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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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Smarts MPLS Manager also offers expanded options for Juniper customers, such as enhanced device support for Juniper ERX plus M and T Series devices, and support for Virtual Routers on ERX.
This enables those manufacturers who have chosen Wind River's proven, reliable VxWorks(R) real time operating system (RTOS) to easily integrate NextHop's GateD code -- not just for basic routing, but also for complex environments including virtual routers and MPLS/2547 switches -- that are ideal for use in large carrier environments.
We now get to the second question which is: Assuming we use overlays, which control plane protocol do we use to program the networking devices at the edge of the overlay (which may be physical or virtual routers or switches)?
This enables those manufacturers who have chosen Wind River's proven, reliable VxWorks(R) real time operating system (RTOS) to easily integrate NextHop's GateD code--not just for basic routing, but also for complex environments including virtual routers and MPLS/2547 switches--that are ideal for use in large carrier environments.
Intelligent virtual routers would, unlike today's devices, have multiple routing policies, allowing traffic to be tightly controlled and managed.
After considering a number of options for WAN optimization, including Talari Networks and Riverbed, Supreme Oil chose ADARA SDN/SD-WAN platform, which enabled the company to take advantage of virtual routers, switches, and compute hosts and run any type of traffic on a single network.
Sirius is exponentially more advanced legacy network routers, virtual routers, network load balancers, and other middleware boxes.
Sirius provides advanced legacy network routers, virtual routers, network load balancers and other middleware boxes.
The SRX Services Gateways represent the highest performing solution supporting up to 120 Gbps firewall throughput while integrating Intrusion Prevention Systems, DoS protection, virtual routers, QoS, and other networking and security features.
The M-series multiservice routing platform is a versatile core and edge solution, reliably supporting Layer 2 services, including ATM, Ethernet and Frame Relay; full Layer 3 services; including firewall, virtual routers, MPLS, VPLS, data encryption, and many other advanced security and connectivity services.
The M-series multiservice routing platform is a versatile core and edge solution, reliably supporting Layer 2 services, including ATM, Ethernet and Frame Relay; full Layer 3 services; and many other advanced security and connectivity services, including firewall, virtual routers, MPLS, VPLS, data encryption.

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