- adj. computing able to be routed
- to route + -able (Wiktionary)
“Even before their communications blackout, Egypt really was a small part of the Internet in absolute terms, just a few thousand routable networks out of nearly 400,000 making up the global IPv4 address space.”
“Running my own mail server requires me to have a routable IP address.”
“For example, Chinanet, among the nation's largest ISPs, has about 92 million routable Internet addresses, and roughly 950,000 -- or about 1 percent of those addresses -- appear to be sickened with Conficker.”
“Given the fact that the site has been problematic, and has pretty basic coding mistakes pointing Internet users to non-routable addresses, it seems pretty clear that operational QA has been non-existent.”
“Admittedly push delivery only works for people with routable IP addresses, but with broadband penetration over 40% and with syndication between web sites it could go a long way towards saving bandwidth…”
“But "the whole net" in this case is just the routable, persistently addressable machines (i.e., servers).”
“Make sure that the IP address of the port on each end of the tunnel is routable on the network the tunnel runs over.”
“This network must be a unique subnet within the CVC, routable on the network that clients need to reach. bits—The subnet mask.”
“The benefit of encapsulating both fragments, which gives them both routable headers, is that firewalls and routers in the tunnel path might not allow”
“The concentrator then encrypts the data, encapsulates it in a routable IPSec packet, and sends the packet to the corporate VPN”
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