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PORT is an exhibition of networked digital worlds on the Internet organized by artnetweb.
We are in the planning stages for future PORT projects and we hope we will be working with all of you again soon.
Archives of the six month-long e-mail listserv where PORT was planned and discussed by participants and visitors.
artnetweb.com /port   (0 words)

  Port (computing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A hardware port is an electrically wired outlet on a piece of equipment into which a plug or cable connects.
Hardware port trunking (HPT) is a technology that allows multiple hardware ports to be aggregated into a single group, effectively creating a single connection with a higher bandwidth.
Whether or not network ports are used depends on the transport layer.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Port_(computing)   (664 words)

 Port wine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Port wine (also Porto wine) is sweet, fortified wine from the Douro Valley in the northern part of Portugal; it takes its name from the city of Oporto, the centre of port export and trading.
Port became very popular in England after the Methuen Treaty of 1703, when merchants were permitted to import it at a low duty, while war with France deprived English wine drinkers of French wine.
Traditionally, the wine is passed "port to port" -- the host will pour a glass for the person seated at their right, and then pass the bottle or decanter to the left (to port); this practice is repeated around the circle.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Port_wine   (1424 words)

 Port - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ports often have cargo-handling equipment such as cranes and forklifts for use in loading/unloading of ships, which may be provided by private interests or public bodies.
A fishing port is a type of port or harbor facility particularly suitable for landing and distributing fish.
A dry port is a term sometimes used to describe a yard used to place containers or conventional bulk cargo, usually connected to a seaport by rail or road.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Port   (400 words)

 Define port - a Whatis.com definition
The serial port supports sequential, one bit-at-a-time transmission to peripheral devices such as scanners and the parallel port supports multiple-bit-at-a-time transmission to devices such as printers.
Ports 0 to 1024 are reserved for use by certain privileged services.
For the HTTP service, port 80 is defined as a default and it does not have to be specified in the Uniform Resource Locator (URL).
searchnetworking.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid7_gci212807,00.html   (380 words)

 port; Porto; Port DOC Definition in the Wine Dictionary at Epicurious.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Vintage ports are made only with grapes from the best sites and from the best vintages, and not every year is declared-a port firm won't produce a traditional vintage port in undeclared years (those not considered the best).
Second label vintage ports are produced when a port firm feels that a traditional vintage port should not be declared but that the vintage is still quite good.
Late-Bottled Vintage ports (LBV) and colheita ports (also called single-vintage ports or dated ports) are made from grapes of a single vintage, even though the quality of the grapes is not as high as that for vintage ports.
www.epicurious.com /drinking/wine_dictionary/search?query=port&submit.x=0&submit.y=0&submit=submit   (963 words)

Yet, in spite of it, or because of it, vintage Port is one of the world's greatest wines.
Port takes its name from the city of Oporto that is situated at the mouth of the 560-mile long Rio Douro or River of Gold.
The Port wine region is divided into three sub-zones — the Baixo (lower) Corgo, the Cima (higher) Corgo, and the Douro Superior.
www.intowine.com /port.html   (1787 words)

British naval officers meticulously passed the port from "port to port" — that is clockwise.
Traditionally, the decanter of port is placed in front of the host who then serves the guest to his right and then passes the decanter to the guest on his left.
Before opening, the port should be stood upright for at least 24 hours up to a week (depending on the age of the port) to allow time for the sediment to settle on the bottom.
www.intowine.com /port3.html   (1002 words)

 Special Applications - Port List
Outbound ports are usually not an issue but are listed here for network users who may need to manually configure for a proxy or NAT server or other hardware device.
The 6112 port is needed in both TCP and UDP for StarCraft and Diablo II, and the 4000 port is needed for Diablo II.
Port 7875 is not used by the game, but by UOMonitor, which many players use to monitor server status.
www.practicallynetworked.com /sharing/app_port_list.htm   (1376 words)

 port definition - Small Business Computing Online Dictionary of IT Terms: Powered by Webopedia
On PCs, the parallel port is a Centronics interface that uses a 25-pin connector.
The port number identifies what type of port it is. For example, port 80 is used for HTTP traffic.
To port an application, you need to rewrite sections that are machine dependent, and then recompile the program on the new computer.
sbc.webopedia.com /TERM/p/port.html   (258 words)

 Port Knocking | Linux Journal
Port knocking does not require any open ports, and it can be extended to transmit any type of information encoded in a port sequence.
Because a hacker would not know which ports might be opened on the server side (it is not in the packet afterall, but part of a shared key and password scheme), it would be difficult for a hacker to guess which ports had been opened, but the client would know because of the shared key.
This newly opened port is random and based on a shared key, and could actually be the service you need open running on an uncommon port (the client would either tunnel the port, or start ssh pointed to the right port, for instance).
www.linuxjournal.com /article.php?sid=6811   (4113 words)

 The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: port @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: )
PORT [port] [from Oporto ], fortified wine made in Portugal from grapes grown in the Douro valley; Portuguese law allows only this wine to be called port.
Vintage port is wine of an exceptional year, kept in cask for two or three years, then matured in bottles—much of it for 25 years.
Ruby port, generally a blend of wines of different vintages, is stored in wood and bottled before it loses its clear, red color.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?docid=1E1:portwine   (206 words)

PORT is an exhibition of networked digital worlds on the Internet organized by artnetweb.
We are in the planning stages for future PORT projects and we hope we will be working with all of you again soon.
Archives of the six month-long e-mail listserv where PORT was planned and discussed by participants and visitors.
www.artnetweb.com /port   (421 words)

 Ports for Chemo
Your oncologist may recommend that you have a port or "port-a-cath" inserted in your upper chest wall (the space between your collarbone and your breast) to make chemotherapy easier and more comfortable for you.
The port is about the size of a quarter, only thicker, and will show only as a bump underneath the skin.
A port may be especially valuable for women who might be experiencing some swelling of the arm on the side of their surgery.
www.breastcancer.org /tre_sys_chemo_ports.html   (297 words)

A commonly used and accessed port is port 80, which is the http port.
Users who wish to block ports on their computer or network can use a software or hardware firewall.
Port 12345 is also commonly used by various Trojans such as Netbus.
www.computerhope.com /jargon/p/port.htm   (249 words)

 Targus | Port
Port recognizes that people are spending less time in their offices and more time on the road.
Port cases feature a distinctive handle with two sculpted halves that nest together, enabling your hand to encircle an ergonomic masterpiece that seems to fit every crease of your palm.
All Port cases also feature an internal, lightweight panel construction that keeps your case standing, so you don't have to.
www.targus.com /about_port.asp   (225 words)

 The PC's Parallel Port
Jan's Parallel Port FAQ has answers to frequently asked questions about using, interfacing, and programming the parallel port in all of its modes.
There are various ways for applications to access the parallel port and other I/O ports in PCs, including directly accessing port addresses, communicating with a driver that accessing port addresses and using Windows' built-in drivers.
Supports: port I/O. Supports access under NT by changing the I/O permission map for the process that claims the port.
www.lvr.com /parport.htm#Basics   (2333 words)

 Technorati Tag: port   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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www.technorati.com /tag/port   (547 words)

 TCP/IP Ports
This port is commonly used by HP OpenView Storage Data Protector (formerly HP OmniBack).
The three main ones are LPD ("printer") on port 515, IPP on 631, and PDL-datastream on 9100.
We further recommend that SMTP authentication be implemented on the standard Mail Submission Port, port 587, and that ISPs encourage their customers to switch their mail client software (for example, MS Outlook, Eudora, and so on) to this port.
www.chebucto.ns.ca /~rakerman/port-table.html   (3069 words)

 Miami-Dade County - Port of Miami
This is why the Port of Miami must continue to improve, expand and be competitive as a vibrant and growing Port.
The Port of Miami is conducting Director's Round Table discussions to foster a greater understanding of each Stakeholders role and responsibility now and in the future.
The Port is among the 154 award recipients in the Nation.
www.co.miami-dade.fl.us /portofmiami   (313 words)

 Availability and description of the Port Reporter tool
In this case, the Port Reporter service may detect that the port is being used, but cannot identify the program that used the port because the program is no longer running.
The port can be in a “Timed Wait” state for up to several minutes although the process that was using the port is no longer running.
This tool permits you to track activity on a single port or on all ports that are used by a specified process.
support.microsoft.com /?id=837243   (2438 words)

 USB port - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about USB port
In computing, a royalty-free connector intended to replace the out-of-date COM and parallel printer ports that have been used in PCs since 1981.
The USB allows up to 127 peripherals – including joysticks, scanners, printers, and keyboards – to be daisy-chained from a single socket, offering higher speeds and improved plug-and-play facilities.
This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /USB+port   (253 words)

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PORT NUMBERS (last updated 2007-10-15) The port numbers are divided into three ranges: the Well Known Ports, the Registered Ports, and the Dynamic and/or Private Ports.
Ports are used in the TCP [RFC793] to name the ends of logical connections which carry long term conversations.
synotics-relay 391/tcp SynOptics SNMP Relay Port synotics-relay 391/udp SynOptics SNMP Relay Port synotics-broker 392/tcp SynOptics Port Broker Port synotics-broker 392/udp SynOptics Port Broker Port # Illan Raab
www.iana.org /assignments/port-numbers   (0 words)

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