The interconnection of two or more networks, usually local area networks so that data can pass between hosts on the different networks as though they were one network. This requires some kind of router or gateway.
- Internetwork packet exchange
networking (IPX) A network layer protocol initially developed at XEROX Corporation and made popular by Novell, Inc. as the basic protocol in its Novell NetWare file server operating system. A router with IPX routing can interconnect Local Area Networks so that Netware clients and servers can communicate. The SPX transport layer protocol runs on top […]
- Internet worm
networking, security The November 1988 worm perpetrated by Robert T. Morris. The worm was a program which took advantage of bugs in the Sun Unix sendmail program, Vax programs, and other security loopholes to distribute itself to over 6000 computers on the Internet. The worm itself had a bug which made it create many copies […]
[in-ter-noo r-on, -nyoo r-] /ˌɪn tərˈnʊər ɒn, -ˈnyʊər-/ noun, Cell Biology. 1. any having its cell body, axon, and dendrites entirely within the central nervous system, especially one that conveys impulses between a and a . /ˌɪntəˈnjʊərɒn/ noun 1. (physiol) any neuron that connects afferent and efferent neurons in a reflex arc Also called internuncial […]
- Internex on-line
A rather cheap Internet service provider in Toronto, Canada. (http://io.org/). (1994-11-30)