An addressable entity connected to an I/O bus or network (LAN or SAN). Used primarily to refer to computers (hosts), storage devices (libraries), and storage subsystems, but can also refer to devices such as switches and routers. Every node has a unique network address, sometimes called a Media Access Control (MAC) address.
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