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  • a bootstrapping node is a node in an overlay network that provides initial configuration information to newly joining computer nodes so that they may successfully join the overlay network?

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Question 1: In communication networks, a node (________ nodus, ‘knot’) is a connection point, either a redistribution point or a communication endpoint (some terminal equipment).
Old LatinVulgar LatinRoman EmpireLatin

Question 2: If the network in question is a LAN or WAN, every LAN or WAN node (that are at least data link layer devices) must have a ________.
Media Access ControlMAC addressToken ringEthernet

Question 3: In network theory or ________, the term node refers to a point in a network topology at which lines intersect or branch[2].
Graph coloringGraph theoryClique problemGraph (mathematics)

Question 4: The definition of a node depends on the network and ________ referred to.
ISO/IEEE 11073OSI modelOpenDocumentMultibus


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