remote node

remote node

A terminal or computer located apart from the main network. It may refer to a branch office or a traveling user with a laptop. Access to the company LAN is typically made via an Internet or dial-up connection. See remote control software.


Dialing In
This example of a remote node shows a dial-up connection to the company's in-house network.
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Era also transports Gigabit Ethernet backhaul to each remote node, which can be used for separate Wi-Fi networks, IP security systems or to support a small cell overlay needed for future network expansion.
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Additionally a node can send trust request (TREQ) to its neighbour nodes for remote node trust value.
Third, data locality maximization also plays a vital role by running map tasks in the local node rather than running the map and reduce tasks in the remote node that in turn increases the network bandwidth.
In addition, it is important for the wireless sensor network[14, 15, 16, 17, 18] of environmental monitoring of forests to share information through the wireless network between remote nodes and implement an effective monitoring platform that can accommodate a wide range of sensors according to the remote node control and monitoring, extensibility of the area and low cost.
this technology is the remotepower solution which Huawei has provided for this trial as well as the commercial deployment of fiber tothe remote node (FTTRN).
In [4], it was proposed a variety of hybrid WDM/TDM PONs whose operation depended on the flexibility of a predetermined remote node (RN).
The wireless node acquires the analog signal from the electric field sensor and then transmits it to the remote node connected with the computer.
This means, for example, that even with four optical amplifiers installed in the remote node (where each optical amplifier equipped to 32-way split), up to 128-way split can be supported with the same amount of the optical signal-to-noise ratio as 32.
However, many products claiming "central control," in fact, require Administrators to set policy through a unique connection to each remote node whenever business requirements change.
For example, Web browser cache cleaning and host-integrity checks purge browser-and application-specific caches upon completion of the user's session, validate the remote node's security status and configuration settings prior to enabling network access, and create an encrypted workspace on the remote node to help ensure against information leakage.
In the event that a disaster strikes one of the remote node sites, the standby host at the second location automatically and seamlessly takes over the active call processing."

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