Building Automation and Control Networks (BACnet) is a communications protocol designed to allow communication of building automation and control systems for applications such as heating, ventilating, air-conditioning control, lighting control, access control, and fire detection systems and their associated equipment.
Banyan VINES Internet Protocol. Banyan Virtual Integrated Network Service(VINES) was acomputer networkoperating systemand the set of computernetwork protocolsit used to talk to client machines on the network.Banyan Systemsran as a collection of services on top of AT&T System 5Unix, and based its core network protocols on the archetypicalXerox XNSstack.
Big Brother (BB) is a tool for systems and network monitoring, generally used by system administrators. Big Brother produces HTML pages containing a simple matrix of hosts and tests with red and green dots to denote system status.
The Bundle Discovery Protocol is used to determine where the Bundle Head is in a Multi-link PPP (MP) Link Control Protocol (LCP) phase. When a user dials into a Remote Access Server (RAS) and negotiates an MP connection in the LCP phase, the RAS must determine if a Bundle Head exists, and if not create it.
Background File Transfer Program (BFTP) is a file transfer service that is built upon the third-party transfer model of FTP. It performs file transfer asynchronously and eliminates requirement for a human user to be directly involved at the time that a file transfer takes place.
The Border Gateway Multicast Protocol (BGMP) is an IETF on-going project in an attempt to design a true inter-domain multicast routing protocol. BGMP should be able to scale in order to operate in the global Internet.
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a protocol designed to share network information (for example network reachability) between autonomous systems (AS). According to the information, the BGP routers build/modify their routing tables. The protocol was designed to replace the Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP).
Binary over HTTP represents the transfer of binary data (for example, executive and compressed files such as .exe, .zip , and .rar) over HTTP protocol.
BitTorrent is a p2p file sharing protocol used for distributing files over the internet. It identifies content by URL and is designed to integrate seamlessly with the web. The BitTorrent protocol is based on a BitTorrent tracker (server) that initializes the connections between the clients (peers).
BitTorrent Networking is the part of the BitTorrent protocol responsible for acquiring peers from the tracker, DHT network or any other means, and initiating data transfer sessions between the client and these peers.
Blogger is a blog-publishing service that allows private or multi-user blogs. The blogs are hosted by Google at a sub domain of blogspot.com. It enables to create or edit new or existing blog and share it with viewers. in addition it enables features such as: label organization, drag-and-drop template editing interface, reading permissions for private blogs and more.
BNA is a software architecture and associated products that connect enterprise servers, V Series information hubs, CTOS workstations, and other devices so that the resources at one can be used at another. These resources include files, programs, and processors.
Deployment Server for Java (DSJ) is a deployment service. It is a part of Jbuilder, an integrated development environment (IDE) for the programming language Java, originally developed by Borland Software Corporation.