Definitions for "Peer"
Keywords:  viscount, nobleman, baron, earl, duke
A nobleman; a member of one of the five degrees of the British nobility, namely, duke, marquis, earl, viscount, baron; as, a peer of the realm.
A nobleman that is a duke, marquis, earl, viscount, or baron, all such titles being hereditary and entitling the owner to a seat in the House of Lords.
Generally a class-descriptive term applied to those of baronialHouse of Lords. Over time, the word has come to describe the members of the ‘greater nobility' who ruled over the general knightly classes.
Keywords:  bgp, ipsec, ike, router, endpoint
Another endpoint or an extension with which you want to communicate.!-- if (navigator.appName=="Netscape") { document.write("img src='separation.bmp' x-maintain-ratio='TRUE' height='14' width='687' border='0'");} else { document.write("img src='separation.bmp' x-maintain-ratio='TRUE' style='border-style: none; height: 14px; float: none; width: 687px;' height='14' width='687' border='0'");
Connected party that is willing to exchange IP traffic with you through the exchange of (BGP) routing information.
a BGP router that establishes a connection with BGP speaker and exchanges message router that sends, receives, and processes BGP messages
In a network without a central server, each single station in the network group is called a "peer".
Any of the devices on a layered communications network that operate on the same protocol level.
a piece of software, running on a network device, which manages a specific MIB module. A peer receives requests from, and issues responses to, an SNMP agent via the SMUX protocol.
(1) (n.) In networking, a hardware or software unit that is in the same protocol layer as another unit.(2) (n.) In Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), an individual computer at one end of a PPP communications link, which consists of two peers that are connected by communications media. You can configure many types of computing equipment as a peer, such as a workstation, personal computer, router, or mainframe.
the PPP implementation at the other (far) end of the link.
a computation environment which is external to ECLiPSe, either in the sense of being a different computer language or being a different process, possibly on a different machine
One of the same rank, quality, endowments, character, etc.; an equal; a match; a mate.
To make equal in rank.
To be, or to assume to be, equal.
To look narrowly or curiously or intently; to peep; as, the peering day.
look searchingly; "We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around"
Keywords:  pelican, laurel, knight
A Knight, Laurel, or Pelican
Acronym for the Program for Extraordinary Experience Research, founded by Harvard University professor of psychiatry John Mack.
a bandwidth provider that carries data from our centre to the internet POP An acronym for Point of Presence, POP is a service provider's location for connecting to users
a faculty colleague with expertise in content, curricula design, pedagogy, and learner assessment
A professional artist or arts professional experienced in an applicantâ€(tm)s discipline or working in the same artistic tradition or context as the applicant whose work is being assessed.
Keywords:  condizione, coetaneo, pari, per
"pari per età o condizione; coetaneo"
a structure with the three values AETitle, HostName, PortNumber seperated with white spaces and commas and enclosed with "(" and ")"
a client/server listening on a TCP port that implements the BitTorrent protocol
pirch port
Program for Educational Enrichment and Retention is a mentoring program available to all students in the College of Engineering and Science who identify themselves as ethnic minorities. PEER also has a file of old exams any student can use to study for tests. Location: 104 Riggs
Pacific Earthquake Engineering Center
Keywords:  leecher, proven, otherwise
a leecher until proven otherwise
A subcategory that has the same parent category as another.
Another news server that connects to exchange news through a newsfeed.
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
a person from a similar economical, social, religious, geographical, environmental, historical and racial background
Keywords:  supernode, session, node, hosted, part
a node that is part of some session which is hosted by the SuperNode
two or more system components that are mutually interdependent for services.
any security that is comparable. Stocks in the same industry of similar market cap are peers; mutual funds that invest in the same sector, market cap and region are peers.
Keywords:  clerk, knows, read
a clerk, though he knows not how to read
Keywords:  sight, come, appear
To come in sight; to appear.
Keywords:  journal, reviewed, see
Reviewed Journal see Journal
Keywords:  isp, relationship, one
An ISP with which one has a peering relationship.
Keywords:  excelled, person, three, areas, one
a person of the
a person who has excelled in one of three areas
Keywords:  whom, module, maintain, help, owner
a person whom the Owner has designated to help maintain the Module
Keywords:  client, server
a server that is also a client
Keywords:  house, cell
Cells in the same house. Each cell has 20 peers