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Networking[edit]

Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet frame
Fast Ethernet
Category 5 cable
Category 6 cable
Gigabit Ethernet
10-gigabit Ethernet
Power over Ethernet
Jumbo frame
Ethernet hub
Small form-factor pluggable transceiver
Optical fiber cable
Wide area network
Local area network
Metropolitan area network
MAC address
IP address
Subnetwork
OSI Model
OSI model
Presentation layer
Session layer
Data link layer
Application layer
Physical layer
Internet layer
Link layer
Network layer
Transport layer
Multiprotocol Label Switching
Internet protocol suite
Transmission Control Protocol
Internet Protocol
User Datagram Protocol
Datagram
IPv4
IPv4 subnetting reference
IPv6
IPv6 subnetting reference
Routing
Interior gateway protocol
Exterior gateway protocol
Internet Control Message Protocol
Traceroute
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DHCP snooping
Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
List of TCP and UDP port numbers
Domain Name System
IP multicast
IP address spoofing
Network address translation
Internet Engineering Task Force
Network packet
Network switch
Octet (computing)
Communications protocol
Packet switching
Checksum
Multicast
Network interface controller
Maximum transmission unit
Token ring
Twisted pair
Internet service provider
Optical fiber
Media access control
Unicast
Fiber Distributed Data Interface
Carrier sense multiple access with collision detection
IEEE 802
IEEE 802.3
IEEE 802.11
Frame (networking)
Quality of service
Voice over IP
Multiplexing
Address Resolution Protocol
Virtual private network
Virtual LAN
Routing
Routing protocol
Border Gateway Protocol
Open Shortest Path First
IS-IS
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
Mesh networking
Adaptive routing
Route analytics
Classless Inter-Domain Routing
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
Policy-based routing
Static routing
Administrative distance
Bandwidth (computing)
Network delay
Hop (networking)
Routing table
Router (computing)
Routing Information Protocol
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
Exterior Gateway Protocol
On Demand Routing
Distance-vector routing protocol
Autonomous System (Internet)
Link-state routing protocol
Bellman–Ford algorithm
Ford–Fulkerson algorithm
Diffusing update algorithm
Wireless
Wi-Fi
IEEE 802.11a-1999
IEEE 802.11b-1999
IEEE 802.11g-2003
IEEE 802.11n-2009
IEEE 802.11ac
List of WLAN channels
MIMO
Link-state advertisement
Greedy algorithm
Shortest path problem
Dijkstra's algorithm
Optimized Link State Routing Protocol
Wireless ad hoc network
Multipath routing
Public switched telephone network
Time to live
Fast packet switching
Measuring network throughput
Latency (engineering)
TCP tuning
List of information technology acronyms
Protocols
DHCPv6
File Transfer Protocol
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Internet Message Access Protocol
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
Network Time Protocol
Post Office Protocol
Open Network Computing Remote Procedure Call
Session Initiation Protocol
Simple Network Management Protocol
SOCKS
Secure Shell
Telnet
Transport Layer Security
Point-to-Point Protocol
Tunneling protocol
Digital subscriber line
Integrated Services Digital Network
DOCSIS