1. A collection of H.323 terminals - gateways - and MCUs that are managed by a single H.323 gatekeeper.
2. In LDAP naming conventions - the name of an object.
3. A Session layer call signaling protocol defined as part of ITU's H.323 multiservice network architecture. It is responsible for call or videoconference setup between nodes on a VoIP or video-over-IP network - indicating node status - requesting addit
4. An attribute of an object that identifies the object separately from its related container(s) and domain.
5. The exchange of information between the components of a network or system for the purposes of establishing - monitoring - or releasing connections as well as controlling system operations.
6. A streaming video - either on demand or live - that is delivered via the Web.
7. A customizable - graphical network management interface introduced with Windows Server 2003 and incorporated in Window Server 2008's Server Manager.
8. An access point that provides routing functions.
9. A protocol that enables one system to access files on another system.
10. A proprietary NOS from Apple Computer that is based on a version of UNIX.
11. In Microsoft terminology - a group of interconnected computers that share each others' resources without relying on a central file server.
12. A proprietary implementation of the UNIX operating system by Sun Microsystems.
13. A service in which television signals from broadcast or cable networks travel over packet-switched networks.
14. The geographical area in which signals issued from an antenna or wireless system can be consistently and accurately received.
15. A part of the organizational structure of an operating system's directory that contains objects or other organizational units.
16. In IEEE terminology - the identifier for a BSS (basic service set).
17. A representation of a thing or person associated with the network that belongs in the NOS directory.
18. The GUI environment for UNIX and Linux systems.
19. A logical representation of multiple - hierarchical levels in a directory.
20. A LAN that uses wireless connections for some or all of its transmissions.
21. The method for organizing and managing objects associated with the network in the Windows Server 2003 and Server 2008 NOSs.
22. A portion of the kernel that you can load and unload to add or remove functionality on a running UNIX or Linux system.
23. A client or server operating system originally developed by researchers at AT&T Bell Laboratories in 1969.
24. A protocol for communications and resource access between systems - such as clients and servers.
25. In SIP terminology - end-user devices such as workstations - PDAs - cell phones - or IP telephones. It initiates a SIP connection.
26. Any implementation of UNIX for which the source code is either unavailable or available only by purchasing a licensed copy from Novell (costing as much as millions of dollars).
27. A type of software license that - for a fixed price - allows any number of users in one location to legally access a program.
28. The provision of telephone service over a packet-switched network running the TCP/IP protocol suite.
29. In the DiffServ QoS technique - a forwarding specification that allows routers to assign data streams one of several prioritization levels.
30. A service in which a video stored as an encoded file is delivered to a viewer upon his request.
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