A 16-bit number used to indicate the AppleTalk network that a node is connected to.
a range of addresses assigned to the Macintosh network
The network field of the Internet address.
The part of an internet address which designates the network to which the addressed node belongs.
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In the Macintosh environment, the routing address or range of addresses assigned to the physical network that AppleTalk Phase 2 routers use to direct information to the appropriate network. Network number is also called network range and cable range.
Network address. A unique identifying number that a network administrator assigns to each separate attached network during installation of each file server or other networked device.
See: network address Network Operations Center (NOC)
Part of an IP address that specifies the network to which the host belongs.
A 16-bit number that provides a unique identifier for a network in an AppleTalk internet.