Router definition

Router means a modem or router provided by us for use by you in connection with the Broadband Service.
Router means a network device whose primary function is to determine the optimal path along which network traffic should be forwarded. Routers forward packets from one network to another, based on network layer information (L3);
Router means, for purposes of these HV/SIP Provisions, a router, router/switch, or switch approved by CenturyLink for use with the Service.

Examples of Router in a sentence

  • The Purchaser is responsible for Network Configuration, Antivirus, VPN, Router and Firewall, Installation, Configuration, and Setup.

More Definitions of Router

Router means a device that forwards data packets between computer networks, creating an overlay internetwork.
Router means a device established within the secondary repository that transfers data between different components of the repositories system;
Router means equipment which determines the Network priority and, if applicable, the route to be used by the Service.
Router means the high-speed wireless router together with any ancillary equipment (which may include microfilters, wireless USB adapters and other peripheral equipment but excluding the Booster) that we, or our authorised distributors, may sell or supply to you when you subscribe to the Broadband Service that enables you to connect your computer to the internet;
Router means a device or setup that finds the best route between any two networks using IP addressing, even if there are several networks to traverse. Like bridges, remote sites can be connected using routers over dedicated or switched lines to create wide area networks.