from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A system of interconnections within a communications system that allows the components to communicate directly with each other.
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- n. The abstraction of a sequence.
- n. A portion of a network which shares a network address in which each component is identified by a subnet number.
- v. To break a network into subnets.
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If you have a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, then your subnet is the first three sets of numbers and the network address is the last number.
Virtual Private Cloud, which enables an enterprise to segment access to a portion of Amazon's cloud with access control and security enforcements (such as subnet, encrypted VPN).
The next one is a test subnet, which is isolated from the random traffic of the development area but looser than the production area, "Miller said.
There is potentially one more step, and that happens when the Mathematica installation you interact with is on a different subnet from your gridMathematica Servers.
In that case, you tell Mathematica the name of just one computer on the other subnet, and Mathematica pulls in the names of all the others automatically.
However, that method applied to 10 routers in a row means having a separate subnet for each upward route, and each lower route as you approach the destination.
NetSetMan creates profiles for different networks including variables like: IP address, subnet mask, DNS server, workgroup and domain, default printer and so on.
I felt that the best solution would be to use WDS and essentially bridge our networks, putting them on the same subnet.
Analog can deliver content so we could use old TV spectrum as CB radio subnet using cheap wifi gear.
Since a lot of my servers are all on the same subnet, sometimes that can be unsatisfying.