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Network Equipment Type
           
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   Hub       Network hubs provide a central location for attaching wires to workstations. They can be passive or active. Passive hubs do not amplify signals. Active hubs are used like repeaters to extend the cable that connects to a workstation. 
   Switch       Network switches connect network devices to host computers. They allow a large number of devices to share a limited number of ports. Network switches are used both in computer networks and in telecommunications networks. Ethernet LAN switches use variable-sized packets or frames. ATM switches use small, fixed-sized cells for telecom applications. 
   Router       Network routers are protocol-dependent devices that connect sub-networks. Although they can separate a very large network into smaller sub-networks, routers introduce longer delays and typically have much lower throughput rates than network bridges. Routers operate at the Layer 3 network layer. 
   Repeater       Network repeaters are 802.3 network cable segments. Regeneration and retiming ensure that the signal is transmitted clearly through all segments. 
   Bridge       Network bridges interconnect local or remote networks. They centralize network administration by forming a single logical network. Bridges operate at the physical and link layers of the open systems interconnection (OSI) reference model. 
   Gateway       Network gateways are devices that can interconnect networks with different, incompatible communications protocols. They perform a Layer-7 protocol-conversion to translate one set of protocols into another (for example, from TCP/IP to SNA or from TCP/IP to X.25). Gateways operate at OSI layers up through the session layer. 
   Multiplexer       Network multiplexers are telecommunications devices that funnel multiple signals onto a single channel. 
   Transceiver       Network transceivers (transmitters-receivers) are devices that both transmit and receive analog or digital signals. 
   Firewall       Network firewalls are a system or group of systems that, for purposes of security, enforce an access control policy between an organization's network and the Internet. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary network equipment types. 
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   Area Network Type       
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   LAN Capable       Devices are able to transmit over short distances for local area networks (LAN), the most common network type. 
   MAN Capable       Devices are able to transmit over long distances for metropolitan area networks (MAN). 
   WAN Capable       Devices are able to transmit over long distances for wide area networks (WAN). 
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Form Factor
           
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   Chip       The network equipment is a chip. 
   Board       The network equipment is a board or card. 
   Module       The network equipment is stand-alone and enclosed. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary form factors. 
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Ports / Interfaces
           
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   AUI       AUI is the IEEE 802.3 standard name for the cable connecting an Ethernet transceiver (MAU) to a networked device. AUI cables are equipped with a 15-pin connector which mates with a 15-pin connector on the networked device. 
   BNC       Bayonet Neil-Concelman (BNC) connectors were designed for military applications, but are used widely in video and RF applications to 2 GHz. BNC connectors have a slotted outer conductor and a plastic dielectric that causes increasing losses at higher frequencies. BNC connectors are usable above 4 GHz as long as the slots radiate signals; however, these devices may not be mechanically stable to 10 GHz. Both 50Ω and 75Ω BNC connectors are available. BNC connectors are also known as bayonet navy connectors or baby Neil connectors. 
   FireWire® (IEEE 1394)       FireWire® is a cross-platform implementation of the high-speed serial data bus, defined by IEEE 1394, that can move large amounts of data between computers and peripheral devices. It features simplified cabling, hot swapping, and transfer speeds of up to 400 Mbps. FireWire speeds the movement of multimedia data and large files. It also enables the direct connection of digital consumer products such as digital camcorders, digital videotapes, digital videodisks, set-top boxes, and music systems to personal computers (PC). FireWire is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. 
   GBIC       Gigabit interface converter (GBIC) is a physical component that manages the functions of the FC-0 layer, which determines the physical characteristic of the media and interface, including drivers, transceivers, connectors, and cables. 
   MIC       Medium interface connectors (MIC) are duplex, fiber optic connectors used with fiber distributed data interface (FDDI) networks. 
   RJ-45       Registered Jack 45 (RJ-45) connectors resemble standard telephone connectors, but are twice as wide with eight wires. RJ-45s can be used to connect computers to LANs and with phones with many lines. 
   SC       Subscription channel (SC) connectors are fiber optic connectors with a 2.5 mm ferrule and push-pull latching mechanism. They can be snapped together to form duplex and multi-fiber connectors. The TIA / EIA 568-A standard recommends SC connectors for structured cabling. SC connectors are also used with Ethernet 100Base-FX and 1000Base-LX/SX fiber optic media systems. 
   Serial       Serial port or asynchronous serial interfaces are system-to-system communication interfaces in which data is sent over a single wire (serial). Serial communications include RS232, RS422, and RS485, etc. 
   ST       Straight tip (ST) connectors use a physically-contacting, non-rotating 2.5-mm ferrule design and bayonet connector-to-adapter mating. They are used with FDDI cabling applications and 10Base-FL and fiber optic inter-repeater (FIOR) links. 
   ISDN BRI S/T       The ISDN BRI S/T interface is used with ISDN networks.  
   ISDN BRI U       ISDN devices must have a terminator (NT1 terminator) between the ISDN device and the wall jack. The U interface connects NT1-terminated ISDN devices to the telephone company's ISDN wall jack. Many ISDN devices have a U interface for direction connection to the wall jack. 
   USB       Universal serial bus (USB) is a 4-wire, 12-Mbps serial bus for low-to-medium speed peripheral device connections to personal computers (PC), including keyboards, mice, modems, printers, joysticks, audio functions, monitor controls, etc. The USB design is standardized by the USB Implementers Forum (USBIF), an organization that includes leading companies from the computer and electronics industries. The current USB specification is USB 2.0, which supports data transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps. 
   T1       T1 is a dedicated phone connection which supports data rates of 1.544 Mbps. T1 lines have 24 channels, each of which supports 64 Kbps and can be configured to carry voice or data. Many common carriers allow customers to buy individual channels as fractional T1 (FT1).  
   Fractional T1 (FT1)       Fractional T1 (FT1) uses some, but not all of the 24 channels in a T1 line.  
   E1       E1 is the European version of a T1 line. It has 32 channels and carries data at 2 Mbps. 
   Fractional E1 (FE1)       Fractional E1 (FE1) is an E1 line that uses some, but not all of the channels in a full E1 line. 
   T3       T3 is a dedicated phone connection which supports rates of 44 Mbps. A T3 line has 672 channels, each of which supports 64 kbps. 
   E3       E3 is the European version of a T2 line. E3 is a long-distance, point-to-point communications circuit service that operates at 44 Mbps and can carry 672 channels of 64 kbps. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary port types. 
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   Number of Ports       The total number of ports which the network equipment provides. 
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Performance
   Data Rate       The maximum data transfer speed. 
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   Operating Temperature       The operating temperature range of the network equipment. 
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   Users       The number of users for which network equipment is designed. 
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   Concurrent Connections       The number of concurrent connections that devices can support.  This is also known as concurrent sessions or concurrent users. 
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   MAC Addresses       The total number of media access control (MAC) addresses the network equipment can store. 
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Features
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   RoHS       Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is a European Union (EU) directive that requires all manufacturers of electronic and electrical equipment sold in Europe to demonstrate that their products contain only minimal levels of the following hazardous substances: lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl, and polybrominated diphenyl ether. RoHS will become effective on July 1, 2006. 
   Stackable       The network equipment is stackable. 
   Rack Mount       The network equipment can be mounted in a rack. 
   LED Indicator       The network equipment has a LED indicator light. 
   Integrated Firewall       The network equipment has an integrated firewall for security. 
   IP Addressing       The network equipment has IP addressing for smarter routing. 
   Alarm       The network equipment has an alarm. 
   Full Duplex       Full duplex refers to the ability of a device or line to transmit data simultaneously in both directions. 
   VPN       A virtual private network (VPN) is a connection that has the appearance and many of the advantages of a dedicated link, but occurs over a shared network. Using a technique called tunneling, data packets are transmitted across a public, routed network in a private "tunnel" that simulates a point-to-point connection and allows network protocols to traverse incompatible infrastructures. 
   Hardened Product       Hardened products are designed to withstand extreme conditions. Their casings provide protection from weather-related conditions and can act as a heat sink, directing high temperatures away from sensitive components. Hardened products use more reliable components than commercial products and are often used in telecommunications applications.  
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