Remote reboot is the process of remotely restarting electronic devices by briefly disconnecting them from the power supply (110/230V). The reboot process can be initiated manually (when a customer calls to say something is not working), automatically (a malfunctioning device can be detected) or periodically (week calendar).
Remote restart refers to the process of restarting electronic devices like computers, servers, switches, routers etc. remotely over a network connection. This restart involves performing a cold start, where the device is powered off and then on again by interrupting the power supply, commonly known as power cycling.
REST (Representational State Transfer) is an interface architecture designed for distributed environments. The REST interface can be used for a simple and unified access to resources. A resource can be data as well as application states (if they can be described using particular data). REST is data-oriented.
Backfeeding is the flow of electric power in the direction reverse to that of the generally understood or typical flow of power. Depending on the source of the power, this reverse flow may be intentional or unintentional.
The jack that is most often used for Ethernet 10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps networks. It normally contains 8 pins – 4 wire pairs.
Serial port / serial interface. The most frequently used connector is CANON DB9 (Male / Female).

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