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Encyclopedia > Tunnelling

The word tunneling (also spelled tunnelling) has more than one meaning.


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What is tunneling? - a definition from Whatis.com - see also: tunnel, port forwarding (378 words)
Tunneling is generally done by encapsulating the private network data and protocol information within the public network transmission units so that the private network protocol information appears to the public network as data.
Tunneling allows the use of the Internet, which is a public network, to convey data on behalf of a private network.
Tunneling, and the use of a VPN, is not intended as a substitute for encryption/decryption.
TBM: Tunnel Business Magazine (175 words)
Formed in 1846 as the amalgamation of three communities nestled along the banks of the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan, the City of Milwaukee today is home to more than 570,000 people and the cultural and commercial center of Wisconsin.
Over the years, the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) has quietly built a network of tunnels that have helped to reduce the number of sewer overflows and accommodate growth within the Greater Milwaukee area.
The Past August issue of Tunnel Business Magazine published an excellent roundtable discussion on legal issues lead by Gary Brierley, with four lawyers participating — all well-known and respected in the underground construction industry — Bob Smith, Bob Fitzgerald, Randy Hafer and Dave Corkum.
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