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  • n. Plural form of ethernet.


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  • Some UUCP links are run over local-area networks such as ethernets, sometimes on top of TCP/IP (though more appropriate protocols than UUCP are usually used over such transport media, when UUCP is used it's usual point-to-point error correction code is bypassed to take advantage of the reliability of the underlying network and to improve bandwidth).

    Phrack Issue #18 (Crimson Death's Issue)

  • There are many ethernets connected by TCP/IP over Datakit.

    Phrack Issue #18 (Crimson Death's Issue)

  • The transport layer is UUCP for most links, although many others are used, including ethernets, berknets, and long-haul packet-switched networks; sometimes UUCP is run on top of the others, and sometimes UUCP is not used at all.

    Phrack Issue #18 (Crimson Death's Issue)

  • LAN communications are supported by SCI and GENSER ethernets.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • 4 And Biz saw that the Code was good; and Biz separated the Code from the ethernets.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • 2 And the Web was without Social Media, and void, and the spirit of Biz moved upon the face of the ethernets.

    The Genesis of Twitter


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