Line Printer Queue, also known as LPQ, is a general TCP/IP utility on UNIX networks that is used for querying the status of the print queue on a print server.
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Load Balancing is providing access to resources on a group of servers in such a way that the workload of serving clients is shared among the servers.
LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol is an Internet protocol for accessing and updating information in an X.500-compliant directory.
LAN Emulation, also known as LANE, is an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) technology that enables local area network (LAN) traffic such as Ethernet frames to be carried over an ATM network.
Line Printer Remote is a general TCP/IP utility on UNIX networks that is used to send print jobs from clients to print servers.
Logical Link Control, or LLC, is one of the two sublayers into which the data-link layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model is subdivided for data-link protocols used on local...