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Router Basics - Ruby - About.com
Router Basics. The core of any Ruby on Rails web application is the data to be accessed. Instead of giving you a thin layer over the HTTP server and saying ...
http://ruby.about.com/od/rails3tutorial/ss/Router-Basics.htm
What is Routing - Packet Routing in IP - Voice Over IP - About.com
Routing is the same as switching (with some very technical differences, which I will spare you from). IP routing uses IP addresses to forward IP packets from their  ...
http://voip.about.com/od/voipbasics/a/IPRouting.htm
What Is a Router (for Computer Networks)? - Wireless/Networking
Definition: Routers are small physical devices that join multiple networks together . Technically, a router is a Layer 3 gateway device, meaning that it connects ...
http://compnetworking.about.com/cs/routers/g/bldef_router.htm
Getting the Most From Your Router - Woodworking Tips
With a woodworking router and a few router bits, you can apply literally hundreds of various shapes to the edge of a board. Most router bits are versatile enough ...
http://woodworking.about.com/od/toolsequipment/tp/WoodworkingRouters.htm
TCP / IP Network Routing Table Definition - Wireless/Networking
A routing table is used by computer network routers to determine the destinations of messages it is responsible for forwarding. The routing table is a small ...
http://compnetworking.about.com/od/hardwarenetworkgear/f/routing_table.htm
Home Network Routers - Wireless/Networking - About.com
DSL and cable modem routers are often used in homes and small businesses, while other types of network routers are also used on the Internet.
http://compnetworking.about.com/od/routers/
Choosing Proper Router Bit Speeds - Woodworking Tips
In this woodworking article, you'll find a chart with guidelines for the maximum recommended speeds for each size of router bit.
http://woodworking.about.com/od/safetyfirst/a/RouterBitSpeeds.htm
Avoid Splinters When Routing (Woodworking Ideas)
When routing strongly-grained wood such as oak, particularly when going against the grain, the wood can easily splinter or have chunks taken out, leaving a ...
http://woodworking.about.com/od/dealingwithproblems/p/RouterSplintering.htm
Tips to Reduce Router Tear-Out - Woodworking - About.com
When using a router for applying profiles to the edges of a piece of stock, one thing that every woodworker must deal with is the potential for tear-out. Router ...
http://woodworking.about.com/od/dealingwithproblems/p/ReduceRouterTearOut.htm
What Is a Layer 3 Switch? (Network Routing) - Wireless/Networking
Traditional network switches operate at Layer 2 of the OSI model while network routers operate at Layer 3. This often leads to confusion over the definition of ...
http://compnetworking.about.com/od/hardwarenetworkgear/f/layer3switches.htm
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