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- Bandwidth [r]: In engineering, the length between two cut-off frequencies, as measured in hertz. [e]
- Computer networking application protocols [r]: Add brief definition or description
- Computer networking session protocols [r]: A communication protocol for computer to computer networking. [e]
- Internet Protocol [r]: Highly resilient protocol for messages sent across the internet, first by being broken into smaller packets (each with the endpoint address attached), then moving among many mid-points by unpredictable routes, and finally being reassembled into the original message at the endpoint. IP version 4 (IPv4) is from 1980 but lacked enough addresses for the entire world and was superseded by IP version 6 (IPv6) in 1998. [e]
- Resource Reservation Protocol [r]: An end-to-end control (i.e., signaling) protocol used to reserve bandwidth from one edge of an Internet Protocol network to the other edge [e]
- Voice over Internet Protocol [r]: A family of standards that permits carrying voice telephony over Internet Protocol networks that handle both voice and data, instead of dedicated telephony networks. [e]