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Media Expansion Port
Network Interface Card
A repeater is manageable if it contains an SNMP agent
and there is a data communications path to that agent.
Describes an agent's configuration flexibility, diagnostic
ability, and information that can be reported to a
network management station.
Created by plugging an optional Alternate Media
Connector into the 16-port repeater. The MEP (the 17th
port) provides an AUI, BNC, or fiber connection.
See Media Expansion Port.
See Management Information Base.
A cord containing four twisted pairs of wires, with a
modular plug on one or both ends.
The component that provides connectivity ports for the
LAN. Modules are installed in larger systems, called
A card that plugs into a device and allows it to be
connected to a network.
See Network Interface Card.
Novell's NetWare Management System (NMS) is an
integrated network management system that provides a
platform for managing a multivendor, heterogeneous
network environment. NMS can autodiscover network
services by monitoring transmitted SAP IDs. The 8-port
and 16-port repeaters will advertise that they have an
HMI driver and repeater services
A device that is attached to a network and communicates
by means of the network. Any network station
The electrical disconnecting of a node from a LAN at its
point of connection to a repeater. The node remains
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