distance vector

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Noun[edit]

distance vector (uncountable)

  1. (networking) An class of routing protocol based on sending global state between neighbouring nodes.
    Distance-vector protocols are more suited to external routing as they don't require a consistent world-view.

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Frequently used attributively.