System Log is a Microsoft Windows log that records events generated by the operating system. Events logged in the system log mainly consist of information about services starting, stopping, or...
Server Message Block, also known as SMB, is a high-level file-sharing protocol jointly developed by Microsoft, IBM, and Intel for passing data between computers on a network.
Subnetting is the process of partitioning a single TCP/IP network into a number of separate networks called subnets.
Static Routing is a routing mechanism that is handled by the Internet Protocol (IP) and that depends on manually configured routing tables.
SOA Record stands for Start of Authority Record, is the first record in a zone file which defines the general properties of the zone for a name server.
SMDS stands for Switched Multimegabit Data Services is a connectionless, packet-switched telecommunications service with speeds ranging from 56 Kbps to 34 Mbps.