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Contents Chapter 1: New in this release........................................................................................... 7
Features.................................................................................................................................................... 7 Other changes........................................................................................................................................... 7 Chapter 2: Terminology...................................................................................................... 9 0 to 9......................................................................................................................................................... 10 A................................................................................................................................................................ 10 B................................................................................................................................................................ 11 C................................................................................................................................................................ 12 D................................................................................................................................................................ 14 E................................................................................................................................................................ 16 F................................................................................................................................................................ 17 G............................................................................................................................................................... 17 H................................................................................................................................................................ 18 I................................................................................................................................................................. 19 J................................................................................................................................................................ 20 K................................................................................................................................................................ 21 L................................................................................................................................................................ 21 M............................................................................................................................................................... 22 N................................................................................................................................................................ 23 O............................................................................................................................................................... 24 P................................................................................................................................................................ 25 Q............................................................................................................................................................... 27 R................................................................................................................................................................ 27 S................................................................................................................................................................ 28 T................................................................................................................................................................ 31 U................................................................................................................................................................ 32 V................................................................................................................................................................ 33 W............................................................................................................................................................... 34 X................................................................................................................................................................ 34

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Chapter 1: New in this release
The following sections detail what's new in Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Terminology, NN42040-103 for Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Release 3.0.

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• Features on page 7 • Other changes on page 7

Features
This document contains terms related to Application Server 5300. For information about the new features, see Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Release Delta, NN42040–201.

Other changes
This document is updated with new terms related to Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Release 3.0.

Revision history
June 2012 November 2010 July 2010 May 2010 Standard 04.01. This document is issued to support Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Release 3.0. Standard 02.04. This document is issued to support Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Release 2.0. Editorial changes were made. Standard 02.03. This document is issued to support Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Release 2.0. Editorial changes were made. Standard 02.02. This document is issued to support Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Release 2.0. This document contains editorial changes. Standard 02.01. This document is issued to support Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Release 2.0.

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New in this release

June 2008

Standard 01.01. This document is issued to support Nortel Application Server 5300 Release 1.0.

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Chapter 2: Terminology
This chapter contains terminologies used in Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300. • 0 to 9 on page 10 • A on page 10 • B on page 11 • C on page 12 • D on page 14 • E on page 16 • F on page 17 • G on page 17 • H on page 18 • I on page 19 • J on page 20 • K on page 21 • L on page 21 • M on page 22 • N on page 23 • O on page 24 • P on page 25 • Q on page 27 • R on page 27 • S on page 28 • T on page 31 • U on page 32 • V on page 33 • W on page 34 • X on page 34

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Term 3DES 3WC Description Triple Data Encryption Standard Three-way call; Three-way calling

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Term AA ABR ACCT ACD ACELP ACL ADHOC ADIMSS ADPCM ADSL AES AGC AIN AIS ALG ALI AM AMM ANAT Application Administrator Available Bit Rate Accounting Manager Automatic Call Distribution Algebraic Code-Excited Linear Prediction Access Control Lists Ad Hoc Conferencing Service Advanced DSN Integrated Management Support System Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line Advanced Encryption Standard Automatic Gain Control Advanced Intelligent Network Alarm Indication Signal Application Level Gateway Automatic Location Information (for 911 service) Accounting Manager Advanced Management Module Alternative Network Address Types Description

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Term ANI API APL APNIC AR ARIN ARP ARTS AS AS 5300 ASCLAN GSR AS SIP AS SIP-T ASAC ASU ATM AVP AYT

Description Automatic Number Identification Application Programming Interface Approved Product List Asia Pacific Network Information Centre Aggregation Router American Registry for Internet Numbers Address Resolution Protocol Assured Real Time Services Application Server Avaya Aura® Application Server 5300 Assured Services Converged Local Area Network Generic System Requirements Assured Service Session Initiation Protocol Assured Service Session Initiation Protocol for Telephones Assured Service Admission Control Automatic Software Update Asynchronous Transfer Mode Audio Visual Profile Are You There

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Term BA BBUA BCM BCP BGP BHCA Backup Administrator Back-to-Back User Agent Business Communication Manager Border Control Point Border Gateway Protocol Busy Hour Call Attempt Description

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Term BHHCA BHSTA BIOS BIP BNEA BPA BPS BSN

Description Busy Hour Half Call Attempt Busy Hour SIP Transaction Attempt Basic Input/Output System Breaker Interface Panel Busy Not Equipped Announcements Blocked Precedence Announcement Business Policy Switch Broadband Service Node

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Term C2 CA CAC CAD/CAM CALLP CAN CAS CBR CCA CCA-ID CCF CCS CDMA CDNH CDP CDR Command and Control Certificate Authority Common Access Card; Call Admission Control Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing Call Processing Campus Area Network Channel Associated Signaling Constant Bit Rate Call Control Agent; Commercial Cost Avoidance (feature) Call Control Agent ID Charging Collection Function Centi-Call Second Code Division Multiple Access Circular Directory Number Hunting Customer Dialing Plan; Coordinated Dialing Plan (these have different meanings) Call Detail Recording Description

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Term CD-ROM CE-R CFB CFD CFDS CFGDA CFNA CFP CFU CFW CIC CIDR CIF CIR CLI CLID CMVP CNID CNIR CODEC COM COS COTS CPE CPL CPU CRBT CRL CR/LF CRM CRTC

Description Compact Disc-Read Only Memory Customer Edge Router Call Forward Busy Call Forward Default, Call Forward Do not Answer Customer Feature Delivery System Call Forward Group Don't Answer Call Forward No Answer Call Forward Prefix Call Forward Unconditional Call Forward Carrier Identification Code Classless Inter-Domain Routing Common Intermediate Format Committed Information Rate Command Line Interface Calling Line Identification Display Cryptographic Module Validation Program Calling Number Identification Delivery Calling Number Identification Restriction Coder–Decoder Component Object Model Class of Service Commercial-Off-The-Shelf Customer Premise Equipment; Customer Provider Edge Call Processing Language Central Processing Unit Colorful Ringback Tones Certificate Revocation List Carriage Return/Line Feed Customer Record Management Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission

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Term CS CS 1000 CS 2000 CS 2100 CS-ACELP CSE CSR Cstore CSV CTP CUSTID CUSTGRP Communication Server

Description

Communication Server 1000 Communication Server 2000 Communication Server 2100 Conjugate Structure Algebraic Code Excited Linear Prediction Communications Security Establishment Certificate Signing Request Content Store Comma Separated Value Call Transfer Prefix Customer Identifier Customer Group Name

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Term DACD DAD DAP DB DBA DBMS DCC DCP DDoS DFO DHCP DHS Dial Carrier Access Code Duplicate Address Detection Directory Access Protocol Database Manager Database Administrator Database Management System Destination Code Controls Designated Call Party Distributed Denial of Service Design for Operability Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Department of Homeland Security Description

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Term DIACAP DID DiffServ DISA DISN DivX DLH DM DMLT DMS DN DND DNS DNSPJM DoD DoS DP DPA DRSN DSAWG DSC DSL DSN DSP DSPI DSS DTGW DTMF DTP DTX Dual CLI

Description DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process Direct Inward Dial Differentiated Service Defence Information Systems Agency Defense Information Systems Network Digital Video Express Distributed Line Hunting Database Manager Distributed Multilink Trunking Digital Multiplex System Directory Number; Distinguished Name Do Not Disturb Domain Name Server Domain Name Server Persistence Job Manager Department of Defense Denial of Service Developer Program Disconnect-Peer-Answer Defense Red Switch Network DISN Security Accreditation Working Group Distant Steering Codes Digital Subscriber Line; Direct Subscriber Link Defense Switched Network Digital Signal Processing Dynamic Stateful Packet Inspection Data Source Server Direct to Gateway Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency Data Transport Protocol Discontinuous Transmission Dual Calling Line ID

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Term DVD DVX Digital Video Disc

Description

Deployable Voice Exchange

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Term E&M E911 EAR EBC EBIP ECAN ECF ECMP ECS EF EI EM EMS EO ERC ERL ESDS ESM ESN ESP ETSI EWSG Ear and Mouth Enhanced 911 Export Administration Regulations Edge Border Controller Enhanced Breaker Interface Panel Echo Canceller Event Charging Function Equal Cost Multi-Path Emergency Calling Service Expedited Forwarding End Instrument Element Manager; Element Management Element Management System End Office Express Routing Code Emergency Response Location Electrostatic Discharge-Sensitive Ethernet Switch Module Electronic Switching Network Encapsulated Payload Protocol European Telecommunications Standards Institute Embedded Web Services Gateway Description

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Term FAC FDM FEFI FF FIFO FIPS FK FLP FoIP FPM FPS FQDN FRU FSI F-T FTP FW FXO FXS Feature Activation Code Frequency-Division Multiplexing Far End Fault Indication Fixed-to-Fixed First-In First-Out Federal Information Processing Standard Foreign Key Fast Link Pulse Fax over Internet Protocol Fault Performance Manager Frames Per Second Fully Qualified Domain Name Field Replaceable Unit File System Integrity Fixed-to-Tactical File Transfer Protocol Firmware; Firewall Foreign Exchange Office Foreign Exchange Station Description

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Term GAB GARP Global Address Book Gratuitous Address Resolution Protocol Description

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Term GB GbE GbESM GHz GID GMT GoS GPS GRUB GSCR GSLB GoB GW Gigabyte Gigabyte Ethernet

Description

Gigabit Ethernet Switching Module Gigahertz Group ID Greenwich Mean Time Grade of Service Global Positioning System Grand Unified Bootloader Generic Switching Center Requirements Global Server Load Balancing Good-to-Better Gateway

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Term HA HDLC HIDS HLOC HMI HR HTML HTTP HTTPS High Availability High-level Data Link Control Host-based Intrusion Detection System Home Location Code Human Machine Interface Hybrid Routing Hypertext Markup Language Hypertext Transfer Protocol Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure; Hypertext Transfer Protocol over TLS; Hypertext Transfer Protocol over Transport Layer Security Hot Swap Controller Description

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Term I/0 IA IAD IANA ICA ICANN ICM ICMP IDE IEEE IEMS IETF IGMP IGP IID IIS IKE ILO IM IMM IN INAP IP IPMI IP Sec IP SG IPDR Input/Output Information Assurance Integrated Access Device Internet Assigned Number Authority Isolated Code Announcement Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers Incoming Call Memory Internet Control Message Protocol Interactive Development Environment Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Integrated Element Management System Internet Engineering Task Force Internet Group Management Protocol Internet Gateway Protocol Interface Identifier Internet Information Services Internet Key Exchange Integrated Lights-Out Instant Messaging; Instant Message Integrated Management Module Intelligent Networking International Network Application Protocol Internet Protocol Intelligent Platform Management Interface Internet Protocol Secure Internet Protocol Signaling Gateway Internet Protocol Detail Record Description

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Term IPMI IPMP IPsec IPv4 IPv6 ISDN ISM ISO ISSG IST ISUP IVR IT IWCM IXC

Description Intelligent Platform Management Interface Internet Protocol Multipathing Internet Protocol Security Internet Protocol version 4 Internet Protocol version 6 Integrated Services Digital Network Internet Service Manager International Standards Organization IN to SIP signaling Inter-switch Trunk Integrated Services Digital Network User Part Interactive Voice Response Information Technology Interworking Call Model Inter-exchange Carrier

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Term JCE JDBC JDK JITC JNDI JNLP JPEG JRE JVM Description Java Cryptography Extension Java Database Connectivity Java Developer Kit Joint Interoperability Test Command Java Naming and Directory Interface Java Network Launching Protocol Joint Photographic Experts Group Java Runtime Environment Java Virtual Machine

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Term Kbps KPI KRS KVM Kilobits Per Second Key Performance Indicator Keycode Retrieval System Keyboard, Video and Mouse Description

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Term LAN LATA LACNIC LCC LCD LDAP LDIF LDN LED LIFO LNP LOM LSC LSLB LTGRP LTID LTNUM Local Area Network Local Access and Transport Area Latin American and Caribbean Internet Address Registry Local Call Controller Liquid Crystal Display Lightweight Directory Access Protocol LDAP Data Interchange Format Listed Directory Number Light Emitting Diode Last-In First-Out Local Number Portability Lights Out Management Local Session Controller Local Server Load Balancing Logical Terminal Group Logical Terminal Identifier; Logical Terminal Number Logical Terminal Number Description

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Term MAC MAddr MADN MAN MAP Mbps MCC MCN MCP MCS MCS 5100 MCT ME MEETME MFS MFSS MG MGCF MGCP MHz MIB MILDEP MLD MLH MLPP MLT MMC Media Access Control Media Access Control Address Multiple Appearance Directory Number Metro Area Network Mobile Application Part Megabits per second MB Megabyte Media Concentration Center Multimedia Converged Network Multimedia Communication Portfolio Multimedia Communication Server Multimedia Communication Server 5100 Malicious Call Tracing Managed Element Avaya Media Server Meet Me Conferencing Service Multifunction Switch Multifunction Soft Switch Media Gateway Media Gateway Control Function Media Gateway Control Protocol Megahertz Management Information Base Military Department Multicast Listener Discovery Multi Line Hunting Multi-Level Precedence and Preemption Multi Link Trunking Microsoft Management Console Description

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Term MO MOH MOS MOTD MP-BGP MPCP MPLS MP-MLQ MR MRT MSAG MRT MTU MVNO MWI Managed Object

Description

Avaya Media Server Music on Hold Service Mean Opinion Score Message of the Day MultiProtocol Border Gateway Protocol Media Portal Control Protocol Multi-Protocol Label Switching Multipulse Maximum Likelihood Quantization Maintenance Release Multiple Route Termination Master Street Address Guide Multiple Route Termination Maximum Transmission Unit Mobile Virtual Network Operators Message Waiting Indicator

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Term NAPT NAT NCC NNCOS NDM-U NE NEBS NED NEI NES Description Network Address Port Translation Network Address Translation Network Control Center Network Class of Service CL Network Call Logs Network Data Management-Usage Network Element Network Equipment Building Systems Network Element Daemon; Negative Exponential Distribution Network Element Instance Network Energy Source

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Term NGS NGSS NENA NIC NIST NLRI NMI NML NMS NMWI NN NNI NNX NPA NPI NSC NSD NSP NSSA NTP NUD Next Generation Switch

Description

Next Generation Session Server National Emergency Number Association Network Interface Card; Network Interface Controller National Institute of Standards and Technology Network Layer Reachability Information Network Management Interface Network Management Layer Network Management System Network Message Waiting Indicator Network Number Network to Network Interface Network Numbering Exchange Numbering Plan Area Numbering Plan Indication Network Signaling Center Network Service Description National Service Providers Not So Stubby Area Network Time Protocol Neighbor Unreachability Detection

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Term OAM OAM&P OAMP OCM Description Operation, Administration, and Maintenance Operation, Administration, Maintenance and Provisioning Operation, Administration, Maintenance and Provisioning Originating Call Model; Origination Call Manager

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Term OCSP OM OMA OMI ONMS ONT OPI OS OSA OSI OSN OSPF OSS OUA

Description Online Certificate Status Protocol Operational Measurement Open Mobile Alliance Open Management Interface Optivity Network Management System Online Network Terminal; Optical Network Terminals Open Provisioning Interface Operating System Open Security Architecture Open Systems Interconnection On-Site Notification Open Shortest Path First Operation Support System Originating User Agent

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Term PA PAD PAI PAM PAT PO PBX PC PCM PCMA PCMU Description Personal Agent; Provider Addressing Personal Audio Device P-Asserted-Identity Personal Agent Manager Port Address Translation Provisionable Objects Private Branch Exchange Personal Computer Pulse Code Modulation Pulse Code Modulated (aLaw encoding) Pulse Code Modulated (mLaw encoding)

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Term PDA PDF PE PEM PE-R PESQ PHB Perfmon PIN PIT PJM PK PKCS PKI PLC PLMS PM PMTUD PN PNG PNI POE PoP PoW PPND PRACK PRBT PRI PRI GW PROV PSAP Personal Data Assistant

Description

Portable Document Format Provider Edge Privacy Enhanced Mail Provider Edge Router Perceptual Evaluation of Speech Quality Per Hop Behavior Performance Monitor Tool Personal Identification Number Peak Information Rate Persistence Job Manager Primary Key Public-Key Cryptography Standards Public Key Infrastructure Packet Loss Concealment Public Land Mobile System Performance Management Path MTU Discovery Presentation Number Portable Network Graphic Private Number Identifier Power Over Ethernet Point of Presence Poor-to-Worse Public/Private Name and Number Display Provisional Response Acknowledgement Personal Ringback Tones (Also known as Colorful Ringback Tones [CRBT]) Primary Rate Interface Primary Rate Interface Gateway Provisioning Manager Public Safety Answering Point (for 911 services)

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Term PSI PSTN PTE Ptimes PVI Public Service Identifier

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Public Switched Telephone Network Physical Telecommunications Environment Packet Times Platform Vendor Independence

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Term QCIF QoS Description Quarter Common Intermediate Format Quality of Service

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Term RADIUS RAID RAM RBAC RDIMM RDN RFC RFCP RHEL5 RIP RIPE Description Remote Authentication Dial In User Service Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks; Redundant Array of Independent Disks Random Access Memory Role Based Access Control Registered Dual In-line Memory Module Relative Distinguished Name Request for Comment Redirect For Calling Party Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5 Routing Information Protocol Réseaux IP Européens

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Term RMI RoHS RPR RPS RRI RSA RSIP RSL RSS RSU RTA RTCP RTCP-XR RTF RTMI RTP RTS RU RUDP RV

Description Remote Method Invocation Reduction of Hazard Substances Resilient Packet Ring Regional Patching System Remove Redirect Information Rivest-Shamir-Adleman (algorithm) Restart In Progress Remote Subscriber Lookup Really Simply Syndication Remote Survivable Unit Record Transfer Agent Real-Time Transport Control Protocol RTCP Control Protocol Extended Reports Rich Text Format Real-Time Monitors Real-time Protocol; Real-time Transport Protocol Real Time System; Real Time Services Record Unit Reliable UDP Radvision

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Term SA SAD SAL SAS SATA Description Security Auditor; System Administrator; Signaling Appliance Speech Activity Detection Security Access Level Serial Attached Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) Serial Advanced Technology Attachment

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Term SAVP SBC SBU SC SCA SCC2 SCE SCN SCP SCRJ SCSI SDES SDNH SDP SDR SE SEQ SESM SFP SFTP SHA SimRing SIP SIP-ID SIPMC SIP-T SLA SLR SMDI SME SMEO

Description Secure Audio Video Profile Session Border Controller Sensitive, But Unclassified Session Controller; Service Consumer Selective Call Acceptance; Secondary Call Appearance Switching Control Center 2 Software Creation Environment System Change Number Signaling Control Point Selective Call Rejection Small Computer System Interface Session Description Protocol Security Descriptions Sequential Directory Number Hunting Session Description Protocol Session Detail Record Service Element; Switch Expert Sequential Ringing AS 5300 Session Manager Small Form Factor Pluggable Secure File Transport Protocol Secure Hash Algorithm Simultaneous Ringing Session Initiation Protocol Session Initiation Protocol - user identification Session Initiation Protocol Multimedia Conductor SIP for Telephones Service Level Agreement Subscriber Lookup and Routing; Service Location Request Simplified Message Desktop Interface Small-to-Medium Sized Secure Military End Office

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Term SMS SMTP SNMP SNTP SOAP SOPI SQCIF SQL SRS SRTCP SRTP SS SS7 SSA SSO STCP STD STD format STE STIG STDOUT STP STU SUBGRP SUDO SVoSIP SUT Short Messaging Service

Description

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Simple Network Management Protocol Simple Network Time Protocol Simple Open Access Protocol Subscriber Open Provisioning Interface Sub Quarter Common Intermediate Format Structured Query Language Software Release Service Secure Real-Time Transport Control Protocol Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol Soft Switch Signaling System 7 Security System Administrator; System Storage Architecture Single Sign-On SSL Secure Sockets Layer SSH Secure Shell Signaling transport Control Point Standard (log format) Standard format Secure Terminal Equipment Security Technical Implementation Guide (or Guidelines) Standard Out Spanning Tree Protocol Secure Telephone Units Subgroup Number Super User Do Secured Voice over Secured IP System Under Test

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Term TAF TAT TCM TCP TCP/IP TDK TDM TELR TFTP TG TLAN TLS ToC TOD TON ToS TPS TRKGRP TSAC T-T TUA TUI Description Transparent Application Failover Termination Attempt Trigger Terminating Call Model Transmission Control Protocol Transport Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Theme Designer Kit Time Division Multiplex Talker Echo Loudness Rating Trivial File Transfer Protocol Transformation Gateway Telephony Local Area Network Transport Layer Security Table of Contents Time of Day Type of Number Type of Service Transmission Parameter Signaling Trunk Group Terminal Services Advanced Client Tactical-to-Tactical Terminating User Agent Text-based User Interface; Telephone User Interface

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Term UA UAC UC UCD UCM UDP UE UM UMTS UNI UPA UPS URI URL USB USP UTC UTM UTP UUID User Agent User Account Control Unified Communication, Unified Communications; Unified Capabilities Uniform Call Distribution Unified Communications Management Universal Dialing Plan; User Datagram Protocol Usage Entry, Usage Event; User Endpoint Unified Messaging Universal Mobile Telecommunication System User to Network Interface Unauthorized Precedence Announcement Uninterruptible Power Supply Uniform Resource Indicator Uniform Resource Locator Universal Serial Bus Universal Signaling Point Universal Time Coordinated Universal Transverse Mercator Unshielded Twisted Pair Universally Unique Identifier Description

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Term VAD VBR VC VCA VFU VGA VLAN VLSM VM VMS VoD VoIP VoSIP VPD VPN VR VRDN VRF VRRP VSC VVoIP VXML Description Voice Activated Dialing; Voice Activity Detection Variable Bit Rate Virtual Circuit Vacant Code Announcement Video Fast Update Video Graphics Array Virtual Local Area Network Variable Length Subnet Mask Voice Mail Voice Mail Server Video on Demand Voice over Internet Protocol Voice over Secured IP Vital Product Data Virtual Private Network; Voice Private Network Virtual Router Virtual Router Distribution Node Virtual Routing and Forwarding Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol Vertical Service Code Video and Voice over Internet Protocol Voice Extensible Markup Language

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Term W3C WAN WebDAV WebRTC WRED WSDL WWNDP Description World Wide Web Consortium Wide Area Network Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning Web Real Time Communications Weighted Random Early Discard Web Service Definition Language World Wide Numbering and Dialing Plan

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Term XFP XLARTSEL XML XMPP XMSG 10 Gigabit SFP Translation Route Selector Extensible Markup Language Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol Extensible Markup Language Messaging Description

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