network ID

network ID

The first part of a TCP/IP address that defines the network category (Class A, B or C). See subnet mask and subnet mask tables.
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The community Wi-Fi system recently completed its testing phase and can be accessed through any wireless device through the network ID Boydton Wi-Fi.
* Use your Nintendo Network ID (NNID) to access the Nintendo eShop on your 3DS.
The new registration is apparently set to replace the older Nintendo Network ID from previous consoles, reports Engadget.
Each SATEL-LP-CONF stick also has a unique network ID (NET ID) that is used to identify the wireless modules in the network ensuring the radio network security in addition with the AES128 encryption.
Phantom Terrains transforms Wi-Fi signals into a combination of Geiger-counter clicks for weak signals and melodic representations of the network ID of strong signals.
It concludes following conclusions from simulation experiment : (1) in social network, the shorter interval time the users enter their social network ID, and the more frequent the frequency is, the faster rate the virus spread is; (2) in social network, the more average friend number the users have, the shorter time the virus spends in reaching peak and backing down in spread course; (3) when the initial infection rate of virus in social network is smaller, the effect of the virus initial infection's rate is greater, the effect of infected nodes' peak in network is smaller.
Kim and Bentley used a static CSA with NS operator as one component of the AIS for Network ID (NID).
Game save data and settings can be saved as per the preferences of each user and the Wii U user account is separate from the Nintendo Network IDs. Each console will have one Nintendo Network ID that will be used for features such as video chatting and purchasing content from the eShop.
Depending on how you've connected to that ad hoc network, the next time you turn on your PC, it may automatically broadcast the new "Free Wi-Fi" network ID to the world, and anyone nearby can connect to it in ad hoc peer-to-peer mode without your knowledge--and can do damage if you've allowed file sharing.
That's right: use one social network ID to sign in another.
Ninety percent of those logging in to entertainment sites do so with their social network ID. Fifty-two percent use Facebook to log in, with Twitter (15%) and MySpace (14%) making up more than a quarter of log-ins.
Furthermore, the new services enhance internal controls by allowing customer to visualize the network ID, its associated user and access privileges.

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