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ADSL
 ADSL (Jones Digital Century)
  "Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) uses the plain twisted pair wiring already carrying phone service to subscribers' homes to transmit video signals and high-speed data to the home. ADSL uses adaptive digital filtering to overcome noise and other problems on the line. Initially, the telephone companies hoped to use ADSL to provide Video on Demand service in competition with cable pay-per-view and neighborhood video rental stores. But ADSL can also offer a wide range of other applications, including Internet service, work-at-home access to corporations, and interactive services, such as home shopping and home banking. In addition, ADSL could make at-home educational access affordable for consumers." (Linda Stranahan)
 Dan Kegel's ADSL Page
  A useful base for research
ATM
 ATM (ITU)
 ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) Information Sources (University of Canberra)
 ATM Academy (Fore Systems)
  a set of technical tutorials about ATM and the associated protocols.
 ATM Consortium
 ATM Dictionary
 The ATM Forum
  The ATM Forum is an international non-profit organization formed with the objective of accelerating the use of ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) products and services through a rapid convergence of interoperability specifications. In addition, the Forum promotes industry cooperation and awareness.
 ATM Glossary (ATM Forum)
 ATM Software
 ATM Vendors
 ATM/Cell Relay Acronyms
Cable Networks
 Cable Internet TV and Telephony
  In addition to offering high-speed Internet access to PCs, cable operators are also working to leverage cable modem technology to deliver Internet TV and IP telephony services
 CableLabs
  One of the primary missions of CableLabs is to assist companies in fostering the development of technologies relevant to the cable industry and to transfer knowledge of these technologies to its members.
 Hot Links to Cable Internet Resources (Cable Datacom News)
Data Communications
 Communications Related Links (Scott Parker)
 Global Enterprise Networking Directory (Data Communications)
 Global Satellite Networks - ComLinks.com
 Terms and definitions - Communications (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: access, ADPCM, asynchronous, AT command set, bandwidth, baseband transmission, baud, bisync, bit stuffing, bps, CAPI, carrier channel, circuit switching, codec, COM, communications, dark fiber, DCC, DTE, emulation, flow control, frame, full duplex, half duplex, handshaking, host, I/O, isochronous, LATA, modulate, noise, NRZI, null-modem cable, parallel, polling, protocol, remote, serial, simplex, start bit, stop bit, synchronous, TDR, telematics, terminal emulation, trunk, UART, VOP, Winsock
 Terms and definitions - Communications Standards (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: Aloha, ASN.1, AT command set, Bell 103, Bell 212A, Binary File Transfer (BFT), CCITT, communications protocol, DSVD, Group 3 protocol, Group 4 protocol, Hayes compatible, Kermit, MPLS, RS-232C, RS-422 and RS-423, RS-485, SLIP, V.22, V.22bis, V.32, V.34, V.35, V.42, V.90, Xmodem, Ymodem, Zmodem
 Terms and definitions - Data Transfer Rates (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: Cat-5, data transfer rate, Gbps, gigabit, Kbps, kilobit, LVDS, MBps, Mbps, megabit, PIO, Round Robin DNS
 Terms and definitions - Error Correction (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: checksum, CRC, error detection, even parity, Kermit, MNP, odd parity, parity, parity checking, Zmodem
 Terms and definitions - Multiplexing (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: DSLAM DWDM, FDM, Intercast, multiplex, multiplexor, PCM, TDM, TDMA, VBI, WDM
 Terms and definitions - Ports and Interfaces (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: ATA, AUX, Centronics interface, COM, Geoport, hot plugging, IDE interface, interface, parallel interface, parallel port, port, PS/2 port, RS-232C, RS-422 and RS-423, RS-485, serial port, ST-506 interface, Ultra ATA, ZV Port
Ethernet
 100VG-AnyLAN Technology
  100VG-AnyLAN uses a centrally controlled access method referred to as Demand Priority. This access method is a simple, deterministic request method that maximizes network efficiency by eliminating network collisions and token rotation delays. In addition, the demand priority protocol uses two levels of priority for each user request to guarantee support for emerging time-critical multimedia applications such as real-time video and audio for video conferencing or interactive video. 100VG-AnyLAN also offers message-frame compatibility with 802.3 Ethernet and 802.5 token ring networks. Frame compatibility allows the user to transparently leverage existing network operating systems and user software applications when migrating to a 100VG-AnyLAN network. In addition, the frame type compatibility allows 100VG-AnyLAN to connect to existing Ethernet and token ring networks via a simple bridge. 100VG-AnyLAN may also be routed to FDDI and ATM backbones, and wide area network (WAN) connections.
 Dan Kegel's Fast Ethernet Page
  A useful research resource
 Ethernet Specifications (Netsuite)
 Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) Web Site (Charles Spurgeon)
  This site provides extensive information about Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) local area network (LAN) technology, including the original 10 Megabit per second (Mbps) system, the 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet system (802.3u), and the Gigabit Ethernet system (802.3z).
 Gigabit Ethernet Technical Overview (Gigabit Ethernet Alliance)
 Terms and definitions - Ethernet (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: 100Base-T, 10Base-2, 10Base5, 10BaseT, Aloha, Cat-5, collision, collision detection, EtherLoop, Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802 standards, shared Ethernet, switched Ethernet, switching hub, terminator
Firewalls
 Compinfo Directory: Systems Security
 Firewall Industry Guide (ICSA)
  Originally, the term firewall referred to a construction technique designed to prevent the spread of fire from one room to another, which is obviously not what the Firewall Industry Guide is about! We are talking about Internetwork firewalls, also called Internet firewalls. The term network firewall is typically defined as a system or group of systems that enforces an access-control policy between two networks. It may also be defined as a mechanism used to protect a trusted network from an untrusted network [Kurtz]. Firewalls have become a security "must have" now that so many organizations are connecting their internal networks to external networks such as the Internet
 Firewall Product Overview (Catherine Fulmer.)
 Firewall Product Search Center (Computer Security Institute)
  Compare and contrast firewall products, or search for the firewall product that meets your requirements
 Firewalls FAQ
 ICSA Certified Firewall Products
  Established in 1989 as an independent corporation, ICSA has successfully led the security industry in the development of high quality security products through product certification programs and in establishing better security practices through management of multiple security-focused consortia
Frame Relay
 Frame Relay Forum
  "The Frame Relay Forum is an association of vendors, carriers, users and consultants committed to the education, promotion, and implementation of Frame Relay in accordance with international standards."
 Frame Relay Technology Resources (Motorola)
  Discusses the issues of Frame Relay and different Networks
 Frame Relay, ATM & IP Resource Center (Alliance Datacom, L.P.)
  An extensive collection of documentation to help with network hardware problems, etc.
ISDN
 Access Technologies Forum (ACTEF) (previously the Vendors' ISDN Association)
  The Access Technologies Forum (ACTEF) is a non-profit corporation and opened group chartered with the express purpose of accelerating the deployment of access technologies through rapid convergence of end user access technologies public network interoperabilty specification and industry-wide promotion of access technologies.
 Broadcast ISDN User Guide and Directory (Ian Britton)
  "This site exhaustively covers ISDN, a communications technology that is rapidly changing the way business is done over the Internet and elsewhere. There's plenty of general information to be found here, from basic explanations of what ISDN is to User Forums, industry press releases, and a host of related links. A large part of the site's focus is on broadcast technology and its use in distributing high-quality audio over ISDN networks. ISDN connections are also used in Videoconferencing, Internet access, and even for medical purposes; in these pages you'll find overviews and links covering nearly every task to which ISDN may be applied."
 Dan Kegel's ISDN Page
 Guide to Broadcast ISDN (Britton2000.com)
  This site exhaustively covers ISDN, a communications technology that is rapidly changing the way business is done over the Internet and elsewhere.
 ISDN (ITU)
 ISDN Hardware
 ISDN Info Zone (Eicon Technology )
  "The zone contains ten information filled sections on everything you need to know about ISDN"
 ISDN Primer (ACCdotCom)
  The Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDN) standard is governed by ITU-T (formerly CCITT). The standard defines a general digital telephone network specification and has been in existence since the mid 1980s. Although ISDN offers a completely different method for organizing information being transported from point to point, (that is, the use of a digital signal vs. an analog signal) one of its major strengths is its compatibility with much of the in-place international telephone/communications infrastructure. Existing switches and most in-place wiring may be used to hook up both residential and business customers. Although ISDN is designed to operate with special digital terminal equipment, 'standard' telephones and fax machines can be attached to ISDN with adapters.
 ISDN Starting Points (Boca Research)
 ISDN Vendors on the Net (Todd Owens)
  ISDN Test Equipment
 National ISDN Council
  The National ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) Council (NIC) has been formed to support the development of ISDN services that require network connectivity, compatibility and integrity on a nationwide basis, and for which uniformity of operation is necessary from the customer's viewpoint to render the service usable on an efficient basis
 The North American ISDN Users' Forum
  NIST collaborated with industry in 1988 to establish the North American ISDN Users' Forum (NIUF). A Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with industry was established in 1991 to govern the management of the forum. NIST's Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) serves as chair of the forum and hosts the NIUF Secretariat. Through support of the forum, ITL advances new uses of computer and telecommunications technology in government and industry
 The Roadmap to ISDN
LAN
 Internet Information on 100VG-AnyLAN
 LANTimes Buyers Directory
Local Area Network
 LAN, WAN Resources (Francis Leung)
Netware
 Compinfo Directory: Operating Systems
 Network Resources (Netware Connection)
 Novell - recent news
 Novell DeveloperNet®
 Novell FAQ
 Novell Resources and Netware Documentation (Internetworking Services)
 Novell Technical Support Forums (Proactive TEAM Solutions)
Network Computing technology
 NC World - Archives
 Thin Planet
  Thin Planet's future web-based community dedicated to promoting the emerging ASP industry.
Network Management Tools
 Information Technology Professional's Resource Center (Irwin Lazar)
  The ITPRC is a key site for IT professionals to enhance their technical skills, manage their careers, and exchange information with their peers.
 Network Management
  This server functions as the archive base for comp.dcom.net-management, as well as for a place to bring together references to other applications and servers. In addition, this site acts as a mirror site for applications, utilities and FAQs pertinent to Network Management.
 Network Management Resources
  The Network Management Resources Home Page has been established to provide a comprehensive link to the latest developments in network management products, technology and standards. This web page is dedicated to the LAN/WAN administrator and the quest for a proactively managed network.
 Terms and definitions - Network Management (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: audit trail, Castanet, CMIP, DMI, IS, LDCM, LMHOSTS file, MIB, MIS, network management, remote control, RMON, SMS, sniffer, SNMP, spoof, system management, systems administrator, TCO, toaster, TP monitor, Wake-on-LAN, ZAW
Network Security
 Adaptive Network Security Alliance
  Conceived by ISS, the Adaptive Network Security Alliance (ANSA) is an open, industry-wide initiative supported by over 50 industry leaders dedicated to delivering an adaptive network security framework to significantly enhance enterprise security
 Security FAQs (Internet Security Systems, Inc.)
  Includes FAQs on Securing a Network, Compromise, File Sharing, Windows NT, Security Patches and Network Packet Capture
Networks
 100VG-AnyLAN Technology
  100VG-AnyLAN uses a centrally controlled access method referred to as Demand Priority. This access method is a simple, deterministic request method that maximizes network efficiency by eliminating network collisions and token rotation delays. In addition, the demand priority protocol uses two levels of priority for each user request to guarantee support for emerging time-critical multimedia applications such as real-time video and audio for video conferencing or interactive video. 100VG-AnyLAN also offers message-frame compatibility with 802.3 Ethernet and 802.5 token ring networks. Frame compatibility allows the user to transparently leverage existing network operating systems and user software applications when migrating to a 100VG-AnyLAN network. In addition, the frame type compatibility allows 100VG-AnyLAN to connect to existing Ethernet and token ring networks via a simple bridge. 100VG-AnyLAN may also be routed to FDDI and ATM backbones, and wide area network (WAN) connections.
 Advanced Network Technologies Division, NIST
  This NIST division covers High Speed Networks, Internetworking Technologies, Mutimedia Networking and Wireless Networks
 The Broadband Guide
  Information about the Broadband industry, together with Buyers' Guides
 CDROM on a LAN - FAQ (Steven Kirby)
   Dedicated to use of CDROM products in LAN environments and problems of networking various products. No limits on types of CDROM products (indexes, databases, encyclopedias, etc.) or type of LAN product (Banyan, Novell, etc.).
 Cell Relay FAQ
 Cisco Support Forum (Proactive TEAM Solutions, L.L.C)
 Compinfo Directory: Anti-Virus Software
 Compinfo Directory: Communications Hardware
 Compinfo Directory: Network Hardware
 Compinfo Directory: PC and Network Servers
 Compinfo Directory: Power Supplies
 Compinfo Directory: Systems Management
 Computers, Networks, and Telecommunication (Ferris State University)
 Dial-Up Networking Troubleshooting Reference (Lynn Larrow)
  This is an attempt to document some common problems that you might have with your dial-up TCP/IP connection. Originally, this page was made to address using Trumpet Winsock and SLIP emulation software. The focus of this guide will now be on troubleshooting Dial-Up TCP/IP networking connections in general, which should apply to a wide range of dial-up TCP stacks, Windows 95 DUN (Dial Up Networking) and Windows NT RAS.
 Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA)
  Fibre Channel, a highly-reliable, gigabit interconnect technology allows concurrent communications among workstations, mainframes, servers, data storage systems, and other peripherals using SCSI and IP protocols. It provides interconnect systems for multiple topologies that can scale to a total system bandwidth on the order of a terabit per second. Fibre Channel delivers a new level of reliability and throughput. Switches, hubs, storage systems, storage devices, and adapters are among the products that are on the market today, providing the ability to implement a total system solution.
 Glossary of Networking Terms (ACCdotCom)
 Internetworking Software (DLR Standort Göttingen)
  Freely contributed internetworking software
 Lucent InterNetworking Systems: Resource Library (Lucent)
  " Resource Guides should be considered reference guides that inform a specific audience (either CLEC, Enterprise, Carrier or ISP) on how to implement, design or migrate to a specific application or solution. Most of the documents listed are available in PDF format and require the Acrobat PDF Viewer from Adobe."
 National Laboratory for Applied Network Research (NLANR)
  The National Laboratory for Applied Network Research (NLANR) has as its primary goal to provide technical, engineering, and traffic analysis support of NSF High Performance Connections sites and HPNSP (high-performance network service providers) such as the NSF/MCI very high performance Backbone Network Service (vBNS).
 Network Buyer's Guide - The Networking and Storage Industry Resource
  The Network Buyer's Guide provides information on the computer storage and networking industry. It features a searchable database of products, links to vendor websites, a library of white papers, press releases, online product presentations, and more
 Network Design and Research Center Links (June Cook)
  A very useful collection of explanatory references
 Network Packet Capture FAQ (Internet Security Systems, Inc.)
  Unlike telephone circuits, computer networks are shared communication channels. It is simply too expensive to dedicate local loops to the switch (hub) for each pair of communicating computers. Sharing means that computers can receive information that was intended for other machines. To observe and appropriate the information going over the network is network packet capturing.
 Network Professionals Resource Center
  "The purpose of this site is to provide you with important resources to help you better deal with the ever changing arena of networking. We've provided a number of resources here to help you get answers to resolve problems, plan for the future, as well as help in your ongoing education and career development."
 Network Reference Information (Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC))
  Covers Physical Layer (Cables, fibers, wireless), Network & Transport Layers ( ATM, Ethernet, Routing, SCI, Switches), Network Services (DNS, File systems (AFS & DCE & Netware etc.), Info retrieval tools, Management, Mail, Miscellaneous, Video, Voice, X), Security/Privacy/Decency/Freedom of Expression, Wide Area Networking (Dial-up, FTS-2000, ISPs, Telecommunications, Telecommunting), Network Information Servers
 Networking-IBM Networking Resources
 Networking Glossary (Allied Telesyn)
 Networking pages (Asbjorn Hojmark)
  Links covered include LAN, WAN management, protocols, bridging, routing, switching, security, caching , etc.
 Networking Search Engine and Resource
  The goals of the site are to unearth networking information, to disseminate networking knowledge and to determine who solved a given network problem first
 PC - Networking (An Online Service by Informatik der Technischen Universität München)
 Technology Guides for Communications & Networking Professionals (techguide.com)
  A selection of guides and briefings
 Terms and definitions - Directory Services (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: Active Directory, directory service, DSML, LDAP, NDS
 Terms and definitions - Network Protocols (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: bit stuffing, CMIP, collision detection, DLC, hub, IPX, Layer Two Forwarding, MPOA, NDIS, NRZI, protocol stack, Round Robin DNS, SAP, SDH, SMB, SNMP, SPX, SS7, xDSL
 Terms and definitions - Network Topologies (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: bus network, collapsed backbone, EtherLoop, MAC Layer, mesh, ring network, star network, token bus network, token-ring network, topology
 Terms and definitions - Networking Hardware (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: backbone, bridge, brouter, concentrator, DSLAM, FRAD, hub, JavaStation, jukebox, MAU, MTU, repeater, router, routing switch, switch, switching hub, terminator, transceiver, UTP
 Terms and definitions - Networking Software (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: application sharing, Castanet, distributed database, DSOM, mailing list server, monitor, name server, NetBIOS, NetWare, NetWare Loadable Module, network operating system, ODI, PPTP, RAS, remote control software, VTAM
 Terms and definitions - Networking Standards (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: Aloha, AppleTalk, ARCnet, ATM, CDDI, DCE, FDDI, HDLC, LMDS, LocalTalk, MPLS, OSI, SDLC, SDSL, SMDS, SNA, SONET, TOPS, X.25, X.400, X.500
 Token Ring resources (Computerworld)
 vBNS - very high performance Backbone Network Service
  The vBNS is a nationwide network that supports high-performance, high-bandwidth research applications. Launched in 1995, the vBNS is the product of a five-year cooperative agreement between MCI and the National Science Foundation. The purpose of this site is to introduce the Internet community and the public in general to the vBNS. At this site you have access to vBNS network information and statistics, a schedule of events and activities, and detailed site configuration
 Web ProForums (International Engineering Consortium)
  Web ProForums are tutorials on the most current technologies in the communications and information industry. Each tutorial is objective, comprehensive, easy to understand, and designed to be completed in one hour.
 WinSock Development Information (Bob Quinn)
  "The information here can help you with your Windows Sockets (WinSock) application development. Any WinSock developer--novice or expert--will find something useful among the sample source code, detailed reference files, and web links. Most of this material comes out of the book Windows Sockets Network Programming, which provides a detailed introduction, and complete reference to WinSock versions 1.1 and 2.0."
 The WWW Virtual Library: Networking
SNMP
 A Guide to SNMP and CMIP (Tyler Vallillee)
  "Network management is a large field that is expanding in both users and technology. On UNIX networks the network manager of choice is the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). This has gained lots of popularity and is now rapidly spreading into the field of PC networks. On the Internet, Java-based SNMP applications are becoming readily available and Java SNMP dev-kits are freely available."
 The Simple Web (University of Twente (the Netherlands))
  This server, called the "SimpleWeb", provides links and information on network management, including software, RFCs and tutorials. The focus is on SNMP and Internet management, but people interested in other management technologies will also find interesting information.
 SNMP Link - Simple Network Management Protocol Link
  " Implicit in the SNMP architectural model is a collection of network management stations and network elements. Network management stations execute management applications which monitor and control network elements. Network elements are devices such as hosts, gateways, terminal servers, and the like, which have management agents responsible for performing the network management functions requested by the network management stations. The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is used to communicate management information between the network management stations and the agents in the network elements." (RFC1157)
TCP/IP
 Winsock and TCP/IP information (Lynn Larrow)
Virtual Private Networks
 Virtual Private Network (VPN) resources (Computerworld)
 Virtual Private Networks Resource Guide (.PDF document) (Lucent InterNetworking Systems)
  The essence of a VPN is its use of the Internet as a "public data network." Sending private data traffic via the public Internet is not much different than sending internal correspondence by mail, or faxing sensitive documents through the public switched telephone network. From the user's perspective, information sent simply arrives at their appropriate destination. Users should not need to, nor do they want to, take responsibility for the intervening infrastructure. It is this need to simplify that makes VPNs such a profound opportunity for NSPs (Network Service Providers).
WAN
 LAN, WAN Resources (Francis Leung)

 

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