source route

source route

(messaging)
An electronic mail address which specifies the route the message should take as a sequence of hostnames. It is called a source route because the route is determined at the source of the message rather than at each stage as is now more common. The most common kind of source route is a UUCP style bang path, "foo!bar!baz!fred'. The RFC 822 syntax, "@foo:@bar:fred@baz", is seldom seen because most systems which understand RFC 822 also perform automatic routing based on the destination hostname. A third, intermediate, form is sometimes seen: "fred%baz%bar@foo.com".
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To obtain a suitable source route toward the destination, a sender first searches its own route cache.
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This routing needs source route maintenance, while the use of route, it is needed to monitor the process of the route and notify the sender of any mistake [9].
for compressing source route information after the source route is discovered using DSR [9][10]) gives ODAR the storage, processing and communication efficiencies that make it suitable in the ad hoc network environments.
Every data packet carries the source route in its packet header.
The government's pet project, that seeks to give a way into the wealth of government data, was formally unveiled on 21 January by its advisor Sir Tim Berners-Lee, and features all the principles the inventor of the world wide web stands for--free online information, public sector transparency, open source route to publish official data, potential to mash up and re-use content and the latest 2.
WARSAW, May 14, 2009 (TUR) -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan renewed his country's commitment in a west-bound natural gas pipeline project which is considered as an alternative source route to the Russian gas for European markets.
Pupils, like the school, would be able to use the same software on their home computers for free, and the school headed down the open source route.
Given the numerous software products customers have to choose from, the open source route may be the only realistic way that a heterogeneous, open SMS and HSM will be developed.
There is a trend among customers to go down the single source route for parts and sales to our corporate accounts grew by 24 per cent last year.
Unlike similar solutions, this one does not impose proprietary protocols, and it is able to perform necessary services such as VPN, Internet protocol security (IPsec), source route address filtering, network address translation (NAT) and others.

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