10BaseT: One of several Ethernet adaptations. "T" refers to cable comprising a twisted pair of copper wires up to about 300 feet in length. The network operates at 10 Mbps using baseband transmission (i.e. the "base" in 10BaseT), which means a wire carries one signal, or channel, at a time.

10/100: Refers to the speed of a network or a network card that can operate at 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps.

Alert on LAN: IBM/Intel technology for networked computers that triggers an alert when someone opens the computer's chassis


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