mid-level network


(Or "regional network") In hierarchical routing, a network that carries Internet traffic between at least two other networks (stub networks).

A mid-level network that also has hosts connected to it is known as a transit network.

A big (international or trans-continental) network is called a backbone network.

Last updated: 2017-12-02

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