Service Advertising Protocol is a Novell routing protocol used with RIP.
Service advertisement protocol. IPX network protocol that allows to list available network services.
Service Advertising Protocol. A protocol that provides a way for services to advertise on a NetWare internetwork.
Service Access Points (source and destination) identify protocols from which a packet has come and to which a packet must be delivered.
Service Advertising Protocol. Used by servers to advertise their services and addresses on an IPX network.
Service Advertising Protocol. A protocol used by network devices to advertise the services they are running.
Service Advertising Protocol (SAP)
In NetWare, the SAP broadcasts information about available services on the network that other network devices can listen to. A server sends out SAP messages every 60 seconds. A server also sends out SAP messages to inform other devices that it is closing down. Workstations use SAP to find services they need on the network.
Service Access Point
Service Advertising Protocol. The Novell NetWare broadcasting protocol.
Advertises the multicast conferences/ sessions
Service Advertising Protocol. IPX protocol that provides a means of informing network clients, via routers and servers, of available network resources and services. See also IPX.
This protocol is used on NetWare networks to advertise available network services. For example, a NetWare server uses SAP to let other computers know that it's offering up some shared files. This also stands for "Standard Accounting Program," a program on which some large businesses run their accounting.
Service Acces Point (Punto de Acceso al Servicio) Physical Interfas through which the levels of lower order in the model OSI provide services to those of greater order.
See Service Advertising Protocol.
Service Advertising Protocol. protocol supported under Sequenced Packet Exchange/Internetwork Packet Exchange ( SPX/IPX) protocol, using the servers that advertise their existence and the services they offer, so that workstations can locate them dynamically, without static configuration.
Service access points between network layers.
The Session Announcement Protocol (SAP) is a protocol for broadcasting multicast session information.A SAP listening application can listen to the well-known SAP multicast address and construct a guide of all advertised multicast sessions. SAP was published by the IETF as RFC 2974
Session Announcement Protocol. A protocol used to assist in the advertisement of multicast multimedia conferences and other multicast sessions, and to communicate the relevant session setup information to prospective participants.
Station Average Price â€“ the estimated cost of audience delivery on a TV station, based on advertising cost per thousand for a specific audience category