Cisco's serial tunneling feature. It enables SDLC or HDLC devices to connect through a multiprotocol network rather than a direct serial link. It encapsulates SDLC frames in either TCP/IP or HDLC and send it end-to-end between SNA devices.

Stun (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Stunned (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Stunning.] [OE. stonien, stownien; either fr. AS. stunian to resound (cf. D. stenen to groan, G. stohnen, Icel. stynja, Gr. , Skr. stan to thunder, and E. thunder), or from the same source as E. astonish. 168.]


To make senseless or dizzy by violence; to render senseless by a blow, as on the head.

One hung a poleax at his saddlebow, And one a heavy mace to stun the foe. Dryden.


To dull or deaden the sensibility of; to overcome; especially, to overpower one's sense of hearing.

And stunned him with the music of the spheres. Pope.


To astonish; to overpower; to bewilder.

William was quite stunned at my discourse. De Foe.


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Stun, n.

The condition of being stunned.


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