from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a method of finding paths from origins to destinations in a network such as the Internet, along which information can be passed
- n. cutting a channel in a material such as wood using a router
- v. Present participle of route.
- v. Present participle of rout.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Somehow or other Blue Goose took a wrong turn in the network, what they call a routing error.
The work a router does it called routing, which is somewhat like switching, but a router is different from a switch.
I reckon I'm going to just let this post serve as a reminder, and wait and see if the direct link has any effect in routing passing interest that converts to the donations required to spur the next release.
Most of the routing is popular gambling routes, but the Grapevine route in California may be a real problem route.
Matt Bassett, chair of the TOC, said a lookout noticed that trains were coming, but Metro's Operations Control Center never notified the workers of the change in routing as required as part of safety protocol.
Bassett said Metro's Operations Control Center had not notified the workers of the change in routing, as required under safety protocol.
And aviation is flexible not only in routing but in size of equipment used on given routes, in ways that rail cannot be.
Instead, I came up with a different mechanism which has the flexibility to have whatever routing is desired, in whatever direction is desired.
NYSE spokesman Raymond Pellecchia Jr. said the change to Arca's routing is "better for the customer experience obviously," following the incidents with Anadarko and Washington Post, but because its other exchanges have designated market makers with obligations to keep trading orderly, the NYSE didn't see a need to alter their routing procedures.
Part of my problems in onion routing is getting things set-up right for effective speed.
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