The iSCSI standard also specifies the use of existing Service Location Protocol (SLP), the enhanced dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) and the new Internet Storage Name Service (iSNS) for service discovery and name resolution to facilitate deployment and enable the management of large IP SANs.
What does SLP stand for?
SLP stands for Service Location Protocol (RFC 2608)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Second Language Proficiency (examination)
- Second Life Project (various organizations)
- Seiko Label Printer
- Self Loading Pistol (firearms)
- Senior Law Project (various locations)
- Sensor Link Protocol
- Serial Link Protocol
- Serious Leisure Perspective (psychology and sociology)
- Service Learning Program
- Service Level Plan
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The protocols currently under investigation include Jini[TM], Universal Plug and Play, and the Service Location Protocol.
The protocol is built on existing standards, including DNS, dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) and service location protocol (SLP).
in conjunction with industry leaders Novell and Sun Microsystems is adopting and implementing the Service Location Protocol (SLP) to simplify the management and use of networked devices and services.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 2, 1999-- The Service Location Protocol working group of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Wednesday announced ratification of the Service Location Protocol (SLP), v2.
In addition, Axis is adopting and implementing the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Service Location Protocol (SLP) standard to simplify the management and use of networked devices and services (see separate release).
Readers will find out about: -- Configuring a Pure IP network and NetWare 5 IP clients -- Managing Domain Name Services (DNS) -- Locating services on Pure IP networks using Service Location Protocol (SLP) -- Migrating to Pure IP -- Adding and managing an FTP server -- Building a Web server About the Book "Novell's Guide to NetWare 5(R) and TCP/IP" By Drew Heywood ISBN: 0-7645-4564-7 Price: $49.
0 makes sharing Macintosh files through Internet protocols as easy as sharing the same files through AppleTalk, and is the first Macintosh product to utilize the Internet-standard Service Location Protocol (SLP).