A database maintained on every router with information on paths to different networks.
A database containing network node and terminal addresses as well as the path to be used in transmitting data between nodes.
Table associated with a network node that states for each message (or packet) destination the preferred outgoing link that the message should use.
Table stored in a router or some other internetworking device that keeps track of routes to particular network destinations and, in some cases, metrics associated with those routes.
a dynamic (at least in Linux) table that controls how network packets are routed in a given machine
a file, maintained within a router and also on at least one of the hosts that it serves, which contains entries for all nodes on a network that packets must be directed to, and the router or gateway through which the data may pass
a list of destinations known to the Pipeline
a set of rules, often viewed in table format, that is used to determine where data packets traveling over an Internet Protocol (IP) network will be directed
a simple set of rules that tell what will be done with network packets
a table maintained in each AppleTalk router and contains a list of all network numbers or ranges on the internet and their associated hop counts
a table stored on a router or other internetworking device which keeps track of routes to particular network destinations
Call handling instructions input to an automatic call distribution system, listing each incoming trunk and the steps that the calls go through. Also refers to incoming digit translation files in a PBX system's memory, instructing the system on which extension to route a call to. Also refers to a list of paths or connections through a network kept in the memory of the router, or a data filed stored in a router that keeps track of routes to network destination addresses and their circuit reference ports on the router.
See call routing table.
A database of routing information held by routers.
Initialized and maintained by routing algorithms to aid the process of optimal path determination.
The set of information the kernel uses in "routing" network data around. It contains such tidbits as where your default gateway is, which network interface is connected to which network, etc.
A table used to provide directions to other networks and hosts.
A table stored in a router or some other internetworking device that keeps track of routes (and, in some cases, metrics associated with those routes) to particular network destinations.
A collection of path information through which hosts or networks can communicate with each other.
A database of routes containing information on network IDs, forwarding addresses, and metrics for reachable network segments on an internetwork.
A table with entries for every route known to the local device. Entries contain data such as the destination address, next-hop address, and various route metrics.
Information stored within a router that contains network path and status information. It is used to select the most appropriate route to forward information along.
A directory contained in a router's memory that contains the addresses of other networks or devices and how to reach them.
The Routing Table defines which interface should transmit an IP packet based on destination IP information.
A list of valid paths through which data can be transmitted.
A table or database of routing paths and decision variables that allows a router to send packets on to the correct destination. Routing tables are maintained both by humans and computers. WWWebfx Home Page
A database that tells the router how to send packets to various destinations.
The table holding a list of valid paths through which hosts can communicate with other hosts. The routing table can hold static routes and dynamic routes.
Common database of routes learned from one or more routing protocols. All routes are maintained by the JUNOS routing protocol process.
Routing tables are a computer networking term, referring to a database on a router, used to store that routers' information on the topology of the network. It is used to direct forwarding by matching destination addresses to the network paths used to reach them. The construction of routing tables is the primary goal of routing protocols.