core router

A core router is a router that forwards packets to computer hosts within a network (but not between networks).

A core router is a router that forwards packets to computer hosts within a network (but not between networks). A core router is sometimes contrasted with an edge router, which routes packets between a self-contained network and other outside networks along a network backbone.

This was first published in April 2007

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