destination address


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destination address

[‚des·tə′nā·shən ə′dres]
(computer science)
The location to which a jump instruction passes control in a program.
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In anycast, there is also a one-to-many association between network addresses and network endpoints: each destination address identifies a set of receiver endpoints, but only one of them is chosen at any given time to receive information from any given sender,
Once you join the platoon, you would dial in the destination address and turn your car on autopilot.
Each virtual circuit is identified by the Cipher X 7200 by its source and destination address, and can be designated as plain, cipher, or blocked.
As a local bridge, LANLine 5220 ensures that complex networks achieve optimum performance by providing wire rate filtering and forwarding, source and destination address filtering, and protocol filtering.
com, a data quality software and services provider, reminds mailers to verify the destination address and include the ZIP+4 code to ensure faster processing and timely delivery.
It is a compact representation of the destination address used for automatic sorting of mail.
It's ironic that the property which saw so many world changing technological innovations during the period of AT&T's tenancy has again become a destination address for tech and new media companies," said David C.
The beginner's guide on Centro's website includes a journey planner which will plot the best route for any commuter just by typing in their home and destination address or postcode.
The destination address is a combination of a Target I.
The solution enables users to digitize and manage paper-based information by simply scanning in a picture, form or document and selecting a destination address from the distribution list on the AXIS 70U Network Document Server.