node name

node name

A unique name used to identify a workstation, file server, or PC to a server.
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The current name of the node is Rokietnica Rokietnica Poznan and the current node name is Swadzim Poznan PodgErne Turnovo.
7 40 Analysis (T Section) Table 11 Relational list for the exemplary course Related Related Sub-Node Sub-node Relation Sub-Node Sub-node Relation C D And E F, G And A H, I, J And L K And L O C K B A, E M N O P A M, O E M Table 12 List of selected sub-nodes Node Number Node Name Selected Sub-nodes 1 Material Properties A, B, E, F, G, H, I, J 2 Basic Specifications C, D, K, L 3 Beam Strength Analysis (Rectangle M, N Section) 4 Beam Strength Analysis (T Section) O, P
Software-based zoning may use the switch-based Simple Name Server (SNS), which defines zone members using the World Wide Node Name and World Wide Port Name.
For IPX networks, ATMman identifies IPX servers by node name and service offering by decoding IPX SAP (Service Advertisement Protocol) broadcasts.
In the summary window, users have the option of customizing the source and destination address field to show in hardware, network address or node name format, and to display delta time in micro-second resolution.
And, if the server being mirrored ever fails, the Octopus ASO capability included with the InterSite product will let the secondary server assume the node name and IP address of the primary server, taking over its functions with virtually no downtime.
For example, the new feature of retaining node names during copy and paste operations has been made more intelligent by detecting whether a node of the same name already exists, and then adapting predictability and reliability of our software tools are hallmarks of MultiGen-Paradigm and enhancing these qualities for high-production user environments is our top priority.
Since the author structures the tree branches and supplies the data for the node names, TreeView offers great flexibility in the presentation of a variety of different kinds of hierarchical data.
This includes intelligent data collection based on thresholds, automatic conversion of Ethernet Mac addresses to meaningful node names, and automatic discovery of SNMP agents supporting the RMON MIB.
In addition, the software features NIS+ (Network Information Service) to consolidate and share password configuration data and DNS (Domain Name Service) to automatically translate network node names into Internet Protocol addresses.
Easy-to-use setup and storage facilities allow technicians to create their own hierarchical views of connection and node statistics, and node discovery capabilities automatically update all views with network and MAC addresses, as well as node names (DNS address and domain).