External Routes

Some articles on external routes, external, routes, route:

Open Shortest Path First - Area Types - Stub Area - Not-so-stubby Area
... A not-so-stubby area (NSSA) is a type of stub area that can import autonomous system external routes and send them to other areas, but still cannot receive AS-external routes from ... NSSA is an extension of the stub area feature that allows the injection of external routes in a limited fashion into the stub area ... the Stub Area problem of not being able to import external addresses ...
Open Shortest Path First - Area Types - Stub Area - Proprietary Extensions
... However, this area does not allow summary routes in addition to not having external routes, that is, inter-area (IA) routes are not summarized into totally stubby areas ... The only way for traffic to get routed outside of the area is a default route which is the only Type-3 LSA advertised into the area ... When there is only one route out of the area, fewer routing decisions have to be made by the route processor, which lowers system resource utilization ...
Long Win Bus - Bus Routes - External Routes
... Initial with E represents a route that serves the Airport, Tung Chung, and areas outside Lantau Island ...
Public Transport In Hong Kong - Maritime Transport - Ferries - External Routes
... Fastferry hydrofoil and catamaran service is available at all times of the week between Hong Kong and Macau ... TurboJet provides 24-hour services connecting Central and Macau at a frequency of up to every 15 minutes ...

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