Nimrod Routing Architecture

What Does Nimrod Routing Architecture Mean?

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Nimrod routing architecture is a routing architecture designed for Internet and WANs. Nimrod routing architecture provides unique routing capabilities by collaborating routing information among different routing domains, where routing is performed by sharing of routing maps as compared to using the traditional method of using routing tables. The routing path is selected by the client itself, rather than the intermediary or switching device.

Techopedia Explains Nimrod Routing Architecture

Nimrod routing architecture provides several significant changes in the overall routing schemes and the inclusion of routing maps. Nimrod routing architecture works by sharing routing maps with the nodes wishing to select paths. These maps include exhaustive detail and arbitration for the whole network. They describe the best available paths for data transfer.

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