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ALSO CALLED: End System to Intermediate System Protocol, End System-Intermediate System Protocol
DEFINITION: ES-IS (End System-to-Intermediate System) is a routing protocol developed by the International Organization for Standardization ( ISO ) as part of their Open Systems Interconnection ( OSI ) model. In the OSI context, an end system (ES) is a node or user device; an intermediate system (IS) is a router .ES-IS allows a node or user device located in a particular subnetwork to determine the existence and  … 

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