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[1]AARP Apple Adress Resolution Protocol

[1]ABM Asynchronous Balanced Mode

[1]AC Access Control

[1]ACK Acknowledment

[1]ACSE Association Control Service Element

[1]ADCCP Advanced Data Communication Control Procedures

[1]ADMO Administration Management Domain

[1]ADSP AppleTalk Datastream Protocol

[1]AFI AppleTalk Filing Interface

[1]AFP AppleTalk Filing Protocol

[1]ALO At Least Once

[1]AM Amplitude Modulation

[1]AMD Advanced Micro Devices

[1]AMI Altemate Mark Inversion

[1]AMT Adress Mapping Table

[1]ANSI American National Standards Institute

[1]ANTC Advanced Networking Test Center

[1]APPC Advanced Program-to-Program Communications

[1]APPN Advanced Peer-to-Peern Networking

[1]ARM Asynchronous Response Mode

[1]ARP Adress Resolution Protocol

[1]ARPANET Advanced Research Projects Agency Network

[1]AS Application System (AS/400)

[1]ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange

[1]ASE Applied Service Element

[1]ASK Amplitude Shift Keying

[1]ASN.1 Abstract Syntax Notation One

[KC AC-1]

[1]ASP AppleTalk Session Protocol

[1]ATA Arcnet Trade Association

[1]ATM Automatic Teller Machine

[1]ATP AppleTalk Transaction Protocol

[1]AT&T American Telephone and Telegraph

[1]AUI Auxiliary Unit Interface

[1]BB&N Bolt, Beranek & Newman

[1]BER Basic Encoding Rules

[1]BOC Bell Operating Company

[1]BSC Bisync Communication

[1]BSD Berkeley Software Distribution

[1]CAD Computer-Aided Design

[1]CAM Channel Access Method

[1]CAM Computer-Aided Manufacturing

[1]CATV Community Access Television

[1]CCITT Consultive Commitee on International Telegraph and Telephone

[1]CD Compact Disc

[1]CD Carrier Detection

[1]CICS Customer Information Central System

[1]CLNP Connectionless Network Protocol

[1]CLNS Connectionless Network Services

[1]CMIP Common Management Information Protocol

[1]CMIS Common Management Information Services

[1]CMOS Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor

[1]CMOT CMIP Over TCP/IP

[1]CMS Conversational Monitor System

[1]CO Central Office

[1]CONS Connection Oriented Network Services

[1]COS Corporation for Open Systems

[KC AC-2]

[1]CPU Central Processing Unit

[1]CR Carriage Return

[1]CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check

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[1]DAP Data Access Protocol

[1]DAS Dynamically Assyned Sockets

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[1]DDCMP Digital Data Communication Message Protocol

[1]DDN Defense Department Network

[1]DDP Datagram Delivery Protocol

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[1]DHA Destination Hardware Adress

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[1]DIS Draft International Standards

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[KC AC-3]

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[1]EMA Enterprise Management Architecture

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[1]EOT End of Transmission

[1]ES End System

[1]FBE Free Buffer Enquiry

[1]FCC Federal Communications Commission

[1]FCS Frame Check Sequence

[1]FDDI Fiber Distribution Data Interchange

[1]FDM Frequency Division Multiplexing

[1]FEP Front End Processor

[1]FIN Finish Flag

[1]FM Frequency Modulation

[1]FRMR Frame Reject

[1]FS Frame Status

[1]FTAM File Transfer, Access and Management

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[1]GDS General Data Stream

[1]GHz Gigahertz

[1]GOSIP Government Open System Interconnection Profile

[1]HDLC High Level Data Link Control

[1]HP Hewlett Packard

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[KC AC-4]

[1]I/O Input/Output

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[1]IBM International Business Machines

[1]IC Integrated Circuit

[1]ICMP Internet Control Message Protocol

[1]IDG Interdialog Gap

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[1]IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

[1]IFG Interframe Gap

[1]IHL Internet Header Length

[1]ILD Injection Laser Diode

[1]IMS Information Managment System

[1]INTAP Interoperability Technology Association for Information

Processing

[1]IP Internet Protocol

[1]IPL Initial Program Load

[1]IPX Interwork Packet Exchange

[1]IR Internetwork Router

[1]IS International Standard

[1]IS Intermediate System

[1]ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network

[1]ISN Initial Sequence Number

[1]ISO International Organization for Standartization

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[1]ITI Industrial Technology Institute

[1]ITT Invitation to Transmit

[1]IWU Intermediate Working Unit

[1]kHz Kilohertz

[1]LAN Local Area Network

[1]LAP Link Access Protocol

[KC AC-5]

[1]LAPB Link Access Protocol-Balanced

[1]LAPD Link Access Protocol-Digital

[1]LAT Local Area Transport

[1]LATA Local Access and Transport Areas

[1]LED Light Emmiting Diode

[1]LLAP LocalTalk Link Access Protocol

[1]LLC Local Link Control

[1]LSL Link Support Layer

[1]LU Logical Unit

[1]MAC Media Access Control

[1]MAN Metropolian Area Network

[1]MAP Manufacturing Automation Protocol

[1]MAU Medium Attachment Unit

[1]Mbps Megabits per second

[1]MBps Megabyts per second

[1]MF More Fragments

[1]MHS Message Handling Service

[1]MHz Megahertz

[1]MIB Management Information Base

[1]MOP Maintenance Operation Protocol

[1]MOTIS Message Oriented Text Interchange System

[1]MS-DOS Microsoft Disk Operating System

[1]MSAU Multi-Station Access Unit

[1]MSG Message

[1]MTA Message Transfer Agent

[1]MTS Message Transfer System

[1]MUX Multiplexer

[1]MVS Multiple Virtual Storage

[1]NAK Nagative Acknowledgment

[KC AC-6]

[1]NAUN Nearest Active Upstream Neighbor

[1]NBP Name Binding Protocol

[1]NBS National Bureau of Standards

[1]NCP Network Control Program

[1]NCP Netware Core Protocol

[1]NCR National Cash Register

[1]NetBIOS Network Basic Input/Output System

[1]NFS Network File System

[1]NIC Network Interface Card

[1]NIC Network Information Center

[1]NID Next Identifier

[1]NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology

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[1]NSF National Science Foundation

[1]NVE Network Visible Entry

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[1]ODI Open Data Link Interface

[1]ONC Open Network Computing

[1]OS/2 Operating System/2

[1]OSI Open System Interconnection

[1]P/F Poll/Final Bit

[1]PAC Data Packet

[1]PAD Packet Assembler/Disassembler

[1]PAP Printer Access Protocol

[1]PARC Palo Alto Research Center

[KC AC-7]

[1]PC Personal Computer

[1]PCSA Personal Computer System Architecture

[1]PDN Public Data Network

[1]PDU Protocol Data Unit

[1]PEP Packet Exchange Protocol

[1]PLP Packet Level Protocol

[1]PLU Primary Logical Unit

[1]POP Point of Presence

[1]POTS Plain Old Telephone Service

[1]PRMD Private Management Domain

[1]PSH Push Flag

[1]PSK Phrase Shift Keying

[1]PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network

[1]PTT Postal Telephone and Telegraph

[1]PU Physical Unit

[1]RAM Random Access Memory

[1]PBHC Regional Bell Holding Company

[1]RD Receive Data

[1]REJ Reject

[1]RFC Request for Comment

[1]RIP Routing Information Protocol

[1]RJE Remote Job Entry

[1]RNR Receiver Not Ready

[1]ROSE Remote Operation Service Element

[1]RPC Remote Procedure Call

[1]RPL Remote Procedure Load

[1]RR Receiver Ready

[1]RS Recommended Standart

[KC AC-8]

[1]RST Reset Flag

[1]RTMP Routing Table Maintenance Protocol

[1]RTS Request to Send

[1]RTSE Reliable Transfer Service Element

[1]RZ Return to Zero

[1]SAP Service Advertising Protocol

[1]SAP Service Access Point

[1]SAS Statistically Assigned Sockets

[1]SCS SNA Character String

[1]SD Start Delimiter

[1]SDLC Synchronous Data Link Control

[1]SFD Start of Frame Delimiter

[1]SID Source Identifier

[1]SIP Service Identification Packet

[1]SLU Secondary Logical Unit

[1]SMC Standart Microsystems Corporation

[1]SMDS Switch Multimegabit Data Service

[1]SMT Station Management

[1]SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

[1]SNA System Network Architecture

[1]SNADS System Network Architecture Distributed Services

[1]SNAP Sub Network Access Protocol

[1]SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol

[1]SOH Start of Header

[1]SONET Synchrjnjus Optical Network

[1]SPP Sequenced Packet Protocol

[1]SPX Sequenced Packet Exchange

[1]SQE Signal Quality Error

[1]SQL Structured Query Language

[KC AC-9]

[1]SRI Standard Research Institute

[1]SSAP Source Service Access Point

[1]SSCP System Service Control Protocol

[1]STP Shielded Twisted Pair

[1]SYN Synchronize Flag

[1]TCP Transmittion Control Protocol

[1]TCP/IP Transmittion Control Protocol/Implement Protocol

[1]TD Transmit Data

[1]TDM Time Devision Multiplexing

[1]TFTP Trivial File Transfer Protocol

[1]TLAP Token Ring Link Access Protocol

[1]TLI Transport Layer Interface

[1]TOS Type of Service

[1]TP Twisted Pair

[1]TPDU Transport Protocol Data Unit

[1]TP[#] Transport Protocol - Class #

[1]TSO Time Sharing Option

[1]TTL Time to Live

[1]TTS Transaction Tracking System

[1]TTY Teletype

[1]TV Television

[1]UA User Account

[1]UDP User Datagram Protocol

[1]UHF Ultra High Frequency

[1]UI Unnumbered Information

[1]ULP Upper Layer Protocol

[1]URG Urgent Flag

[1]UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair

[1]VAP Value Added Process

[KC AC-10]

[1]VAX Virtual Access Extended

[1]VHF Very High Frequency

[1]VM Virtual Mashine

[1]VMS Virtual Memory System

[1]VSE Virtual Storage Extended

[1]VT Virtual Terminal

[1]VTAM Virtual Terminal Access Method

[1]WAN Wide Area Network

[1]WD Woring Document

[1]XDR External Data Representation

[1]XNS Xerox Network System

[1]XO Exactly Once

[1]ZIP Zone Information Protocol

[1]ZIT Zone Information Table

[KC AC-11]

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