A hard wired connection between a computer and the Internet giving the computer an IP address and the ability to function as a Web site. Contrasted to a dial up connection
A connection to the Internet through a dedicated line, such as ISDN.
See PassageWay(tm) Direct Connection.
A network connection from one computer to another made through a permanent and high-speed method such as Ethernet or T-1 connections. Usually leased from a common carrier.
A direct connection links a PC to the Internet via a communication cable, such as an Ethernet line. Many PCs are connected to the Internet over a modem line. A modem connection is not considered a direct connection because a computer user must start an additional process, such as Trumpet Winsock or dial-up networking, before a browser can run.
A permanent connection between a computer and the World Wide Web (Internet).
In simple words, it is the state of being connected with the indwelling spirit (Atman/Self) or inner power of the Real-self and the Supreme Power that sustains the entire universe. Indwelling spirit is an unseen creating energy. When there is nothing or no one in between the person and the indwelling spirit, the connection is said to direct. The direct connection is an art of establshing oneself in one's spirit, performing all one's activities from there and letting the supreme energy look after the results of the individula's efforts. The stronger is our connection, the stronger is the manifestation of all our intentions, desires and goals.
A connection that bypasses the X network transport mechanism in order to access the rendering hardware directly.
a connection between a cue word and a target that is immediate, or needs no connector words
a line such as an Ethernet cable which connects the PC directly to a network without using a modem
a simple straight-through connection without any error connection or data compression
a system connected via the URL list)
A connection that does not use a catalog. A direct connection is faster than a data source connection that uses a catalog, because it does not have to wait for the system to look up information. However, a direct connection cannot access views.
A connection in which your computer becomes an actual computer on the Internet, or is directly connected to the Internet with no host computer intermediary. Requires an IP address.
An always-on type of Internet connection in which the PC or other device is continually connected to the Internet.
Used to refer to devices connected to the Messenger through its RS-232 port rather than through its modem.
The connection of the transmitter to the target line, whereby the transmitter is connected by a (red) wire to the line and another (black) wire to the ground stake. This is the preferred method for placing a signal on the target conductor.
A direct connection between your computer system and the Internet.
A dedicated, direct connection to the Internet through a LAN, with the computer having its own IP address.
A permanent connection between your computer system and the Internet. This is sometimes referred to as a leased-line connection because the line is leased from the telephone company.
A permanent connection between your computer system to a computer network.
An electrical connection to the Internet that is accomplished with an IP address and a node on the network. With a direct connection, you can take advantage of the full capabilities of the Internet and the World Wide Web.
A permanent communication connection between your computer system (either a single CPU or a LAN) and the Internet. This is also called a leased line connection because you are leasing the telephone connection from the phone company. A direct connection is in contrast to a SLIP/PPP or dial-up connection.
A connection made directly to the Internet, which is obviously much faster than a dialup connection.
A connection from your computer directly to a network; much faster than a dial up connection. Examples: Most office computers in OSU buildings and many computers in dorms wired for ResNet have direct connections.
A connection, such as SLIP or PPP, which makes your computer a live part of the Internet. Also known as full IP access.
A permanent, 24-hour link between a computer and the Internet. A computer with a direct connection can use the Internet at any time. See Chapter 5.
A direct connection to the Internet is a connection that can be kept on constantly, and that does not require you to dial in over a regular telephone line using a modem. Connections through ISDN, DSL, cable modems or T1 or T3 technology are examples of direct connections to the Internet. Source: TechSoup.org
The local connection to a network made by a network card, as opposed to the remote connection made by a modem.
Any Internet connection in which you have your own IP address and connect physically and directly to the Internet on a permanent basis via a dedicated phone line or network. WWWebfx Home Page
A connection made directly to the Internet - much faster than a dial-up connection.