Terms Beginning with L

Layer

Each of the groups working in hierarchical order in a system, working in harmony with the service, function and protocol.

Layer 2 Managed Switches

They have the ability to function as independent bridges as they do bridging tasks. Layer2 manageable switches can create virtual networks and isolate traffic from two independent networks. However, when they are not managed (when no settings are made), there is no difference between the switches that cannot be managed.

Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)

Enables multiple protocol traffic to be encrypted and then sent over any media that supports point-to-point datagram delivery, such as IP or asynchronous transfer mode (ATM). L2TP, Cisco Systems, Inc. It is a combination of PPTP and Layer Two Forwarding (L2F) protocols. L2TP takes the best properties of PPTP and L2F.

Layer 3 Managed Switches

In addition to the Layer 2 operating principle, they also work in the L3 layer. IP can be defined inside and can perform the routing process.

LACP is a protocol that allows multiple uplinks to run simultaneously to provide higher bandwidth and redundant connections between two switches.

Local Area Network (LAN)

Local Area Network is a type of network consisting of units such as servers, personal computers, printers with high speed data transfer.

LOG

The recorded events and movements are recorded files. Logs are actively used in many areas, including software, operating systems and servers.

It acts as a carrier for frames to be transmitted to the network layer.

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