Synonyms for homed or Related words with homed

vpmn              lns              hpmn              hlrs              rcoa              multihomed              gws              roamers              bebs              sncs              mnns              rcoas              cgw              lcoas              vrfs              lgw              lcoa              roamer              vno              upe              psaps              subnets              vipas              unis              nodeld              uplinks              vplmn              csn              ases              dvaes              hacns              lmas              anycast              pbb              gatekeepers              hnbs              pemcs              vpls              roamed              beb              hsss              vlrs              apns              iwfs              lpn              lightpaths              svcs              vpmns              vmsc              nats             



Examples of "homed"
Dual-homed hosts can be seen as a special case of bastion hosts and multi-homed hosts. They fall into the category of "application-based firewalls".
"Eimeria dammahensis" - scimitar-homed oryx ("Oryx dammah")
A dual-homed host (or dual-homed gateway) is a system fitted with two network interfaces (NICs) that sits between an untrusted network (like the Internet) and trusted network (such as a corporate network) to provide secure access. Dual-homed is a general term for proxies, gateways, firewalls, or any server that provides secured applications or services directly to an untrusted network.
Bastion hosts are related to multi-homed hosts and screened hosts. While a dual-homed host often contains a firewall it is also used to host other services as well. A screened host is a dual-homed host that is dedicated to running the firewall. A bastion server can also be set up using ProxyCommand with OpenSSH.
Dual-homed or dual-homing can refer to either an Ethernet device that has more than one network interface, for redundancy purposes, or in firewall technology, dual-homed is one of the firewall architectures for implementing preventive security.
Dual-homed hosts can act as firewalls provided that they do not forward IP datagrams unconditionally.
Collon is home to an animal sanctuary where animals are homed until suitable accommodation is found.
An example of dual-homed devices are enthusiast computing motherboards that incorporate dual Ethernet network interface cards.
Thomas married Mary Ann Ferguson on 6 June 1844. Lady Boyd died on 21 February 1900 at their homed in Ediburgh. They had two sons and six daughters.
Another factor causing this growth of the routing table is the need for load balancing of multi-homed networks. It is not a trivial task to balance the inbound traffic to a multi-homed network across its multiple inbound paths, due to limitation of the BGP route selection process. For a multi-homed network, if it announces the same network blocks across all of its BGP peers, the result may be that one or several of its inbound links become congested while the other links remain under-utilized, because external networks all picked that set of congested paths as optimal. Like most other routing protocols, BGP does not detect congestion.
The Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland, now the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, was homed in the house in the 1870s.
Civil Aircraft Missile Protection System or CAMPS is an infrared countermeasure against infrared-homed anti-aircraft missiles, specifically designed to defend civilian aircraft flying under against MANPADS.
The locomotive can be seen in service across the electrified network of Indian Railways and is homed at 14 sheds (depots).
The squadron’s final numbers during the Battle of Okinawa were controls resulting in 76 enemy planes splashed, 33 air-sea rescues and 315 lost planes honed homed.
An estimated 40,000 books in diverse languages—English, Marathi, Hindi, Konkani and Sanskrit—besides newspapers and periodicals, are homed in this library.
During the second world war an anti-aircraft gun was locally homed on Hayes Common and the Canadian soldiers who manned it were barracked in local homes.
16. 2011 "CM-DiI labeled mesenchymal stem cells homed to thymus inducing immune recovery of mice after haploidentical bone marrow transplantation" Published on Int Immunopharmacol.
In the early twenty-first century, an expanding Ponteland and the adjoining Darras Hall homed approximately 11,000 people. It secured "town" status within Northumberland.
SEA LIFE Michigan re-homed young green sea turtle named Benson who was struck by a boat off the coast of Florida. He suffered irreparable damage to his shell and spine and now lives in the aquarium's Ocean Tank.
Note the "ploppy" sound of the call and the "feeding buzzes" as it homed in on insects. The Soprano Pipistrelle's call sounds very similar, but at a higher frequency setting on the heterodyne bat detector.