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PAC file template, macros
packet filtering [See ACLs (access control lists).]
packet flow through CSS
packet forwarding hardware
packet marking
     at Layer 2
     at Layer 3
         IP DSCP field, marking
         marking with IP QoS group value
     class-based packet marking
     with RSVP
packet switching
     CEF
     fast switching path
     process switching path
page-sequence element (XSL-FO)
PAL (Phase Alternation Line)
PAM5 (Pulse Amplitude Modulation Level 5)
parsers, transforming XML to XHTML/HTML
passive-FTP
passphrases
PAT (Port Address Translation)
pattern recognition
PAUSE message (RSTP)
PBR (Policy-Based Routing)
     Layer 3 packet marking
         DSCP field
PDLMs (Packet Description Language Modules)
PEM (Privacy Enhanced Mail)
per-flow load balancing, configuring
persistence reset redirect command
persistent connections 2nd
persistent rebalance command
persistent reset command
PGM (Pragmatic General Multicast)
physical layer (OSI model)
     Ethernet electrical properties
     Ethernet over copper, mechanical properties
     Ethernet over fiber, mechanical properties
PIM (Protocol Independent Multicast)
     Auto-RP, configuring
     Bidir-PIM
     PIM Sparse-Dense mode
     PIM-DM
     PIM-SM
         Bidir-PIM
         enabling
         multicast group registration
         shared trees, creating
     RPF
     RPs, assigning
pipelined architecture (CSM)
PIX firewall ACLs
PKCS (Public Key Cryptography Standard)
PKI (Public Key Infrastructure)
     certificates 2nd
     cryptography
     public key cryptography
PLAY message (RSTP)
policing 2nd
     CAR, configuring
     class-based, configuring
     two-rate, configuring
policy-map command
PQ/WFQ (priority queuing/weighted fair queuing), configuring
Preamble field (Ethernet)
predictor leastconns command
preloading content to CE
prepositioning content 2nd
     multicast-push distribution trees
     unicast-pull distribution trees
prerecorded broadcasts, stream splitting
prioritization as requirement for network development
priority
private key certificate formats
private VLANs in enterprise edge networks
private/public keys, generating on CSM-S daughter card
probability of server farm failure, estimating
procedural markup languages
progressive downloading
protocol analysis
proxy caching, configuring
public key cryptography
publishing points
pull-splitting
push-splitting



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

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