(US “routing”) /roo’ting/ The process, performed by a router, of selecting the correct interface and next hop for a packet being forwarded.
This is the British and international standard spelling.
See also Exterior Gateway Protocol, Interior Gateway Protocol.
- Routeing domain
networking (US “routing”) A set of routers that exchange routeing information within an administrative domain. (1994-12-14)
noun, plural routemen. 1. a person who works in a specified area or covers a specific route, as a mail carrier or truckdriver. 2. a supervisor who establishes a route for salespersons or the like, maintains office records, and handles customer relations for it. 3. a person who routes work among a group of employees, […]
noun 1. (military) a long training march 2. (informal) any long exhausting walk verb 3. to go or send on a routemarch
noun 1. march in which a unit retains its column formation but individuals are allowed to break step.