auto bypass

auto bypass

[¦ȯd·ō ′bī‚pas]
(computer science)
The ability of a computer network to bypass a terminal or other device if it fails, allowing other devices connected to the network to continue operation.

auto bypass

The ability to bypass a terminal or other device in a network if it fails, allowing the remaining devices to continue functioning.
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It has a patented fail-safe auto bypass feature: the two Ethernet ports automatically connect to bypass the product in the case of a loss of power or as the result of a hardware or software failure.