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routeing

(networking)
(US "routing") /roo'ting/ The process, performed by a router, of selecting the correct interface and next hop for a packet being forwarded.

This is the British and international standard spelling.

See also Exterior Gateway Protocol, Interior Gateway Protocol.
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