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- Anycasting : A technique for increasing load distribution and fault tolerance in networks with multiple copies of a read-only server function, but with the same unicast address.
- Clandestine cell system : A method for organizing a group in such a way that it can more effectively resist penetration by an opposing organization.
- Common student exercises in computer science : Add brief definition or description
- Computer network : A collection of computers or digital devices ("nodes") connected by communication links.
- Ingress filtering : A class of network security measures based on the assumption that a packet entering a network must be forged, if the network has no return route to its source address
- Internet Protocol : A protocol that is used to transmit data across an Internet Protocol Suite-compatible network, "hop-by-hop" from the source host, through intermediate routers, to the destination host
- Internet Service Provider : A business, or possibly an internal support organization, that manages connectivity among end user workstations, local area networks, servers, and the public Internet using Internet Protocol version 4, Internet Protocol version 6, or both.
- Multicasting : In networking, the transmission of a piece of information such that its destination address is recognized by multiple targets of a multicast group. Broadcasting is a special case of the multicast group, when the group contains all addresses.
- Multihoming : A wide range of techniques for providing multiple communications paths among logical or physical points in computer networks, primarily for fault tolerance but also for load distribution or traffic engineering
- Routing Policy Specification Language : An IETF-standardized description language that allows the precise specification of relationships involved in the routing policies of the global Internet
- Routing : The process of receiving a packet on one interface of a router, validating the packet and forwarding it out the appropriate interface.
- Safety of Life at Sea : International convention defining safety requirements for ships
- Sinkhole (computers) : A network element, or set of network elements, to which suspect or confirmed attacking traffic is diverted, both for protecting the production network and for planning and executing a specific defense
- Span of control : The number of individuals, and discrete tasks, that the average individual can manage
- Terrorism and U.S. Intelligence : Activities of the U.S. government to identify potential sources for the tactical use of terrorism, related to but distinct from intelligence on political insurgencies that may or may not use that tactic
- Unicasting : In computer networks, the transmission of a frame, packet, or message, which has a destination address that maps to one and only one target
- Unicast : A computer protocol message that is addressed to one and only one destination