A program on a Solaris host that runs continuously to handle service requests.
Framing format for T1 data transmission. A D4 frame consists of 192 data bits: 24 channels x 8 bits/channel plus a framing bit. D4 uses 12 consecutive frames to create a superframe.
A framework of software developed at Juniper Networks, Inc. It contains highly reusable cross-platform objects used to implement various products, including IMS AAA Server.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.
Dialed number identification service. A telephone service that identifies what number was dialed by a caller.
An AAA (authentication, authorization, and accounting) protocol defined by RFC 3588 that succeeds its predecessor RADIUS by providing dynamic discovery of its peers, using transport level security, and is more easily extended (can define new command and attributes).
Text file that maps the attribute/value pairs supported by third-party RADIUS vendors.
Disconnect Message. Refers to RADIUS Disconnect, which is the dynamic termination of a previously authorized session by use of a RADIUS request sent towards the access equipment.
Domain Name System.