routing message

routing message

[′rüd·iŋ ‚mes·ij]
(communications)
The function performed at a central message processor of selecting the route, or alternate route required, by which a message will proceed to the next point in reaching its destination.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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On the other hand, dynamic QoS metrics can represent the instantaneous network status, but high routing message overhead is incurred due to the fluctuation of dynamic QoS metrics over time.
It can authenticate the routing message using highly efficient symmetric cryptographic primitives.
Thus, in order to fulfill the transformation from optimal path in road network to shortest networking routing in smart camera network, delay is needed before the broadcast of every routing message to indicate the traffic condition on the real road.
Energy Dissipation per Round: It is the amount of energy spent for routing message in one round.
Ensures that the sender of the routing message cannot deny having sent the message.
Profile information includes receiving fax number, cover sheet routing message, cost center reporting data, arid payment information (credit card, or Uncover account).
In order to make the right routing decisions for a group of routers in the same partition, it must meet the condition in which the root controller must be able to receive the topology message of IGP and the routing message of BGP in this partition.
An extensible security framework is proposed to protect the integrity of routing message exchange.
The software instantly determines where each call should be sent--based on routing instructions defined by NDS staff--and issues a routing message back over the D channel to the same location.
In the existing method the route from source to destination is obtained using the sequence number and by calculating the hop count of the routing message, this is done by using a Reactive (On-Demand) Routing Protocol.
The two most important operations of network layer are routing message and packet forwarding operations.