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  Howstuffworks "How Routers Work"
Learn about ethernet, LAN, routers, modems and home networking.
In fact, most people have never stood "face to machine" with the technology most responsible for allowing the Internet to exist at all: the router.
Routers are specialized computers that send your messages and those of every other Internet user speeding to their destinations along thousands of pathways.
computer.howstuffworks.com /router.htm   (261 words)

  
  Router - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A router is a computer networking device that forwards data packets across a network toward their destinations, through a process known as routing.
Large modern routers have thus come to resemble telephone switches, with whose technology they are currently converging and may eventually replace, whilst small routers have become a common household item.
A router is normally used to connect at least two networks, but a special variety of router is the one-armed router, used to route packets in a virtual LAN environment.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Router   (1099 words)

  
 Router Bench Guide - Author: Zachary Taylor, review by: Bob Newman
The name of the book "Router Bench Guide" lead me to believe that the contents of the book related to a router table with jigs, table designs, operational techniques, all with related projects.
If you are buying a router, features and router nomenclature are well covered, particularly if you are a first time buyer; e.g., a collet.
Chapters 5, 6, 7, and 10, Routing Applications, Routing Principles and Techniques, Templates, and Router Safety, has information duplicated in many router books that I have seen, but, for the first time user, it would be important to have this information before first turning on one's router.
www.woodworking.org /WC/GArchive02/4_28newmanroutrev.html   (438 words)

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