Routing that changes by itself as the internetwork changes.
A method of WAN transmission that uses a router to select the most appropriate path for each section of data packet transmission along a network.
Routing which automatically adjusts itself to the network where it is, without needing to know specified routes.
Routing that adjusts automatically to network topology or traffic changes.
The process of real-time routing changes in response to network changes. Dynamic routing software adjusts routes based on the routing update messages it receives, then distributes update messages about its new routes.
A technique for directing messages through a network in which the rules for where messages go and by what path can be changed as circumstances change.
Routing that adjusts automatically to changes in network topology or traffic.
The use of routing protocols to update routing tables. Dynamic routing responds to changes in the internetwork topology.
In demand-response transportation systems, the process of constantly modifying vehicle routes to accommodate service requests received after vehicles begin operations, as distinguished from predetermined routes assigned to a vehicle.
A type of routing where a host or router talks to adjacent routers to learn what networks each router is connected to. Subsequently, the kernel's routing tables are updated when the router learns new information. There are many routing protocols including Interior Gateway Protocols (RIP, OSPF) and Exterior Gateway Protocols (EGP and BGP).