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Unformatted text preview: Kevin Schoenherr Ch4&5 hmwk week3 1.CDP- a cisco proprietary protocol that defines a set of message that cisco devices send 2.CDP advertisements- a message sent by a cisco device, at a periodic interval that lists important information about the device 3.TLV- a somewhat generic data structure used throughout the world of computers that allows for easy expansion of a set of consecutive fields inside a packet. 4. CDP update interval- the time between cdp advertisements. 5.cdp hold time- the amount of time a cisco device remembers cdp information learned from a received cdp advertisement before discarding the information. 6. telnet- defines the protocols that allow a user on one computer to remotely access another computer enter commands and hove those commands execute on the other computer 7.telnet client- software that provides a terminal emulator with the emulator using Telnet protocols to communicate with a telnet server so that the user of the telnet client can log in and...
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2008 for the course NETW 204 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '08 term at DeVry Columbus North.
- Spring '08