IP tunneling


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IP tunneling

Carrying a protocol from another networking system within an IP packet; for example, transmitting NetWare IPX packets within IP. See tunneling.
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IP tunneling and encryption allow these remote employees to work with e-mail and other applications wherever they are in the world in a secure and controlled environment.
again distinguishes itself as a true world-class provider of innovative products and professional services to the telecommunications industry by announcing a low cost, IP Tunneling, SONET Access Terminal solution; IP Tunneling "lite".
Seven Layer OSI stack for SONET DCC including OSI Routing - Short Stack with OCS LAPD, IS-IS/ES-IS, TARP, IP Tunneling - Centralized IS-IS Routing and distributed CLNP forwarding capability - IP tunneling module for IP packet relay over OSI network - TCP/IP to OSI mediation module for TL-1
OCS's Product Suite now includes IP Tunneling for SONET Access Terminal applications.
Both the WA21 and WA22 access points connect wireless handheld computers to host stations and feature IP tunneling and data tunneling capabilities, allowing mobile workers to roam anywhere throughout the enterprise without losing their network connection.
In addition, Brown-Forman required a wireless network infrastructure that supported IP tunneling and roaming across subnets.
Intermec's access points offer fully integrated IP tunneling, an enhancement that allows wireless LANs to roam across multiple subnets.
Voltaire's TCP Termination Architecture solves the bandwidth and CPU bottlenecks, which occur when other solutions such as IP Tunneling or bridging are used to connect InfiniBand Fabrics to TCP/IP networks.
When you combine this feature with the additional features of IP Tunneling for IP Relay over OSI Networks, and a TCP/IP to OSI Mediation Module for transporting TL-1 traffic over TCP/IP and OSI, you have the only true complete DCC solution available today.
A user of any portable computer or other mobile device with a PCMCIA type II slot can pop-in an AT-WR2411 PC card and roam anywhere in the enterprise, all the while maintaining constant, secure network connection, thanks to the IP Tunneling feature, which allows large wireless LANs to span multiple subnets.