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A power tool used in carpentry for cutting grooves

He made an attractive edge on the table with a router.

A device that connects local area networks to form a larger internet by, at minimum, selectively passing those datagrams having a destination IP address to the network which is able to deliver them to their destination; a network gateway

The router was configured to forward packets outside of a certain range of IP addresses to its internet uplink port.

Someone who routes or directs items from one location to another

The router directed the movement of the company's trucks.

Any device that directs packets of information using OSI layer 3, network layer, information
In integrated circuit or printed circuit board design, an algorithm for adding all wires needed to properly connect all of the placed components while obeying all design rules
A plane made like a spokeshave, for working the inside edges of circular sashes
An intelligent connecting device that can send packets to the correct LAN segment to take them to their destination Routers link LAN segments at the network layer of the OSI Reference Model for computer-to-computer communications The networks connected by routers can use similar or different networking protocols A router may be one or more of the following types: Central Acts as a network backbone, connecting many LANs Peripheral Connects individual LANs to either a central router or to another peripheral router Local Operates within its LAN driver's cable-length limitations Remote Connects beyond its device driver limitations, perhaps through a modem or remote connection Internal Part of a network file server External Located in a workstation on the network (Ref: Dyson, Dictionary of Networking)
(see also bridge) - A protocol-dependent device that connects networks It is useful in breaking down a large network into smaller subnetworks Routers introduce longer delays and have lower throughput rates than bridges Like a bridge, a router restricts local area network (LAN) traffic
Something or someone that routes or directs items from one location to another
The role of a route can be described as a bridge between two or more networks The function of the router is to look at the destination addresses of the packets passing through it, and thereafter decide which route to send these packets on
A device that connects any number of LANs Routers use headers and a forwarding table to determine where packets go, and they use ICMP to communicate with each other and configure the best route between any two hosts Very little filtering of data is done through routers Routers do not care about the type of data they handle
A device that determines the next network point to which a data packet should be forwarded enroute toward its destination The router is connected to at least two networks and determines which way to send each data packet based on its current understanding of the state of the networks it is connected to Routers create or maintain a table of the available routes and use this information to determine the best route for a given data packet
A device on the Internet that determines the next network point to which a data should be forwarded
An active network component that connects one network to another network Routers operate at the network layer of the OSI and work with packets that include logical addressing information
a power tool with a shaped cutter; used in carpentry for cutting grooves (computer science) a device that forwards data packets between computer networks a worker who routes shipments for distribution and delivery
Hardware or software that connects a local network to the Internet Software routers are sometimes referred to as gateways Back to Top S
On the Internet, a router is a device or, in some cases, software in a computer, that directs information packets to the next point toward their destination The router is connected to at least two networks and decides which way to send each information packet based on its current understanding of the state of the networks it is connected to A router is located at any juncture of networks, including each Internet point-of-presence
A device that routes information between interconnected networks It can select the best path to route a message, as well as translate information from one network to another It is similar to a superintelligent bridge
A router connects networks together, controlling the routing of packets from source to destination and providing alternate paths when necessary Routers are more sophisticated than bridges, connecting networks of different types (for example, star and token ring), and making logical routing decisions on the basis of available data Typically a router hands off packets to another router along the path until the destination is reached See bridge
Hardware (or software) that connects a local network to the Internet Routers look at the destination addresses of the packets passing through them and decide which route to send them on Acceptable Use Policy Customer Service Centre: +264 (61) 209 8000
A plane with a hooked tool protruding far below the sole, for smoothing the bottom of a cavity
A communications device between networks that determines the best path between them for optimal performance Routers are used in complex networks of networks such as enterprise-wide networks and the Internet
a power tool with a shaped cutter; used in carpentry for cutting grooves
A network device that forwards packets to destinations that a hub or Layer 2 switch cannot reach A router implements various protocols to maintain information on the location of other routers A router reads the Layer 3 network address information in every packet that it receives and determines whether it should be dropped or forwarded If it is to be forwarded, the router looks in its routing table to find the best route between a sender and receiver
A special-purpose computer (or software package) that handles the connection between two or more networks Routers spend time looking at the destination addresses of the packets passing through them and deciding which route to send them on
A special-purpose dedicated computer that attaches to two or more networks and routes packets from one network to the other; also known as gateways In particular, an Internet gateway routes IP datagrams among the networks it connects Gateways route packets to other gateways until they can be delivered to the final destination directly across one physical network
(computer science) a device that forwards data packets between computer networks
A device that routes data between networks though IP addressing information contained in the IP packet A DSL router routes data between your network and the Internet via the DSL connection
An electronic device that connects two or more networks and routes incoming data packets to the appropriate network
The device that connects multiple computer networks by reading the address information on all data packets The packet information is read, and the packets are then forwarded to the appropriate end station Routers provide more functionality than bridges, which simply connect dissimilar networks
{i} person or thing that routes; hardware device which directs messages across a network to their correct destination (Computers); any of several power tools used to hollow out or furrow into a material
Device that carries IP packets between a pair of networks when the packets' destination host is either on the receiving network or nearer to the receiving network Routers are dedicated to this task and rarely provide other services
On a computer or network of computers, a router is a piece of equipment which allows access to other computers or networks, for example the Internet. a piece of electronic equipment that makes sending messages between different computers or between different networks easier and faster. Portable electric power tool used in carpentry and furniture making that consists of an electric motor, a base, two handle knobs, and bits (cutting tools). A router can cut fancy edges for shelving, grooves for storm windows and weather stripping, circles and ovals with smooth edges, and round corners on work of all types
A system responsible for making decisions about which of several paths network traffic will take, and for keeping track of routing information which is being passed along a network be one of several different possible protocols To do this a router uses a routing protocol to gain information about the network and uses algorithms to choose the best router based on several criteria known as route metrics In OSI terminology, a router is a Network Layer intermediate system See also IP router
A machine with a rapidly revolving vertical spindle and cutter for scooping out the surface of wood or metal, as between and around the engraved parts of an electrotype
A special-purpose computer or software package that handles the connection between 2 or more networks Routers spend all their time looking at the destination addresses of the packets passing through them and deciding which route to send them on
An interconnection device that is similar to a bridge but serves packets or frames containing certain protocols Routers link LANs at the network layer
A device that connects local area networks to form a larger internet by, at mimimum, selectively passing those datagrams having a destination IP address to the network which is able to deliver them to their destination
a worker who routes shipments for distribution and delivery
In networking, an intelligent connecting device that can send packets to the correct local area network segment to take them to their destination Routers link LAN segments at the network layer of the ISO/OSI model
A router is a network-layer device (layer 3 under the OSI model) that connects networks that use the same network-layer protocol, for example TCP/IP or IPX A router uses standardized protocols, such as RIP, to move packets efficiently to their destination A router provides greater control over paths and greater security than a bridge; however, it is more difficult to set up and maintain By comparison, a bridge is a protocol-ignorant media access layer device (layer 2) that connects two networks that use the same access method, such as Ethernet to Ethernet or Token Ring to Token Ring See RIP
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a woodworking plane with a narrow cutting head that will make grooves with smooth bottoms
one-armed router
A special variety of router used to route packets in a VLAN environment. Because a one-armed router uses the same physical link to send and receive traffic to and from different VLANs, this is also known as a router on a stick
IP router
computer which transfers data packets on the Internet
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Responsible for moving IP Packets across the Internet; they read the headers of the IP packets and forward the packet along the best possible route to the packets' destination
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Computers that connect two or more networks
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plural of router
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allow packet forwarding and best path selection (layer 3 logical address devices)
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Hardware and software used to interconnect networks, directing traffic from one network to another
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These are more complex internetworking devices that are also typically more expensive than bridges They use Network Layer Protocol Information within each packet to route it from one LAN to another
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A device, (in some cases software on a computer), that determines the next network point to which a packet should be forwarded toward its destination A router connects through any number of LANs Routers use headers and a forwarding table to determine where packets go, and they use ICMP to communicate with each other and configure the best route between any two hosts Very little filtering of data is done through routers Routers do not care about the type of data they handle A router is often included as part of a network switch (Added: 10/5/99)
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A computer and/or software that connects two or more networks and routes TCP/IP packets of information from its source to its destination They decide which path a unit of information traveling on the Internet will take to reach its destination
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Devices on a computer network which read the destination address of a file and decide the best route to send it
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Devices that enable computer networks to communicate with each other and to access the Internet Term associated with Cisco Networking
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In IEEE 802 local area network (LAN) standards, routers are devices that connect autonomous networks of like architecture at the network layer (layer 3) Unlike a bridge which operates transparently to communicating end-terminals at the logical link layer (layer 2), a router reacts only to packets addressed to it by either a terminal or another router Routers perform packet (as opposed to frame) routing and forwarding functions; they can select one of many potential paths based on transit delay, network congestion or other criteria How routers perform their functions is largely determined by the protocols implemented in the networks they interconnect
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- physical devices deployed primarily at edge and end sites that route network traffic from source to destination   The routers connect local area networks to the MNT, which is a wide area network    Routers operate on network layer information and participate in running one or more network layer routing protocols The Multi-Use Network utilizes Cisco model 8230 routers at the larger network aggregation points and Cisco model 6509 routers at the smaller network aggregation points  
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A network traffic-managing device or in some cases, software in a computer, that sits in between sub-networks and determines the next network point an information packet should be sent A router is located at any gateway Search Engine A database, or index that can be queried to help you find information on the World Wide Web For example, AltaVista (Keyword: AltaVista) and Yahoo (Keyword: Yahoo)
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Path switches of computer networks
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