Port Sample Clauses

Port. A line card (or equivalent) and associated peripheral equipment on an End Office Switch that interconnects individual Loops or individual Customer trunks with the switching components of an End Office Switch and the associated switching functionality in that End Office Switch. Each Port is typically associated with one (or more) telephone number(s) that serves as the Customer's network address. The Port is part of the provision of unbundled Local Switching Element.
Port. Port is an unbundled component of Exchange Service that provides for the interconnection of individual loops or trunks to the switching components of GTE's network. In general, it is a line card or trunk card and associated peripheral equipment on GTE end office switch that serves as the hardware termination for the end user's Exchange Service on that switch and generates dial tone and provides the end user access to the public switched telecommunications network. The port does not include such features and functions which are provided as part of Local Switching. Each line-side port is typically associated with one (or more) telephone number(s), which serve as the end user's network address.
Port. (1) Construction of the barge loading facility (in this clause referred to as the "port") to be located within the Mineral Lease over an area situate within the Bing Bong Pastoral Lease No. 686 and adjacent Territory waters, shall be the responsibility of the Company.
Port. The following illustrates the implementation of URL configuration in 5.7.5.x. # *** JndiURLs *** # # This list contains JNDI provider URLs for federated servers.
Port. “Port” or “the Port” shall mean and refer to the Port of Seattle.
Port. “Port” or “the Port” shall mean and refer to the Port of Seattle, whose street address for purposes of notice is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Main Passenger Terminal, 17801 Pacific Highway South, Seattle, Washington 98158, Attention: Manager, Aviation Properties and whose mailing address for purposes of notice is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Main Passenger Terminal, P. O. Box 68727, Seattle, Washington 98168, Attention: Manager, Aviation Properties.
Port a. Smart parking control for trucks and loaders An intelligent solution for parking semitrailers in an area provided by the HFA. The purpose of this solution is to improve the traffic and parking situation involving semitrailers.
Port. CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO, a municipal corporation, operating by and through the SAN FRANCISCO PORT COMMISSION By: _ Michael J. Martin Deputy Director, Real Estate and Development Date Signed: Tenant: By: _ Name: Title: Date Signed: EXHIBIT C ORTON DEVELOPMENT, INC. LICENSE FOR PORT-FUNDED SHIPYARD PROJECTS [Attachment on following page] EXHIBIT D PORT-APPROVED OPERATIONS PLAN [Attachment on following page] EXHIBIT E PORT’S EQUIPMENT LIST AND LOCATION MAP [Attachment on following page] EXHIBIT F LIST OF REPORTS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RECEIPT By its signature below, Tenant acknowledges receipt of and represents and warrants to Port that Tenant has reviewed the following documents. Port provides the following information without representation or warranty. TENANT: [INSERT NAME OF TENANT] By: _ Name: Title: Date Signed: By: _ Name: Title: Date Signed: EXHIBIT G WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM [Attachment on following page] EXHIBIT H VEHICULAR CIRCULATION AND PARKING PLAN [Attachment on following page] EXHIBIT I VESSEL UTILIZATION REPORT FORM
Port. The most essential information in TCP and UDP packet is the source and destination port. The IP address identifies a computer in the Internet, whereas a port identifies an application running on the computer. Ports 1-1023 are reserved for standard services and the operating system, whereas ports 1024-65535 can be used by any application. In a typical client to server connection, usually the destination port is known (connection is established for this port or UDP datagram is sent to it). The source port is then assigned by the operating system automatically. PPTP