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20 Cards in this Set

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a logical process of combining bits.
An IP addressing and subnetting method in which network and host information is manipulated without adhering to the limitations imposed by traditional network class distinctions.
Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR)-
the gateway that first interprets a devices outbound requests, and then interprets its inbound requests to and from other subnets.
Default Gateway
The language that defines formatting standards for Web documents
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML
a mail retrieval protocol that improves on the shortcomings of POP.
Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP
A network or part of a network that uses browser-based services to exchange information within an enterprise.
A standard for encoding and interpreting binary files, images, video, and non-ASCII character sets within an e-mail message.
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME)-
A technique in which IP addresses used on a private network are assigned a public IP address by gateway when accessing a public network.
Network Address Translation (NAT
A TCP/IP troubleshooting utility that provides information about NetBIOS names and their addresses.
TCP/IP troubleshooting utility that displays statistics and the state of current TCP/IP connections.
A TCP/IP utility that allows you to look up the DNS host name of a network node by specifying the IP address, or vice versa.
A telephone switch used to connect calls within a private organization
Public Branch Exchange (PBX)-
An application layer protocol used to retrieve messages from a mail server.
Post Office Protocol (POP
The application layer TCP/IP subprotocol responsible for moving messages from one e-mail server to another.
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)-
A type of subnet that is created using bits that normally would be reserved for network class information
A 32 bit number that, when combined with a devices IP address indicates the kind of supernet to which the device belongs.
Supernet Mask-
A cost savings benefit that results from organizations completing long distance telephone calls over their packet switched networks, thus bypassing tolls charge by common carriers on comparable PSTN calls
Toll Bypass-
A TCP/IP utitlity that uses ICMP to trace the path from one networked node to another, identifies all intermediate hops between the two nodes.
Traceroute (tracert)-
The provision telephone service over a packet switched network running the TCP/IP protocol suite.
Voice over IP (VoIP)-
The TCP/IP configuration and management utility for use with Windows 9x and Me systems.