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- America at the Crossroads: Democracy, Power, and the Neoconservative Legacy : A 2006 book by Francis Fukuyama, examining the role of neoconservatism in American foreign policy, its execution by the George W. Bush Administration, and a proposed evolved political philosophy to replace it
- 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.
- Automatic Identification System : A system, aboard ships and boats, that combines marine radio transmitters and receivers, Global Navigation Satellite System receivers, and computer control into a self-organizing, mobile network in which vessels are inform nearby traffic, potential collision hazards, and navigational information
- Border Gateway Protocol : In a set of interconnected networks, the means by which different autonomous systems advertise the destinations to which they offer connectivity
- Computer networking reference models : Add brief definition or description
- Computer network : A collection of computers or digital devices ("nodes") connected by communication links.
- Computer : A machine that executes a sequence of instructions.
- Digital certificate : A means by which the user of a public key can obtain it from a central repository, with high confidence that key is correct and has not been revoked
- Forwarding plane : The part of the router architecture that decides what to do with packets arriving on an inbound interface.
- HTML : A set of tags for marking up the content of a web page into distinct sections.
- Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers : A.k.a. ICANN, the top-level international organization that directing the Domain Name System (DNS), Internet Protocol addresses, and other technical identifiers that must be unique for the proper operation of the Internet
- Internet Protocol Suite : The real-world set of networking protocols, with administrative and operational conventions, which populate the real-world working Internet
- Internet Protocol flow information export : Methods to collect and report flow (Internet Protocol) statistics for network operations and management; tends to focus on traffic among network elements while Simple Network Management Protocol and syslog look inside the network elements
- Internet Protocol version 6 : The next-generation Internet Protocol, providing (among other benefits) a vastly increased address space (128bits), which should in turn provide the ability for an end-to-end Internet and allowing new models of communication to be developed.
- Internet Protocol : 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.
- Mobile ad hoc networking : A family of mobile computing techniques in which not only the hosts move, sometimes at supersonic speed, but the routers and other devices organizing them into networks also move
- North American Network Operators Group : An informal organization of service providers, vendors and users that are responsible for the technical operation of the Internet
- North American Network Operators' Group : A cooperative forum of Internet Service Provider and other North American parties involved in the detailed engineering practices required to make the Internet operate reliably, predictably, and efficiently
- Open Shortest Path First traffic engineering extensions : A set of extensions to the OSPF version 2 (i.e., for Internet Protocol version 4) routing protocol, intended to provide information for route computation that is optimized for creating overlays of Multi-Protocol Label Switching and Generalized Multi-Protocol Label Switching paths
- Open Shortest Path First : Add brief definition or description
- Request for Comments : A Request for Comments (RFC) is one of a series of documents about the Internet, mostly technical, but some about policy issues; some become de facto Internet standards, which set the engineering specifications for the internals of the Internet, while many others languish largely or completely ignored.
- Resource Reservation Protocol : 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
- 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 policy : Add brief definition or description
- Routing protocol : Add brief definition or description
- Secure Sockets Layer : Add brief definition or description
- Self-organizing network : Add brief definition or description
- Session Initiation Protocol : Add brief definition or description
- Transaction processing : Add brief definition or description