Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation Internet Protocol

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An abbreviation of the Latin in præsentia Dominorum, ‘in the presence of the Lords’

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  • noun law, uncountable intellectual property
  • noun countable interpositive
  • noun baseball, countable, invariant The statistic reporting the number of innings pitched by a pitcher.
  • noun biology, uncountable immunoprecipitation
  • proper noun Internet, networking Internet Protocol
  • proper noun Ingress Protection Rating
  • proper noun International Paper
  • proper noun cryptography initial permutation
  • abbreviation grammar Inflectional phrase

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  • noun the sciences concerned with gathering, manipulating, storing, retrieving, and classifying recorded information

Etymologies

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Initialism

Examples

  • IP (Internet Protokol) •IP 2 bilgisayar arasında gönderilen paketlerin yönlendirilmesini sağlar.

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  • Could be a case of ad agencies having the same IP all over that made so many votes in this category come from the same IP#, to the same nominee, so often - which I cleaned up.

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  • In general computer terms, "ping" is a common utility used in a TCP/IP environment to determine if a given [[#IP address | IP Address]] exists or is reachable.

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  • In general computer terms, "ping" is a common utility used in a TCP/IP environment to determine if a given [[#IP address | IP Address]] exists or is reachable.

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  • In general computer terms, "ping" is a common utility used in a TCP / IP environment to determine if a given [[#IP address | IP Address]] exists or is reachable.

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  • & 2 fi done for IP in $*; do for ver in 1 2; do echo - n "Checking $IP connectivity by ssh$ver ..." ssh - q - oProtocol = $ {ver} - oBatchMode = yes \ - oStrictHostKeyChecking = no $IP

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  • & 2 fi done for IP in $*; do for ver in 1 2; do echo - n "Checking $IP connectivity by ssh$ver ..." ssh - q - oProtocol = $ {ver} - oBatchMode = yes \ - oStrictHostKeyChecking = no $IP

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  • $SSH_DIR / identity. pub ` SSH2_DSA_KEY = ` cat $SSH_DIR / id_dsa. pub ` for IP in $*; do echo "You will now be asked for password for $IP" # set - x ssh - oStrictHostKeyChecking = no $IP "mkdir - p

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  • $SSH_DIR / identity. pub ` SSH2_DSA_KEY = ` cat $SSH_DIR / id_dsa. pub ` for IP in $*; do echo "You will now be asked for password for $IP" # set - x ssh - oStrictHostKeyChecking = no $IP "mkdir - p

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  • $SSH_DIR / identity. pub ` SSH2_DSA_KEY = ` cat $SSH_DIR / id_dsa. pub ` for IP in $*; do echo "You will now be asked for password for $IP" # set - x ssh - oStrictHostKeyChecking = no $IP "mkdir - p

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