Terms Letter: G
A TCP/IP host(e.g computer or other hardware or software device) that has access to two or more different LAN networks. As such, it can forward messages across networks that other hosts would not be able to access.
A term to describe Ethernet at 1000Mbit/sec as opposed to 10Mbit/sec (just called Ethernet) or the Fast Ethernet that runs at 100Mbit/sec
1024 Megabytes (MB). 2^30 bytes, or 1,073,741,824 bytes.
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
GUI is an object-oriented display format that allows the user to select from menus and icons, using either a mouse or keystroke commands. GUI displays are typical of the Macintosh and Windows environments. However these days there are a lot of GUI solutions for Linux desktop computers – RedHat, Mandrake have KDE and Gnome available as GUI