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International Telecommunication union(ITU)- An international standards body that defines many networking standards and that created the OSI model. 2. Point-to –point protocol(PPP)- a data link layers protocol used on WAN links between two routers or between any two devises or points. 3. High-level Data Link Control(HDLC)-a data link layers protocol used on point to point serial links. 4. Frame relay-WAN technology that allows each site to connect to some nearby frame relay switch, with logical circuits called permanent virtual circuits(PVCs) allowing a router to directly send data to other sites over the single physical access link.
5. Integrated Services Digital Network(ISDN)-A technology used by telcos to provide digital
transmission services over two-wire (one-pair) local telephone circuits to the home, as well as over four-wore circuits. Each single ISDN line has a signaling(D) channel and multiple bearer (B) channels that can be used to send data. 6. DTE cable-a device that receives clocking from another device and adjusts its clock as needed. 7. DCE cable-a data circuit- terminating equipment
8. Path selection-the routing protocol function of examining all known routes to reach a single
subnet and choosing the best route based on the metric. 9. Metric-with routing protocols, objective measurement of how good a particular route is.