has announced that it has added native support for Microsoft Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) protocol in AITANA, the latest member of its UPA-compliant 200Mbps powerline communications product family.
What does LLTD stand for?
LLTD stands for Link Layer Topology Discovery
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For developers, Ubicom's software development kit (SDK) includes a robust implementation of the features required for qualification such as: * Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) protocol, which enables users to discover and manage their devices with the Network Explorer and Network Map features in Windows Vista * Wi-Fi Protected Setup / Windows Connect Now (WCN) Config 2.
The demonstration will show how a new Microsoft technology called Link Layer Topology Discovery ("LLTD") will automatically detect multiple network devices and indicate, in graphical form, how they are interconnected.