routable


routable
● adj. ►NET Que l'on peut router. Se dit en particulier des protocoles. Sur l'Internet, une adresse non routable est une adresse qui ne sera pas routée parce qu'elle appartient à des plages définies comme telles, et ne devant être utilisées que sur des réseaux strictement locaux. Ces adresses vont de 10.0.0.0 à 10.255.255.255, de 172.16.0.0 à 172.31.255.255 et de 192.168.0.0 à 192.168.255.255.

Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone. 2013.

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