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  • LAN – Local Area Network

    A computer network used within one building or a company's complex of buildings.

  • LAP-D – Link Access Procedure for D-channel

    A protocol working on the second layer of the OSI model (the link layer). It provides transmission of signalling on ISDN networks.

  • Leased line

    A connection of the point-to-point type. It is usually leased from a provider of telecommunication services for a flat monthly fee. It comprise one logical communication channel.

  • Linux

    Linux is a free-of-charge operating system. It is based on a principle similar to that of UNIX. Linux is relatively stable and secure. It has been developed as a network operating system from the very beginning. Linux is very popular on servers today, but it is gaining in use, slowly but surely, at ordinary computers as well. As the use and administration of Linux is significantly more complicated than is, for example, that of Windows it is not quite appropriate for beginners.

  • Local loop

    A part of the line between the customer's terminal equipment and the provider's main distribution box.

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