virtual router


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virtual router

(1) A router implemented in software in a server rather than a stand-alone, dedicated device. See router and NFV.

(2) A wireless router implemented in software in a computer with wired Internet access and Wi-Fi capability. See wireless router and NFV.
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The former are virtual routers emulated by Dynamips, the latter are physical routers or virtual routers emulated by other simulators.
These services, including VPN-enabled broadband, integrated Internet access and extranets, combine network-based firewalls, IPSec and MPLS VPN technologies, and virtual routers to connect islands of broadband-enabled sites into the corporate WAN.
In this section, we suggest an isolated virtual cloud network using a Xen-based virtual router.
New Netvisor capabilities include enhanced vflow programmability with C' and Java APIs, Active-Active Virtual Link Aggregation Groups, Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol, and the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol.
enterprise-class features such as Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol - router redundancy for existing installations
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) support provides seamless hot-standby switchovers to redundant SATELLAR or other VRRP supporting network device.
Brocade has launched the Brocade Vyatta 5600 vRouter, a virtual router designed to be capable of providing advanced routing in software without sacrificing the reliability and performance of hardware networking solutions.
By leveraging the accelerated vSwitch in the Titanium Server platform, the Brocade 5600 virtual router will aim to deliver best-in-class virtual routing performance the key to maximizing the overall subscriber capacity of the vBCPE, and in turn, one of the keys to advancing in the New IP era of networking, said Michael Bushong, vice president of product management, software networking, Brocade.
Ericsson router portfolio and mobile backhaul/fronthaul: Router 6000 for mobile backhaul as well as fixed and enterprise applications; Ericsson Virtual Router used as virtual data center gateway; SSR8000 for fixed mobile convergence and multiple network access; Ericsson fronthaul solutions.
Nexaira's BC-II extends enterprise or corporate networks over cellular broadband as well as supports traditional DSL, cable, T1 or Ethernet, providing automatic failover with anti-flap and Virtual Router Redundancy Protocols ("VRRP") to ensure network stability.
Object Manager is to establish a network and security system, which includes the purchase of equipment for the expansion of network and security systems, physical installation and connection of equipment, configuration switches for receiving infrastructure components, installation and configuration of security devices, electricity distribution network traffic, virtual router, connecting to multiple Internet service providers and prepare the prerequisites for connecting components of the system to the Internet.

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