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- Address registry : An organization, usually at a continental level, that allocates parts of the Internet Protocol (versions 4 and 6) space, as well as autonomous system numbers, and maintains public servers from which information on these allocations can be retrieved
- Border Gateway Protocol : In a set of interconnected networks, the means by which different autonomous systems advertise the destinations to which they offer connectivity
- Circuit switching : Constituent electric circuit of a switching or digital processing system which receives, stores, or manipulates information in coded form to accomplish the specified objectives of the system.
- Default-free zone : Routers in the default-free zone (DFZ) have no default routes in their routing information base; they obtain all their routing information from local configuration and routing protocols, especially the Border Gateway Protocol
- Ethernet : An early proprietary standard for local area networks developed by IEEE Project 802; the term has become generic for various connectors and communications techniques although the name of a standard would be more precise.
- Forwarding plane : The part of the router architecture that decides what to do with packets arriving on an inbound interface.
- Link state routing : A paradigm for drawing the "map" of a network, to be used by routers, based on a model where the direct connections of each router in a scope are flooded to all others in that scope, and they perform a distributed computation to determine the best paths to other destinations from their place in the topology. Larger link state networks, for performance reasons, are usually hierarchical.
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- Packet switching : Network communications method that groups all transmitted data, irrespective of content, type, or structure into suitably-sized blocks, called packets.
- Router : A relay that forwards individual packets based on information in their header; typically an Internet Protocol header
- Routing convergence : The condition that exists when a set of two or more routers agree, either completely or to a generally accepted level of approximation, on all destinations they can reach
- Routing information base : An electronic table (file) or database type object that is stored in a router or a networked computer.
- : Mechanisms that exchange information about the reachability of various network destinations among routers, from which the router control plane builds a "map" of the routing domain
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- Routing : The process of receiving a packet on one interface of a router, validating the packet and forwarding it out the appropriate interface.
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