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  1. A stub is an article that is too short to provide encyclopaedic coverage of the subject, but not so short as to provide no useful information.
  2. A Stub is a subclass of Article.
  3. Each stub is a convenient tem- plate for authoring a topic.
  4. This stub is used in the support of the dispatch methods used in some classes.
  5. If the stub is about a television character rather than a program, use {{ tv-char-stub }} instead to place it in Category:Television character stubs.

Stub Ases

  1. From this, it seems reasonable to conclude that the bulk of the new root prefixes are injected by stub ASes.

Ospf Stub Router Functionality

  1. Section 3.5 describes constraints imposed by the IS-IS overload and OSPF stub router functionality. (Web site)

Eigrp Stub Command

  1. To configure a router as a stub using Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), use the eigrp stub command in router configuration mode. (Web site)
  2. A router that is configured as a stub with the eigrp stub command shares connected and summary routing information with all neighbor routers by default. (Web site)


  1. To add an article to this category, use {{ tv-stub }} instead of {{ stub }}.
  2. For stub articles relating to television, add {{ tv-stub }} instead.

Summary Lsas

  1. If it is noAreaSummary, the router will not originate summary LSAs into the stub or NSSA area.
  2. If it is noAreaSummary (default) the router will neither originate nor propagate summary LSAs into the stub area. (Web site)

Geography Stub Articles Relating

  1. This category is for geography stub articles relating to Nunavut, Canada.
  2. This category is for geography stub articles relating to the U.S. state of California.


  1. Stub This article has been rated as stub-Class on the quality scale.
  2. Music Portal Stub Music of Heilongjiang has been rated as Stub-Class on the assessment scale.
  3. Stub Music of Heilongjiang has been rated as Stub-Class on the assessment scale.

Ospf Stub Areas

  1. In OSPF, this is done by encasing the demand circuits within OSPF stub areas or within NSSAs (see [3]).
  2. Check the Area Summary check box to have the OSPF router generate and propagate summary LSAs (Link-State Advertisements) into OSPF stub areas.

Ospf Stub Area

  1. NSSA area is similar to OSPF stub area. (Web site)


  1. The Internet itself essentially consists of transit autonomous systems and stub autonomous systems (as shown in Figure 10-1). (Web site)

Distribution Router

  1. Use the eigrp stub command to configure a router as a stub where the router directs all IP traffic to a distribution router. (Web site)
  2. If a true stub network is desired, the distribution router should be configured to send only a default route to the remote router.

Stub Type

  1. Mexico companys get a stub type, while stubs like this: Salters Steamers remain unsortable (transportation-company-stub doesn't sound right for it).

Eigrp Stub Routing Feature

  1. The EIGRP Stub Routing feature does not automatically enable summarization on the distribution router.
  2. The connected keyword will permit the EIGRP Stub Routing feature to send connected routes. (Web site)
  3. The static keyword will permit the EIGRP Stub Routing feature to send static routes. (Web site)

Stub Sorters

  1. And that's why I - and a considerable number of other stub sorters - correct any article we find with the stub templates in the wrong place.
  2. Sounds fair, although I suspect that many stub sorters will get the categories confused.

Stub Sorting

  1. I was stub sorting at the time, and if you feel the article is a stub, I'm not going to disagree.
  2. From the point of view of stub sorting, the only difference this would make would be removing{{ expand }} templates from stubs as they are sorted.
  3. The project page states that stub sorting is important so that articles are more likely to be edited to a higher standard.

Stub Routers

  1. If your network core has a bunch of stubs connected, many of the stub routers will know nothing about each other. (Web site)
  2. Caution The EIGRP Stub Routing feature should be used only on stub routers.
  3. When ODR is configured, the stub routers use CDP to send IP prefix information to the hub router.


  1. All other stub categories need watching as well, to sort out mislabeled stubs and subsort them further, if applicable.

Wikiproject Stub Sorting

  1. This stub-notice is maintained by WikiProject Stub sorting, an attempt to bring some sort of order to Wikipedia.
  2. Malformed stub types to which no further deletion reasons apply — fix them or tell the Wikipedia:WikiProject Stub sorting.
  3. This category contains Wikipedians who participate in the Wikipedia:WikiProject Stub sorting.

Biographical Stub Articles Relating

  1. This category is for stub articles relating to biographical stub articles relating to Scottish football (soccer). (Web site)
  2. This category is for biographical stub articles relating to Australian swimmers.

Stub Networks

  1. They are the transit networks which connect the stub networks to the backbone networks. (Web site)

Stub Network

  1. The middle of Figure 1a shows a network with only one attached router (i.e., a stub network). (Web site)
  2. An Ethernet or Token Ring segment that has one attached router is considered a link to a stub network. (Web site)
  3. A stub network only carries packets to and from local hosts.

Stub Domains

  1. The address reuse solution is to place Network Address Translators (NAT) at the borders of stub domains.
  2. For instance, a single Class A address could be used by many stub domains.

Stub Domain

  1. The router receives the packet from the computer on the stub domain. (Web site)
  2. When a computer on the stub domain that has an inside local address wants to communicate outside the network, the packet goes to one of the NAT routers. (Web site)
  3. For this reason, we recommend LSNATs to be operated on a single border router to a stub domain in which the server pool would be confined. (Web site)

Stub Articles

  1. If a state does not have a WP yet, then all of its stub articles should be tagged with one of the stub templates listed below.
  2. Someone with veterinarian knowledge could look in appropriate categories to find stub articles.

Stub Articles Relating

  1. This category is for stub articles relating to geography of the Central Macedonia periphery of Greece.
  2. This category is for stub articles relating to people connected with the military of Poland.
  3. This category is for stub articles relating to Geographical terms, and also for stubs relating to palaeogeography.


  1. External links Lee Willerman obituary via University of Texas at Austin This biography of an American psychologist is a stub.
  2. Cat:Cities in Texas exists, yet has no stub category in it or any of it's sub-categories.


  1. Some Wikipedians have formed a project to better organize and categorize stubs and stub categories.
  2. They are not the same as the stub templates used by the project.


  1. This would involve doing the research, writing, and picture-taking (if possible) for either a non-existent article or a stub.


  1. Slapping a label on those is one thing that keeps the inflow of stubs going (not to {{ stub }} but to the categories).
  2. Currently, the stub categories do one thing (or did until the last round of reversion), and the permcats do another.


  1. The more accurate a stub you can place on an article, however, the less work it will be for others to sort later.
  2. The stub and Object Request Broker (ORB) work together to marshal input arguments and route the invocation out to the network. (Web site)


  1. Only specified routes are propagated from the remote (stub) router.
  2. The last line of the output will show the stub status of the remote or spoke router. (Web site)


  1. This category is for stub articles relating to biographies of Canadian business executives, entrepreneurs, and other captains of industry.


  1. We often bump into such articles during Category:stub hunts, but it must be quite a pain to find those on specific categories.


  1. The abreviation is a bit confusing since the stub deals only with newspapers and not TV news programs, news magazines, news events, etc.
  2. Having thought about it a bit more, sorting by license type is completely unhelpful for stub sorting.


  1. Night on Earth by Dawn of Relic all the info is there (only enough for a stub like the rest of their albums) however, the picture does not work.
  2. Stub templates without a picture (like {{Australia-geo-stub}} at the moment) are fairly unobtrusive where I put it.


  1. Add Template:WikiProject Ukrainian subdivisions to the top of all relevant articles' talk pages Add a stub for raion.
  2. This high voltage is delivered to the top of the distributor, whence it travels to the rotor, jumps the gap to the stub and goes to the spark plug. (Web site)


  1. This category is for stub articles relating to trees.


  1. A concave cutter is a must for pruning these trees as it cuts flush with the tree and does not leave a stub. (Web site)
  2. Stub grafting however retains the shape of a tree and is useful when a stock of 2-7 centimeters is not available.


  1. There are quite a lot of stub templates for TV related articles.
  2. Infact this stub will have lot of taker as there are more than 600 protected areas in India and mostly they are stub (almost 350-400).
  3. Some computers on the stub domain communicate a lot outside the network. (Web site)


  1. Stub (North America) A relatively short section of track that ends at a bumper or wheelstop, most often found in a terminal.
  2. If what you are looking for is a way to keep track of Rastafari articles, there are other ways besides stub templates for doing so.


  1. Every month a different Canada -related topic, stub or non-existent article is picked.


  1. Note that each router would then have a stub connection to the other router's interface address (see Figure 1).
  2. It's giving me a lot of headaches to figure out which stub to use when creating article projects for Bangladesh history.
  3. In Figure 1, Area 2 is a stub area that is reached only through ABR 2. Area 0 cannot be a stub area. (Web site)


  1. If you have two distribution layer routers, and two routers at a remote site, there is no way to declare both remote routers as stub routers.


  1. This category is for stub articles relating to history of Ireland.
  2. I'm not sure if this is the right place to say it, but I think we need quite a number more stub types, especially in history.
  3. I did mostly on stub articles about History of Iran, Iranian cities and historical places that some of them did not even exist in wikipedia.


  1. This category is for stub articles relating to Bangladesh.


  1. That automatically put the stub cat under µ at the end of the categories (which is where stub cats usually go in their parent permcats).
  2. Note that partial lists exist at the top of some "base-level" stub categories, such as Cat:Geography stubs.
  3. As to whether such a stub type is even needed, given that there are fewer than 120 stubs in Cat:Iraq stubs, the answer is a clear no.


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