16-compliant multilink protocol, the device bonds together two physical WAN links (T1 or E1) into one logical link, enabling double the bandwidth at a fraction of the cost of acquiring a T3 or E3 connection.
What does MP stand for?
MP stands for Multilink Protocol
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of MP
We have 205 other meanings of MP in our Acronym Attic
- Mr. Pickle's (sandwich shop)
- Multi Premier (cable channel)
- Multi Purpose
- Multi-Player (gaming)
- Multi-Purpose (military ammunition: incorporating elements of fragmentation, incendiary, high explosive, and armor piercing; aka Raufoss type)
- Multicast Protocol
- Multilink Point-To-Point Protocol
Samples in periodicals archive:
3 of the Occam BLC System Software include expanded support for the PPP Multilink Protocol (MLPPP) in copper-fed remote terminals and the recently announced Emergency Stand Alone (ESA) system.
16-compliant multilink protocol, the device bonds together two physical WAN links (E1 or T1) into one logical link, enabling double the bandwidth at a fraction of the cost of acquiring a E3 or T3 connection.
The DL3800s, which work on a proprietary multilink protocol, are already being used in Cable & Wireless' network for high bandwidth point-to-point applications.
Multilink Protocol doubles the data transmission speed by allowing ISDN channels to be bundled.
Point to Point Protocol with support for Bandwidth Allocation Protocol (BACP), and Multilink Protocol (MP).
The DSLPipe-2S supports 768 Kbps over a single pair of copper wires and, using MultiLink PPP or MultiLink Protocol Plus, bonds two lines together for a full 1.
Shiva technology was chosen over competitive technology because both the LanRover Access Switch and the LanRover/PLUS provide added-value features like virtual connections and multilink protocol support which were needed in order to address the unique needs of the WELCOM member organizations.