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RIPv1 uses local broadcasts to share routing information. These updates are periodic in nature, occurring, by default, every 30 seconds, with a hold-down period of 180 seconds. Both versions of RIP use hop count as a metric, which is not always the best metric to use. For instance, if you had two paths to reach a network, where one was a two-hop Ethernet connection and the other was a one-hop 64 Kbps WAN connection, RIP would use the slower 64 Kbps connection because it has a lesser accumulated hop-count metric. You have to remember this little tidbit when looking at how RIP will populate your router s routing table. To prevent packets from circling around a loop forever, both versions of RIP solve counting to infinity by placing a hop-count limit of 15 hops on packets. Any packet that reaches the sixteenth hop will be dropped. And as mentioned in the last section, RIPv1 is a classful protocol. This is important for configuring RIP and subnetting your IP addressing scheme: you can use only one subnet mask value for a given Class A, B, or C network. For instance, if you have a Class B network such as 172.16.0.0, you can subnet it with only one mask. As an example, you couldn t use 255.255.255.0 and 255.255.255.128 on 172.16.0.0 you can choose only one.
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Fibre Channel A standard protocol for assembling a stream of data into frames for transport over a physical medium from one station to another on a local area network. Fibre Channel is most often found in storage area networks. See also storage area network. field A unit of storage in a relational database management system (rDBMS) that consists of a single data item within a row. See also relational database management system, table, row. file A sequence of zero or more characters that are stored as a whole in a file system. A file may be a document, spreadsheet, image, sound file, computer program, or data that is used by a program. See also file system. File Allocation Table (FAT) A file system used by the MS-DOS operating system as well as by early versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system. file server A server that is used to store files in a central location, usually to make them available to many users. file system A logical structure that facilitates the storage of data on a digital storage medium such as a hard drive, CD/DVD-ROM, or flash memory device. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) An early and still widely used TCP/IP application layer protocol that is used for batch transfer of files or entire directories from one system to another. File Transfer Protocol Secure (FTPS) A TCP/IP application layer protocol that is an extension of the FTP protocol where authentication and transport are encrypted using SSL or TLS. See also File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), Transport Layer Security (TLS). financial audit An audit of an accounting system, accounting department processes, and procedures to determine if business controls are sufficient to ensure the integrity of financial statements. financial management The financial management for IT services that consists of several activities, including budgeting, capital investment, expense management, project accounting, and project ROI. See also IT service management, return on investment. fire extinguisher A hand-operated fire suppression device used for fighting small fires. fire sprinkler system water on it. A fire suppression system that extinguishes a fire by spraying
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So far, we have been using select to return the range variable. Thus, expression has simply named the range variable. However, select is not limited to this simple action. It can return a specific portion of the range variable, the result of applying some operation or transformation to the range variable, or even a new type of object that is constructed from pieces of the information obtained from the range variable. This is called projecting. To begin examining the other capabilities of select, consider the following program. It displays the square roots of the positive values contained in an array of double values.
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One advantage that switches have over bridges, though, is that in a switched VLAN network, assuming your routing function supports VLANs, the switch can handle Remember that each multiple VLANs on a single port and a router VLAN must be associated with a unique can route between these VLANs on the same subnet or network number. single port. This special kind of connection is called a trunk and is discussed in more depth later in the VLAN Connections section. With a bridge, each VLAN must be placed on a separate port of a router, increasing the cost of your routing solution. Cisco has recommendations as to the number of devices in a VLAN, which are shown in Table 13-1. Remember that these numbers are only recommendations from Cisco; however, they are backed by many years of designing and implementing networks. Remember that the information listed in Table 13-1 represents recommendations only: every network and its components are unique. Each network has its own unique characteristics. I once saw a broadcast domain that had almost 1000 devices in it; it worked, but very poorly.
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Once the frequencies are locked, the offsetting can be done. Most analyzers have two main ways in which they will offset frequencies:
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indicates that a two-dimensional array reference variable is being created. When memory is actually allocated for the array using new, this syntax is used:
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specifically the problem that occurred and taking remedial action specific to that error. For the sake of simplicity, the examples in this book will catch only IOException, but your real-world code may need to handle the other possible exceptions, depending upon the circumstances.
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<number> The higher the value of pitch-range, the more "animated" a voice will seem, due to the changes in pitch used in speaking various words. A value of 0 will produce a voice with no pitch variation at all in other words, a flat monotone. The value 50 is defined to correspond to "normal" inflection. Higher values will lead to a perception of more animation in the voice. The number values are raw numbers, not frequency values. Thus, setting pitchNote range: 70 does not mean that the pitch can vary up to 70Hz. In fact, the pitch variation may be more or less than 70Hz, depending on the voice family and possibly a number of other unknown factors. The degree of pitch change for each numeric value of pitch-range is not defined by CSS.
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protocols use only a single metric. For instance, RIP uses hop count as a metric, and OSPF uses cost. Other routing protocols use multiple metric values to choose a best path to a destination. For instance, EIGRP can use bandwidth, delay, reliability, load, and maximum transmission unit (MTU) when choosing a best path to a destination.
For a voltage source v, set v = 0 and replace the voltage source by a short circuit. For a current source i set i = 0 and replace the current source by an open circuit.
This program reads characters entered at the keyboard and determines whether they belong to the alphabet:
Design guidelines for riprap at bridge abutments in this section are based on Stability of Rock Riprap for Protection at the Toe of Abutments Located at the Floodplain, published in 1991 Design of Riprap Revetment, Hydraulic Engineering Circular-11, and Design Guidelines 8 and 12 of HEC-23. 1. Side slopes: For preventing slump failure, the side slope is a signi cant factor in the stability of riprap. It is desirable to decrease the steepness of abutments; thus increasing the stability of the riprap on the slopes. 2. Recommended minimum value for side slopes varies from 1:2 to 1:1.5, (H:V). 3. Extent of riprap protection. 4. Vertical-wall abutments: For vertical wall abutments without wingwalls, wingwalls at 90 or splayed wingwalls, the width of a riprap layer (WR) adjacent to a footing at the river side of an abutment should be the greater of the following: Width of scour hole 2W (W=width of abutment at the base) or 2W/cos ( ) when skew angle of ow 15 X 18 in y cot where X is the width of abutment footing, y is design scour depth at abutment and is the angle of natural repose for the soil, as obtained from geotechnical report. Place riprap around the footings with the slope starting at a distance of a minimum of 1 ft from the vertical face of the footing. 5. Spill-through abutments: For spill-through abutments, extend the riprap around the abutment and down to the expected scour depth. The launching apron at the toe of the abutment slope should extend along the entire width of the abutment toe and around the sides of the abutment to a point of tangency with plane of embankment slopes. The apron should extend from the toe of the abutment into the waterway a distance equal to twice the ow depth in the over bank area near the embankment, not exceeding 25 feet. Figures for typical layouts of abutment riprap for abutments near a channel bank, stub abutments near the top of a high channel bank, and abutments near a ood plain are given by the Maryland State Highway Administration.
This is easy, because the solution we seek is just the value of the integral:
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