Comp Tia Flashcards Set 6 (25 cards) RAID - SNMP

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Comp Tia Flashcards Set 6 (25 cards) RAID - SNMP

  1. 1. COMP TIA FLASHCARDS SET 6 (RAID – SNMP)CIS 140, Susan K. Smith, TVCC,Fall Quarter 2011
  2. 2.  RAID
  3. 3.  Redundant Array of Independent Discs RAID
  4. 4.  A category of disk drives that employ two or more drives in combination for fault tolerance and performance. RAID
  5. 5.  RAM
  6. 6.  Random Access Memory RAM
  7. 7.  A type of computer memory that can be accessed randomly; that is, any byte of memory can be accessed without touching the preceding bytes. RAM
  8. 8.  RAMBUS
  9. 9.  trademarked term RAMBUS
  10. 10.  A type of memory (DRAM) developed by Rambus, Inc. The fastest current memory technologies used by PCs (SDRAM) can deliver data at a maximum speed of about 100 MHz, RDRAM transfers data at up to 800 MHz. RAMBUS
  11. 11.  RAS
  12. 12.  Remote Access Service RAS
  13. 13.  A server that is dedicated to handling users that are not on a LAN but need remote access to it. RAS
  14. 14.  RF
  15. 15.  Radio Frequency RF
  16. 16.  Any frequency within the electromagnetic spectrum associated with radio wave propagation. RF
  17. 17.  RGB
  18. 18.  Red Green Blue RGB
  19. 19.  A monitor that requires separate signals for each of the three colors. This differs from color televisions, for example, which use composite video signals, in which all the colors are mixed together. RGB
  20. 20.  RIMM
  21. 21.  Rambus Inline Memory Module RIMM
  22. 22.  The memory module used with RDRAM chips. It is similar to a DIMM package but uses different pin settings. RIMM
  23. 23.  RIP
  24. 24.  Routing Information Protocol RIP
  25. 25.  An interior gateway protocol defined by RFC 1058 that specifies how routers exchange routing table information. RIP
  26. 26.  RIS
  27. 27.  Remote Installation Service RIS
  28. 28.  A feature of Microsofts Windows 2000 Server. RIS allows a network administrator to install the Windows 2000 operating system to any number of client computers simultaneously from a central location. RIS
  29. 29.  RISC
  30. 30.  Reduced Instruction Set Computer RISC
  31. 31.  A type of microprocessor that recognizes a relatively limited number of instructions. RISC
  32. 32.  RJ-11
  33. 33.  Registered Jack function 11 RJ-11
  34. 34.  A four- or six-wire connector used primarily to connect telephone equipment in the United States. RJ-11
  35. 35.  RJ-45
  36. 36.  Registered Jack-45 RJ-45
  37. 37.  An eight-wire connector used commonly to connect computers onto a local-area networks (LAN), especially Ethernets. RJ-45
  38. 38.  ROM
  39. 39.  Read Only Memory ROM
  40. 40.  Computer memory on which data has been prerecorded. ROM
  41. 41.  RS-232
  42. 42.  Recommended Standard 232 RS-232
  43. 43.  A standard interface approved by the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) for connecting serial devices. RS-232
  44. 44.  RTC
  45. 45.  Real-Time Clock RTC
  46. 46.  A clock that keeps track of the time even when the computer is turned off. RTC
  47. 47.  SAN
  48. 48.  Storage Area Network SAN
  49. 49.  A high-speed sub network of shared storage devices. SAN
  50. 50.  SATA
  51. 51.  Serial Advanced Technology Attachment SATA
  52. 52.  An evolution of the Parallel ATA physical storage interface. Serial ATA is a serial link -- a single cable with a minimum of four wires creates a point-to-point connection between devices. SATA
  53. 53.  SCSI
  54. 54.  Small Computer System Interface SCSI
  55. 55.  A parallel interface standard used by Apple computers, PCs, and many UNIX systems for attaching peripheral devices to computers. SCSI
  56. 56.  SDRAM
  57. 57.  Symmetric Dynamic Random Access Memory SDRAM
  58. 58.  A type of DRAM that can run at much higher clock speeds than conventional memory. SDRAM
  59. 59.  SGRAM
  60. 60.  Synchronous Graphics Random Access Memory SGRAM
  61. 61.  A type of DRAM used increasingly on video adapters and graphics accelerators. SGRAM
  62. 62.  SIMM
  63. 63.  Single Inline Memory Module SIMM
  64. 64.  A small circuit board that can hold a group of memory chips. SIMM
  65. 65.  SLI
  66. 66.  Scalable Link Interface or System Level Integration or ScanLine Interleave Mode SLI
  67. 67.  Technology linking two graphics cards together to provide scalability and increased performance. SLI
  68. 68.  SMB
  69. 69.  Server Message Block SMB
  70. 70.  A message format used by DOS and Windows to share files, directories and devices. SMB
  71. 71.  SMTP
  72. 72.  Simple Mail Transport Protocol SMTP
  73. 73.  A protocol for sending e-mail messages between servers. SMTP
  74. 74.  SNMP
  75. 75.  Simple Network Management Protocol SNMP
  76. 76.  A set of protocols for managing complex networks. SNMP
  77. 77. Set 6 - Complete

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