dynamic routing


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dynamic routing

(networking)
(Or "adaptive routing") Routing that adjusts automatically to network topology or traffic changes.

dynamic routing

The ability for a router to forward data via a different route based on the current conditions of the communications circuits. For example, it can adjust for overloaded traffic or failing lines and is much more flexible than static routing, which uses a fixed forwarding path.
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With dynamic routing, engineers can maintain and setup routing tables with less work when expanding networks.
DoTS is an electronic dynamic routing slip developed to monitor the status and track down slow-moving documents.
This includes parcel pick-up service; easy IT integration of the seller's inventory into the DHL shipping process, end-to-end tracking, dynamic routing and distribution, returns management, etc.
Weather Telematics uses a proprietary vehicle-mounted mobile IoT sensor network and AI machine learning system to generate real-time and predictive road weather conditions, road hazard risk alert notifications and dynamic routing applications.
The location tracking for dynamic routing may use feeds from onboard telematics or other mobile asset tracking technologies, says De Muynck, but dynamic routing also needs an optimization engine that can very quickly devise new routes while juggling the impact of real-time trends in traffic and weather.
Providing control tower visibility, the TMS allows shipping management to leverage monitoring tools including freight optimization, real-time analytics, artificial intelligence, carrier scorecards and dynamic routing. ClearView Audit, clearviewaudit.com.
Daniel Ramot, co-founder and CEO of Via, said, 'Via has developed the operating system that will power the autonomous vehicle fleets of the future, with dynamic routing and efficient matching of multiple passengers going in the same direction.
In Network layer Dynamic Routing Protocol introduced for Forwarding Packets in multi-hop communication.
Advanced Layer 3 Features Dynamic routing simplifies cross-subnet communications in complex networks; Layer 2 switching and Layer 3 routing capabilities; stackable switches enlarge network coverage and improve network resilience.
Their topics include new applications of intelligent transport systems to real-time transit operations, real-time operations management decision support systems: a conceptual framework, the real-time modeling of normative travel strategies on unreliable dynamic transit networks: a framework analysis, time-dependent shortest hyperpaths for dynamic routing on transit networks, and optimal schedules for multimodal transit services: an activity-based approach.
Because most of IP network autonomous regions (AS) adopt the dynamic routing algorithm (such as OSPF), when bandwidths of links are limited, routing of E2E paths will change [4, 5].

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