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gated

/gayt-dee/ Gate daemon.

A program which supports multiple routing protocols and protocol families. It may be used for routing, and makes an effective platform for routing protocol research.

ftp://gated.cornell.edu.

See also Exterior Gateway Protocol, Open Shortest Path First, Routing Information Protocol, routed.
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gated

Switched "on" or capable of being switched on and off.
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Complying with recommended Recovery Plans, the Forest Service gated Daniel Boone's Cave Branch Cave in 1989, Well Cave in 1992, and Stillhouse Cave late last summer.
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