default route


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default route

(networking)
A routing table entry which is used to direct packets addressed to hosts or networks not explicitly listed in the routing table.
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During his speech, Mr Hinds argued that the default route and measure of success for young people should no longer just be an academic one, and unless Britain drops that mind-set it will never close the productivity gap with its European neighbours an ambition that is more crucial as we leave the European Union.
"We are working on a framework that will allow English learners to test their slang and get answers to their questions more quickly than by booking lessons with me on our website, which is currently the default route for people who need more personalized help," she said.
However as soon as the passenger arrives at the bus stop, this information is transferred to the bus and hence bus can change its default route. As mentioned earlier, the information of the passenger is transferred to the bus through bus stops.
"It's very positive for the further education sector that the CBI are encouraging more young people to think about technical and vocational courses and not just consider university as the 'default route'.
Destinations may be individual hosts, networks, or special destinations used to convey a default route. RIP is based on the Bellman-Ford or the distance-vector algorithm.
In addition, A can maintain a very simple routing table--it need only keep track of the prefixes of the customers that it serves; for all IP addresses outside of A, it can enter a "default route" into its routing table that directs all other traffic to the other ISP.
To solve this problem, the manufacturer used source network address translation over the primary circuit and changed the default route to the secondary circuit.
Ultimately, the FSEs might find that a ship had made an improper route announcement, inadvertently setting itself up as a default route through which all network traffic from other ships would pass (instead of each ship connecting directly to the PRNOC, as specified by standard operating procedures).
For addresses that did not reside on these three backbones, traffic was routed indirectly via the optimum default route for Seanet, MCI.
Since default routes are defined per port, Sonoma Access can provide a passive interface between two IP Internets/intranets with a minimum of configuration.