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Lan

A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 1.8288 meters.

LAN

see LOCAL AREA NETWORK.
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A router has four tables in which information obtained via BGP are stored:
Table 2: World Enterprise Router Market (2007 & 2008): Percentage Market Share of Dollar Sales by Leading Company/Vendor for Cisco, Juniper, 3Com, Huawei, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-18 Carrier Router & Switch Market II-19
Existing router management models are completely inadequate to handle the unprecedented volume of management data, configuration complexity, and capacity planning functions that the new Internet core will demand
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Just log in to the router, choose a WAN connection type, and answer a few brief, context-sensitive configuration questions.
Thousands of SwiftMQ Routers are in use around the globe, ensuring the safe and fast operation of our customers' mission-critical systems.
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Actiontec's Broadband Home Router is a great usage example of the capabilities offered through in-home coax for entertainment networking," said John Graham, vice president of marketing at Entropic Communications.
This cross-platform structure reduces training time for operators, who no longer need to learn intricate and widely-varying device architectures for every make of router used in their network.