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Part of a DNS domain name, corresponding to a component within a fully-qualified domain name (FQDN).

See Local Area Network (LAN).

last in, first out (LIFO)
A method of queue management where the last item in is the first item out, much like a stack of papers. See also stack.
See line buildout (LBO).

See Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).

See Light Emitting Diode (LED).

legacy method
A method developed by some means other than the current version of ADE; for example, a C program, a shell script or other non-CORBA-compatible routine.

library object (LO)
A common source of information about the known types of objects. There is one library object per TMR.

Library Object Adapter (LOA)
Library routines which provide an interface to ORB services that is convenient for the library object implementation.

See last in, first out (LIFO).

Light Emitting Diode (LED)
A diode, or two-state device, that emits light in one state ("on") and does not emit light in the other ("off"). LEDs are used to indicate problems or diagnostic codes.

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
A protocol (defined in RFC 1777 and RFC 2251) for user information suitable for address books or phone books, based on the OSI X.500 standard.

line buildout (LBO)
Engineering or designing the interface between two telecommunications devices, such as Private Branch eXchanges (PBX).

See library object (LO).

See Library Object Adapter (LOA).

Local Area Network (LAN)
A network of machines generally limited to a local area, such as one or more floors of a building, or nearby buildings. See also network, Wide Area Network (WAN).

Local Support Center (LSC)
A regional or local support center, containing one or more personnel, responsible for local hands-on support of network-related equipment.

Looking up an IP address from its name in DNS. See also reverse lookup.

See Local Support Center (LSC).