By Peter Dyson
Ultimately - transparent and understandable Definitions of the entire Networking Acronyms, phrases, and Abbreviations you want to KnowThe Dictionary of Networking is a hugely readable, authoritative advisor to the vast - and infrequently bewildering - terminology of community computing. This thoroughly up-to-date, elevated 3rd version spans all elements of networking and software program - from peer-to-peer networks to firm extensive quarter networks (WANs), the web, and internetworking - and covers each significant community working approach. subject matters include:* Certification courses* Communications* criteria* the net and intranets* LANs, MANs, WANs* cellular and instant computing* community management* Networking concept and ideas* working platforms and environments* notebook and server undefined* Protocols* safeguard* Slang* Voice and information transmissionsThis publication comprises greater than 3,000 entries. Abbreviations and acronyms are cross-referenced to their definitions, and plenty of entries contain extra cross-references to similar entries. you will find transparent, concise definitions, acronyms and abbreviations outlined in context.
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The IBM extended character set used in the PC (see Appendix C) includes mathematics symbols and characters from the PC line-drawing set. See also American Standard Code for Information Interchange; ASCII file; ASCII standard character set; double-byte character set; Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code; Unicode. ASCII file A file that contains only text characters from the ASCII character set. An ASCII file can include letters, numbers, and punctuation symbols, but does not contain any hidden text-formatting codes.
ARCNet Plus is Datapoint’s proprietary product that runs at 20Mbps. ARCNet was popular for smaller networks, because it is relatively easy to set up and to operate and also because the components are inexpensive and widely available. These days, however, it is showing its age and is no longer sold by the major vendors. See also Token Ring network. Area Border router Abbreviated ARB. In an internetwork that uses link state routing protocols such as Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocols, a router that has at least one connection to another router in a different part of the internetwork.
Bcc See blind carbon copy. BCD See binary coded decimal. beaconing In a token-ring network, the process of informing other nodes that token passing has been suspended because of a severe error condition, such as a broken cable. Communication cannot resume until the condition is resolved. See also Berkeley Software Distribution Unix; Computer Systems Research Group. benchmark A specific standard against which some aspect of computer performance can be compared. A benchmark is a test that attempts to quantify hardware, software, or system performance—usually in terms of speed, reliability, or accuracy.
Dictionary of Networking by Peter Dyson