Working on networks, I find there's always a need to convert between decimal, hexadecimal, octal and binary.
Then convert each of these groups into one octal digit.
We were taught to convert the usual base 10 into base 6 into base 4, into binary, into octal etc.
To use an access server, you'll need an octal cable.
Yellowstone, which was announced more than a year ago, uses an octal data rate to deliver data rates up to a theoretical maximum of 3.2 Gbits/s.
About the only thing this calculator lacks is the ability to switch from decimal to hex to octal to binary.
All he needs is an octal cable to connect his AS to the other devices we choose to use, and he's all set.
Access servers are devices with an asynchronous port that an octal cable can connect to.
In addition to binary and decimal, computers can also speak in octal and hex.