White, black and grey routes

White, black and grey routes

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In telecommunications business, a white route is a route where both source and destination are legal termination. This is opposed to a black route, which is a route that is illegal in both ends. Also common in telecom is the term grey route, which defines a route that is legal for one country or the party on one end, but illegal on the alternative end.

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