network drop

network drop

A connection point in a network. The term generally refers to a local area network (LAN). Network drops are typically wall outlets with an Ethernet jack that a computer or other network device can plug into.
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Will a network drop a site as soon as it loses favor (or Google hits), or will it partner with this self-starter to improve quality and ad-appeal?
By using the existing network drop, there is no additional expense for a installing a second network cable, while the number of switch ports is reduced, resulting in a substantial cost savings.
IP cameras can be placed anywhere there is an Ethernet network drop, and the system supports analog cameras and any industry-standard local and/or network storage medium.
Imagine that many users of the broadband network drop their subscriptions to voice telephony, relying instead upon VoIP.
The connector extends from the base of the enclosure and is ready for connection to a network drop cable.
All new work must include a network certification report certifying each new or repaired network drop (see Attachment A certification report)
A teacher can then wheel the cart anywhere in the school that has a network drop, plug the access point in and have an instant computer lab.
It accommodates either new IP cameras or existing analog cameras, and IP cameras can be placed anywhere there is an Ethernet network drop.
The Xirrus Array provided the County's departments, Federal, and non-profit agencies stationed at the Orange Show Fair Grounds with immediate network connectivity and communications from a network drop.
Network drop (for 10 units, 2 printers, and 2 print release pay stations) 2.
Partners made donations in a variety of ways: 3Com provided its latest hubs and routers as demo units; both Apple and Compaq provided file servers that are still being used to link the ETTC's computers; and American Telephone Wiring added one network drop for each one the district purchased (about 40 free drops at the center).
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