An internetwork in which interior routing protocols are used to control routing.
An autonomous system is a private group of networks and routers. Each autonomous system is administered by a single organization. An ISP is one example of an autonomous system.
Routers in a domain managed by an administrative entity. Routers exchange informations by routing protocols.
Internet (TCP/IP) terminology for a collection of routers under a single administrative authority using a common Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) for routing packets.
a collection of networks that share the same routing and administration characteristics
a collection of routers that shares the same routing policy
a connected group of one or more IP prefixes run by one or more network operators that has a single and clearly defined routing policy
a group of Internet Protocol (IP) networks that adhere to a single routing policy
a group of IP networks operated by one or more network operator/s which has a single and clearly defined external routing policy
a group of networks using a single IGP (Internal Gateway Protocol) for routing information
a group of routers and their associated networks operating under a single technical administration and sharing a set of policies
a network or group of networks under a common administration and with common routing policies
a portion of a network under the same administrative authority
a portion of the network under the same administrative authority
a set of routers and networks under the same administration
a set of routers under a single technical administration
a single network or group of networks that is controlled by a common system administration group and that uses a single, clearly defined routing protocol
(AS) An IP network, or set of IP networks, with a single (i.e. autonomous) routing policy.
A group of routers exchanging routing information by using a common routing protocol.
One network or series of networks that are all under one administrative control. An autonomous system is also sometimes referred to as a routing domain. An autonomous system is assigned a globally unique number, sometimes called an Autonomous System Number (ASN).
A collection of routers and networks that fall under one administrative entity and cooperate closely to propagate network reachability (and routing) information among themselves using an interior gateway protocol of their choice. Routers within an autonomous system have a high degree of trust. Before two autonomous systems can communicate, one router in each system sends reachability information to a router in the other.
On the Internet, an autonomous system (AS) is the unit of router policy, either a single network or a group of network controlled by a common network administrator (or group of administrators) on behalf of a single administrative entity (such as a university, a business enterprise, or a business division).
A group of networks and gateways for which one administrative authority has responsibility. An autonomous system can be small or very large.
A collection of routers under a single administrative authorityusing a common Interior Gateway Protocol for routing packets. Avatar
A group of routers or networks that fall under one network administrative organization. Autonomous systems usually run on a single routing protocol.
Internet (TCP/IP) terminology for a collection of gateways (routers) that fall under one administrative entity and cooperate using a common Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP).()
A network that is administered by a single set of management rules that are controlled by one person, group or organization. Autonomous systems often use only one routing protocol, although multiple protocols can be used. The core of the Internet is made up many autonomous systems.
An Autonomous System (AS) is a connected segment of a network topology that consists of a collection of subnetworks (with hosts attached) interconnected by a set of routes. The subnetworks and the routers are expected to be under the control of a single operations and maintenance (O&M) organization. Within an AS routers may use one or more interior routing protocols, and sometimes several sets of metrics. An AS is expected to present to other ASs an appearence of a coherent interior routing plan, and a consistent picture of the destinations reachable through the AS. An AS is identified by an Autonomous System number.
A range of public IP addresses that are under full control of an Internet service provider (ISP). By means of peering agreement with other ISPs IP packets can by routed on direct ways between the connected ASs.
In the Internet, an autonomous system (AS) is a collection of IP networks under control of a single entity, typically an Internet service provider or a very large organization with independent connections to multiple networks, that adhere to a single and clearly defined routing policy.
In the Internet, an system (AS) is a collection of IP networks and routers under the control of one entity (or sometimes more) that presents a common routing policy to the Internet. See RFC 1930 for additional detail on this updated definition.