NetBIOS name

NetBIOS name

A name assigned to a Windows computer that uses the common 15-character NetBIOS format. See NetBIOS.
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New DDoS attacks misuse NetBIOS name server, RPC portmap, and Sentinel licensing servers to cause denial of service outages
The flexible stack supports all popular protocols such as ACD, ARP, AutoIP, DHCP, DNS, FTP, HTTP, ICMP, IPv4, Multicast, NetBIOS Name Service, PPP/PPPoE, SMTP, SNTP, TCP, UDP, UPnP, VLAN, and many more.
IPcentral can also communicate in real-time with IPservers, downloading Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS), and Dynamic NetBIOS Name Service (DNBNS) configuration data to servers and uploading operational data from the servers.
The technology identifies each device's operating system, make, and model by analyzing network events and client information such as the NetBIOS name, MAC address, and other information.
1 is an enhanced version of NTS' integrated DHCP, DDNS, and Dynamic NetBIOS Name Service (DNBNS) server, which features real-time peer backup operation for high availability and scalability to meet the needs of any size network.
Since the virtual "mirror" images are presented at block level, settings such as the NetBIOS name, IP address and more remain the same within the replicated data scheme.
IPserver/NT automates the configuration of desktop TCP/IP drivers and supplies dynamic directory services by providing three tightly integrated network services: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS), and Dynamic NetBIOS Name Service (DNBNS).
NetFortress He@tSeeker and He@tSeeker Pro block hostile attacks from a number of today's most widely-used programs, including Java, Active X, and Web "cookies"; Internet services including inbound FTP and Telnet and NetBios name, session and datagram services; Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) attacks and broadcast storms.
The technology identifies network events (DNS, ARP, HTTP, etc), and client information such as the NetBios name, MAC address, operating system, and device make and model.
In addition, the program can map any MAC address to its NetBIOS name automatically and then automatically add the entry to the address book.
A WINS server is a Microsoft NetBIOS name server that eliminates the need for broadcast packets to resolve a NetBIOS computer name to an IP address.
It currently supports Source-Route Bridging (SRB), Transparent Switching, Source-Route Transparent (SRT), Source-Route Translational Bridging (SRTLB), RMON, NETBIOS name caching, filtering of unnecessary broadcast traffic, and sophisticated VLAN facilities.