Associations to the word «Routing»
ROUTING, noun. A method of finding paths from origins to destinations in a network such as the Internet, along which information can be passed.
ROUTING, verb. Present participle of route
ROUTING, verb. Present participle of rout
ROUTING, noun. A channel cut in a material such as wood with a router or gouge.
ROUTING LEAK, noun. (internet) The situation where the internal routing table of a network provider is broadcast externally to peered networks via Border Gateway Protocol (usually caused by an error in a boundary router), resulting in incorrectly routed internet traffic for external networks which accept the new routing instruction into their own routing tables.
ROUTING LEAKS, noun. Plural of routing leak
ROUTING NUMBER, noun. (US) An eight or nine digit number used by a banking institution to designate a certain geographic area used to direct and sort inquiries and transactions to the correct district, usually shown at the bottom left of a check
ROUTING NUMBERS, noun. Plural of routing number
ROUTING SLIP, noun. A slip of paper that specifies a route for a document to circulate.
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