.
20 Chips capable of storing and later dumping data in preparation for other uses.
25 Chips that lose whatever information they are holding if power is interrupted.
26 Designed to replace the RS-232 connection with one that can handle up to 127 devices; comes in 15 Mbps or 12 Mbps speed.
27 Specifications, guidelines, software, and tools.
29 Diagnostic, tracing, monitoring, and resource housekeeping functions.
30 Layer that is responsible for delivering information in sequence and to the correct end-user.
36 Physical topology where all devices attach to a common wiring point; alternative to Bus topology.
38 Connectionless, unreliable protocol that exchanges datagrams without acknowledgments or guaranteed delivery; requires error processing and retransmission by other protocols.
39 Used by routers connecting LANs to exchange routing table information to determine the best path through the network at any point in time.
40 Connection-oriented, reliable protocol that has end-to-end responsibility for making sure that information arrives without errors and in the correct order.
41 The most common cable used in computer networking.
42 Chips that store data that needs to be maintained constantly.
43 W3C (World Wide Web consortium)-recommended general-purpose markup language that supports a wide variety of applications.
44 Routing of voice conversations over the Internet or through any other IP-based network; also called telephone, broadband phone.
45 Allows users to access the network through dial-up modem connections.
46 Technologies that provide digital data transmission over the wires of a local telephone network.
1 Geographically dispersed network of computers.
2 SOCKS servers: specialized servers for prearranged communications through a firewall.
3 Allows a user at one computer to interact with another, as if the userís computer is directly attached to the remote computer.
4 Source that generates the message or data.
6 Instructions that tell computers how and under what circumstances to function.
7 Handles data one bit at a time traveling sequentially across a single line from one device to the next.
9 Regenerate and reshape digital pulses and allow a signal to be transmitted further than a single circuit can achieve.
13 Version of DRAM that allows for increased speed.
15 Internet service that enables open forum discussions with people all over the world through newsgroups.
16 Telecommunications in which electromagnetic waves (rather than some form of wire) carry the signal over part or all of the communication path.
17 A way to store information on disks that can be removed and used on different systems; most removable drives (also known as floppy drives) use a hard 3.5 inch disk.
19 A computer that provides services to the other workstations.
21 Application layer protocol in the TCP/IP family; provides remote network management capabilities to a network administrator; implemented with centralized management stations that collect network information from agents throughout the network.
22 Computer network used for wireless communications among computer devices (including telephones and PDAs); also known as LAWN (local area wireless network).
23 Electronic mail service that allows a user to send or receive messages.
24 Holds information until the electricity is turned off; faster and more expensive than DRAM; most computer manufacturers use SRAM for caching.
28 Individual processes within a single application.
31 Preferred method of interconnecting devices in the LAN environment; provides greater throughput at lesser cost than traditional routers.
32 Destination of the message or data.
33 Basic piece of network hardware necessary to connect one network to another; makes decisions about packet forwarding based on IP address information in the packet; directs traffic between network segments.
34 Number of bits that a processor can manipulate at a time.
35 Protocol for handling TCP though a proxy server; library of software added to an individual application for secure communication through the firewall.
36 Intelligent devices that look at the destination MAC address in a frame and decide whether it should be forwarded or filtered; work like bridges with more ports; make decisions in hardware rather than software for a faster response.
37 The physical (how the wires are laid out) and/or logical (how the wires work) arrangement of the devices on the network.
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