Open Data-link Interface


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Open Data-link Interface

(networking, standard)
(ODI) A Novell-developed network card API that provides media and protocol independence. It allows the sharing of a single card by multiple transport layer protocols and resolves conflicts.
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ODI

(Open Data-Link Interface) A network driver interface from Novell. ODI is based on the LSL interface developed by AT&T for its Unix System V operating system. See network driver interface and LSL.
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