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1. Network Addressable Unit.

2. Network Access Unit.



an urban-type settlement and center of Nau Raion, Leninabad Oblast, Tadzhik SSR. Railroad station on the Kha-vast-Kokand line, 36 km southwest of the city of Leninabad. Population, 10,000 (1972). Nau has plants producing experimental agricultural and cotton-ginning machinery, reinforced-concrete goods, and asphalt concrete, as well as a flour-milling combine. The settlement also has a theater of Uzbek music and drama.


(1) (Network Access Unit) An interface card that adapts a computer to a local area network.

(2) (Network Addressable Unit) An IBM SNA component that can be referenced by name and address, which includes the SSCP, LU and PU.
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