Norwegian: NW ruterpunkt

Discussion in 'Nordic Languages' started by A Gargantua, Nov 8, 2017.

  1. A Gargantua Senior Member

    English, England

    I'm translating something to do with a company's data centre, and have come across the expression "NW ruterpunkt". The NW stands for network, I assume, but am not sure about ruterpunkt: network connection points? There is not much context; the term just features in a table.

    Many thanks for any light anyone can shed on this!
    A Gargantua
  2. Bokfinken Member

    Paris, France
    A ruter is a router, but ruterpunkt isn't common terminology. I'm guessing it just refers to the placement of the router, but without any more context, it's impossible to tell.
  3. A Gargantua Senior Member

    English, England
    Hi Bokfinken

    Many thanks for confirming ruter is a router and the fact that it's not a common term - very helpful!
    A Gargantua

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