Communication Networks II - Akronyme
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Dieser Mini-Glossar an Akronymen entstand während meiner Vorbereitungen zur Semestralklausur Communication Networks II an der TUD.

(a/s)RSI(asynchronous/synchronous) Remote Service Invocation

(n)PDU (n) Protocol Data Unit

(n)SAP (n) Service Access Point

ACK Acknowledgment

AFS Andrew File System

AIMD Additive Increase Multiplicative Decrease

ALF Application Level Framing

ANSI American National Standard Institute

ARP Address Resolution Protocol

ASCII American Standard for Information Interchange

ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode

AWND Advertised Window

CC Connection Confirm

CC Clustering Coefficient

CCITT Comité Consultatif International Téléphonique et Télégraphique

CORBA Common Objects Request Broker Architecture

CR Connection Request

CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check

CWND Congestion Window

DCOM Distributed Component Object Model

DFS Distributet File System

DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

DHT Distributed Hash Table

DiffServDifferentiated Service

DMA Direct Memory Access

DNS Domain Name Service

DSL Digital Subscriber Line

EBCDIC Extended Binary Coded Decimals Interchange Code

ECN Explicit Congestion Notification

ENUM TElephone NUber Mapping

FA Fragment Offset im IP Header

FIN FIN Flag im TCP Header

FTP File Transfer Protocol

H.323 Protokollstandard der ITU für VoIP

HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol

IANA Internet Assigned Numbers Authority

IAX InterAsterisk eXchange

ICANN Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers

ICMP Internet Control Protocol

IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

IETF Internet Engineering Task Force

IMAP Internet Message Access Protocol

IMS Information Management System

IntServ Integrated Service

IP Internet Protocol

ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network

ISN Initial Sequence Number

ISO International Organization for Standardization

ISP Internet Service Provider

ITU International Telecommunication Union

JPEG Joint Photographic Expert Group

LAN Local Area Network

LLC Link Layer Control

MAC Media Access Control

MAN Metropolitan Area Network

MF More Fragments Flag im IP Header

MIME Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions

MPEG Moving Picture Experts Group

MSL Maximum Segment Lifetime

MSS Maximum Segment Size (Layer 3)

MTU Maximum Transfer Unit (Layer 2)

MX (RR) Mail Exchange (Resource Record)

NAT Network Adress Translation

NFS Network Filesystem

OMG Object Management Group

OSF Open Software Foundation

OSI Open Systems Interconnection

PAWS Protect Against Wrapped Sequencenumbers

POP3 Post Office Protocol (v3)

POTS Plain Old Telephone System

PSH Pushflag im TCP Header

PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network

QoS Quality of Service

REL Release signal (s. FIN Flag in TCP)

RFC Request For Comment

RJ Reject signal (s. NACK in TCP)

RMI Remote Method Invocation

RPC Remote Procedure Call

RR Resource Record

RSVP Resource reSerVation Protocol

RTCP Real-time Transport Control Protocol

RTO Retransmission Timeout

RTP Real-time Transport Protocol

RTT Round Trip Time

RWND Receiver Window

SCTP Stream Control Transmission Protocol

SDP Session Description Protocol

SIP Session Initiation Protocol

SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

SOAP Simple Object Access Protocol

SRM Scalable Reliable Multicast

ss_treshSlow Start Treshold

SS7 Signalling System 7 (Telecommunication Protocoll by ITU)

STUN Simple traversal of UDP over NATs

SYN SYN Flag in TCP Header

TCP Transmission Control Protocol

TLD Top Level Domain

TOS Type Of Service (Flag field in IP Header)

TTL Time To Live (Hop Counter in IP Header)

UDDI Universal Description, Discovery and Integration

UDP User Datagram Protocol

URI Uniform Resource Identifier

URL Uniform Resource Locator

VoD Video on Demand

VoIP Voice over IP

VPN Virtual Private Network

WAN Wide Area Network

WSDL Web Services Description Language

XDR External Data Representation