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Lan

A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 1.8288 meters.

LAN

see LOCAL AREA NETWORK.
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Some are passed along from AS to AS all the way from beginning (the router closest to the destination) to end (the router closest to the source).
Table 24: Indian Router Market (2008 & 2009): Percentage Market Share of Value Sales by Leading Company/Vendor for Cisco, Juniper, Dax, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-92 Japan - On the Rebound III-92 Product Launches/Innovations III-92 Strategic Corporate Developments III-97 Key Players III-98 B.
Router management will make a key contribution to their success.
The company's internetworking product line includes the Corporate Network eXchange (CNX) RISC-based multi-protocol bridging router family -- the CNX 600 high performance backbone router, the CNX 500 regional/divisional-site router and the mid-range CNX 400 router -- the award-winning Departmental eXchange Network (DNX) 300 series branch office bridging router family -- DNX 300n for Novell sites and DNX 300m for multi-protocol remote sites -- and the DNX 350 series branch office bridging router family for SNA environments announced today.
Enterprise-level security -- The router keeps unwanted visitors from accessing a user's network with SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection) firewall, denial of service protection, content filtering capabilities and intrusion detection
The number of edge router vendors has increased substantially, and this is creating a much more competitive market.
As with previous releases of the software, the Enstara platform continues to be the only router system that can be upgraded while still in service -- an essential factor in five-nines availability.
NASDAQ: ADTN), a leading provider of network access equipment, today announced that the company is now the second leading router supplier in the less than 1 Gbps router category.
The Cisco 7600 Series Router also enables enterprise customers to build carrier-class wide area networks for converged LAN/WAN functionality and provides smooth migration from existing Cisco 7500 routers through Cisco FlexWAN technology and software-feature parity.
However, customers of DeepNines Technologies, the only technology vendor to provide comprehensive router security, do not have to worry about the latest in a long line of recent vulnerabilities from Cisco.