Refers to the verbal semantic mode used by network engineers when a manager ask a question that they didn’t understand but think they would like an answer to.
Surprisingly, most such questions originate from in-flight magazines or in the CIO section at Network World and have little foundation in reality or sound thinking on the behalf of the person. _sarcasm mode off_
When someone says, “I don’t understand that technobabble” you can be reasonably sure you are talking to an idiot. Or someone who is rude enough, and stupid enough, to admit that after several years of using computers and networks they still have no idea of what is going on around them.