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host address

The physical address of a computer in a network. On the Internet, a host address is the IP address of the machine. See IP address and hostname.
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The new version also offers host address blocking as well as default encryption of login information.
The host identifier specifies "what it is," whereas the host address specifies "where it is.
The information (which includes user name, user OS, time/date, host address, and more) is then formatted as a SOAP message and transmitted to an HSP Monitoring and Reporting server accessible on the network.
The kernel simply routes the request to the host address for P.
Typically a "Top Talker" feature identifies which Internet Protocol (IP) host address is generating the most traffic and whether bandwidth is being used for essential business activities or Web browsing.
0 features include customized screen layout, with options for saving window sizes, locations or to change font type and size enabling laptop computers to serve as a full featured LAN monitor; host names can be added or edited simply by clicking the Statistic screen icon; a new tool bar makes frequently used commands easy to locate and use; and a new viewable host address book allows quick access to information about any station on the network.
It supports network statistics gathering including RMON (remote monitoring), used for gathering and storing traffic statistics, events handling, alarm thresholds and host address lists.