Definition

Routing

A network-layer service that determines how to deliver an outgoing packet of data from sender to receiver. Routing entails several methods for managing delivery and requires error-and status-reporting so that senders’ can determine if they are reaching their receivers.


Routing is the phase of production control that determines the sequence of work throughout the facility and specifies who will perform each aspect of production at what location


The process of moving data across multiple networks via routers, is called routing.


Routing is the production control step in which a logical sequence is established for the operations that the product must undergo on its way to completion.

Webster Dictionary Meaning

1. Routing
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