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[SYMBOL] [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [K] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [Q] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [W] [X]

A (Address) records
AAA (Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting)
absolute load, calculating
absolute server load, calculating
absolute time
ACA (Arrowpoint Content Awareness)
ACLs (access control lists) 2nd [See also application inspection.]
     basic
     reflexive
ACNS (Application and Content Networking Systems) 2nd 3rd
     available solutions
         content distribution and routing
         content edge delivery
     channels of content, creating 2nd 3rd
     components of
         registering
    content prepositioning
         acquiring content for
         multicast-push distribution trees
         unicast-pull distribution trees
     content request routing
         Dynamic PAC
         SHR
     manifest files
     prepositioned content, distributing
     scheduled live and rebroadcast programs, creating
     streaming media, configuring
     streaming VoD content
acquiring content for prepositioning
ARP (Address Resolution Protocol)
ASR (Adaptive Session Redundancy)
address translation
     destination translation
     PAT
administration as requirement for application development
age-out timer (CSS), modifying
ANNOUNCE message (RSTP)
Anycast RP
AON (Cisco Application Oriented Network), applying XLS stylesheets
Apple QuickTime
     streaming live and scheduled rebroadcasts on ACNS networks
application development
     requirements for
         availability
         bandwidth and response times
         customization and prioritization
         monitoring and administration
         security
     security, auditing, and monitoring
application inspection
application layer (OSI model)
     keep-alives, configuring on CSS
application layer protocols
     FTP
     HTTP
         authentication
         caching controls
         connection persistence 2nd
         cookies
         explicit cache controls
         implicit cache controls
         methods
         return codes
     load balancing
     SSL
applications
     classifying
         with NBAR
     for content distribution
         e-learning and corporate communications
         software and file distribution
     marking
applying
     QoS to streaming media
     XSL stylesheets with AON
assigning routers
     as BSR
     as RPs
     as RPs with BSR
ASX (Advanced Stream Redirector) meta-files
asymmetric key cryptography
ATM CLP (Cell Loss Priority) bit marking
audio-video codecs, streaming media algorithms
auditing as requirement for network development
authentication, HTTP
     end-to-end
Auto-RP, configuring
automatic content transformation
automatic RP-to-group mapping distribution
availability
     as requirement for network development
     calculating
avoiding unnecessary CEF processing overhead on outgoing traffic
AVS (Cisco Application Velocity System)



Content Networking Fundamentals
Content Networking Fundamentals
ISBN: 1587052407
EAN: 2147483647
Year: N/A
Pages: 178

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