Route-ring



noun
1.
any of various tools or machines for routing, hollowing out, or furrowing.
2.
Also called router plane. Carpentry. a plane for cutting interior angles, as at the bottom of a groove.
3.
a machine or tool for cutting into or below a main surface, as of a die or engraving plate.
verb (used with object)
4.
to cut with a router.
noun
1.
any of various tools or machines for hollowing out, cutting grooves, etc
noun
1.
(computing) a device that allows packets of data to be moved efficiently between two points on a network
router
(rou’tər)
A device in a network that handles message transfers between computers. A router receives information and forwards it based on what the router determines to be the most efficient route at the time of transfer.

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