Router Definition
A router is a bodily community system that facilitate and set up a connection among a local community and the Internet by means of passing information to and from packet-switched networks. Performs this function by reading the header of a records packet containing the packet’s destination IP address. Based on the information packet, the router decide the most green route to the destination address. Simply put, a router routes data among connected networks.


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