See network access server
ervice) A Windows Server feature that allows remote users access to the network from their Windows laptops or desktops via modem. See RRAS
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ignaling) In an H.323 audio or video system, the RAS is a control channel over which H.225 signaling messages are sent. It provides a central point that all devices monitor for an incoming call signal. See H.225
erviceability) Originally an IBM term, it refers to a computer system's overall reliability, its ability to respond to a failure and its ability to undergo maintenance without shutting it down entirely.
trobe) A clock signal in a memory chip used to pinpoint the row of a particular bit in a row-column matrix. See CAS