Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of tunnel.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Provided with a tunnel.

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Examples

  • Data is 'tunneled' and possibly this is tricking the ISP into allowing a higher bandwidth.

    Protexx SITH Virtual Private Network

  • Once the lead placement is deemed correct and the therapy is working, the device that generates the stimulation is implanted subcutaneously with the lead "tunneled" over from the therapy site to the device site - all are fully under the skin and stay there.

    Making Light: What future we were making

  • A Translake committee studied 520 from 1997 to 2003, while throughout 2008 a nonbinding "mediation" group of 33 stakeholders, neighbors and officials disagreed, some backing billion-dollar variations such as tunneled Montlake exits.

    The Seattle Times

  • Another way to phrase this relationship is that the VPNs are '' 'tunneled' '' through the provider backbone.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Can you explain in greater detail what you mean by IPv6 traffic being "tunneled" through IPv4 systems?

    Latest from Computerworld

  • The traffic between the client and the remote server will be "tunneled" through the proxy connection.

    Welcome to Linux.com: Your Source for All Things Linux

  • One really unique aspect of GTO is that the city has been tunneled to direct traffic below ground leaving much of the historic downtown open to pedestrians.

    Guanajuato-Spectacular View In Historic Center

  • My veins got tunneled in callus, and eventually the feeling of the blood going back in was a kind of euphoria.

    Dialysis

  • "We're not concerned about viruses because they're tunneled into one area [the guest network] and are not actually interacting with the [core] network," says Mr. Farrow.

    Danger-to-Go

  • If not, "we'll get something we call 'muckbound'—when you get too much material coming out and you can't get rid of it fast enough," said Mike Viggiano , who runs the Skanska division that tunneled under Second Avenue.

    City Grinds Out a Market for Muck

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