1. <networking> A deprecated term for a device that enables data to flow
between different networks (forming an internet).
Preferred terms are "protocol converter" (connects networks that use different
protocols), "router" (connects two broadcast networks at layer 3 (network
layer). Another example is a mail gateway, which is a layer 7 (application
2. <hypertext> An interface between an information source and a
World-Wide Web server. Common Gateway Interface is a standard for such
interfaces. The information source can be any system that can be accessed by a
program running on the web server. A typical example is a relational database.
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