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INIT

(INITiate) A Macintosh routine that is run when the computer is started or restarted. It is used to load and activate drivers and system routines. Many INITs are memory resident and may conflict with each other. See Macintosh extension.
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Init process starts the node when the user (or the system) has selected the appropriate MIP.
The node will be in the init state when it is running the init process, and it will be in the disconnect state when it is leaving the network.
The NODE_ID parameter size is 2 bytes and its value should be set before the init process starts, at the initialization process.