Français : ITINÉRAIRE (COMMERCIAL) Deutsch : FAHRWEG, Fahrtverlauf, Fahrtroute An ordered list of POINTs defining one single path through the road (or rail) network. STOP POINTs, TIMING POINTs and POINTs of other types may be used to define this path uniquely. See also : LINE
a similar navigation problem to the goto just described except that once you get to a waypoint you want the machine to automatically select the next waypoint and continue the navigation without you having to do it manually
The path that all network traffic takes to get from one location to another over phone lines. This often is accomplished though connections made through local telephone switching stations, to get from one host to another. Thorn connections go from your computer, to an outside telephone line, through (potentially) several phone switches, before they reach the local POP you dial into. From the POP, the signal then travels across several circuits before if finally reaches the appropriate machine.
A route in GeoNiche is both a record of coordinates (sometimes called a "Track") and a container for targets. A route can serve either or both of these purposes. A route can represent a hike, driving directions, a trail, how to get back to camp, and more. Routes may belong to a category. When a route has no length, it acts like a container for targets, much like a folder on a hard drive. Targets assigned to a route are not necessarily waypoints on it. You could, for example, have a route showing the roads to travel to get to a certain place with nearby restaurant targets assigned to it. The restaurants don't have to be directly on the path you will travel. They could be blocks, or miles, out of the way. Furthermore, you could have different categories of targets (rest areas, waypoints, scenic views, etc.) assigned to the route.
A process that establishes connections through a network or grid from a source to a destination. A network example would be to establish a route through a network of streets from a fire station to the fire. A grid example would be to move soil particles froma ridgetop to a stream based on equations developed by soil scientists. The determination of these routes usually take into consideration impedances.
Consists of two or more waypoints combined in a course of travel. It provides the automatic capability to navigate through several waypoints, without having to reprogram the unit after arriving at each one. Once programmed into the GPS unit, the route provides the option of navigating forward through the waypoints or in reverse order.
A specific destination IP network, (a group of contiguous IP addresses) on the Internet. A destination IP network may be small or large. All the routes2 available on the public Internet make up the Global (or World) Routing Table
Using internetworking protocols, each IP packet takes a different route to get to its destination. This route, or path, may include many gateways and many physical networks. Computerized hardware that sends packets on their way are called routers.
The path that network traffic takes from its source to its destination. The route a datagram may follow can include many gateways and many physical networks. In the Internet, each datagram is routed separately.
The act of moving a message from its source to its destination. A routing algorithm is a rule for deciding, at any intermediate node, where to send a message next; a routing technique is a way of handling the message as it passes through individual nodes.
A logical delivery path between two IP networks or hosts. When a specific path for a particular network or host does not exist, packets being sent to that host or network are delivered using the sender's default route, which is also known as the default gateway. The routing table is used to hold all the routes (that is, delivery paths) known by a host and can be displayed from the Command Prompt window using the "route print" command. Static routes to particular hosts or networks can be set in the registry using the "route add -p" command. Full command syntax for the route command can be displayed using "route -help".
A set of parameters predefined by SaHaR IT to facilitate routing of traffic between the Gateways/Gatekeepers controlled by an SaHaR IT Member either via ownership or via a partnership with the owner. Along with specifying other parameters, an SaHaR IT Member using the Routing Service assigns to a Route values specifying the details of both originating and terminating Gateways/Gatekeepers.
A set of parameters predefined by PC 2 Phone to facilitate routing of traffic between the Gateways/Gatekeepers controlled by a PC 2 Phone Member either via ownership or via a partnership with the owner. Along with specifying other parameters, a PC 2 Phone Member using the Gatekeeping Service assigns to a Route values specifying the details of both originating and terminating Gateways/Gatekeepers.
A set of parameters predefined by IPCB.net to facilitate routing of traffic between the Gateways/Gatekeepers controlled by an IPCB.net Member either via ownership or via a partnership with the owner. Along with specifying other parameters, an IPCB.net Member using the Gatekeeping Service assigns to a Route values specifying the details of both originating and terminating Gateways/Gatekeepers.
1. The sequence of computerized devices through which information travels to reach its target machine. Each device the information travels through delineates one stage of the route, referred to as a "hop." 2. An entry stored on a computer, telling it how to reach other devices or networks. These entries can be automatically generated when you set up your network and can also be entered manually. They are stored in your local host's routing table.
Route manipulates the kernel IP routing tables. Its primary use is to set up static routes to specific hosts or networks via an interface after it has been configured with the ifconfig(8) program. When the add or del options are used, route modifies the routing tables. Without these options, route displays the current contents of the routing tables. [fromthe man page] Keyword(s): network information, command
Use Route to display a submenu that contains two commands: Distribution and Workflow. These two commands let you define a workflow by creating a router. Distribution lets you create a simple distribution router and Workflow lets you create a complex workflow router using a graphical workflow mapper.
In Rail3D 2kD, every train is associated with a route name. This name is used to determine the direction the train will take at switches, and also whether it will stop at stations, and for how long. This corresponds closely to the way headcodes/train numbers are used on many railways.
General corridor between Downsview Station and Steeles Avenue, linking general subway station locations. These will be developed in Phase One and evaluated in Phase Two of the Environmental Assessment.
A feature class in ArcInfo that is part of the route-system data model used to represent linear features. Routes are based on an arc coverage and are defined as an ordered set of sections. Because sections represent the portion of an arc used in a route, routes do not have to begin or end at nodes. The route attribute table (RAT) stores route attributes. See also route-system and route measure.
A route usually refers to a trunk route. This is a collection of trunks which share many common characteristics, such as trunk type (for example, DID). On the Meridian 1, trunks must be associated with (belong to) a trunk route. Routes are configured in Overlay 16 on the Meridian 1/SL-1.