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source route bridging

A communications protocol in which the sending station is aware of all the bridges in the network and predetermines the complete route to the destination station before transmitting. Token Ring uses this method. Contrast with transparent bridge. See SRT.
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Chief Minister directed the SRB officials to hold meetings with federation officials to solve all issues amicably.
The assignment of SRB is one demonstration of our commitment in this Islamic hub and we look forward to working closely with them and the assembled scholars of the Committee to accelerate the growth of our bank.
With SRB split roller bearings, the spherical location between the bearing housing and the support pedestal ensures that under conditions of shaft misalignment, and irrespective of the type of seal used, the seal always remains concentric to the shaft.
The number of SRB increased rapidly from day three to day seven and achieved the maximum at 1.
While many applications may require super high precision or zero maintenance designs, there remains a large market for the more general purpose, heavy duty design of SRB, this is further addressed by the 222 and 223 series.
We are currently serving 22 per cent of the listed co-operative insurance companies in Saudi Arabia," SRB chief executive Yasser Dahlawi said.
David Wright, 32, joins SRB Legal from Bristol-based law firm Clarke Willmott LLP.
The Financial Services Authority said the market has been halted after it carried out a review of all regulated SRB firms to protect "vulnerable" customers.
SRB is a program that is used exclusively to retain Sailors with critical skills.
Two particular SRB have been strongly associated with HIV in the general population: multiple sexual partners (12) and inadequate condom use (1).
As some studies have shown that lipid-lowering drugs reduce osteoporosis, we investigated the effect of SRB on bone metabolism in the postmenopausal period using an ovariectomized (OVX) murine model.