Switch Management

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switch management (n., v., adj.)
Applies tosystems, system functions

Switch management refers to how systems manage switches and how switches occur.

Types of Switch Management[edit | edit source]

Managed Switching: Fronting/switching is controlled and managed, like by a gatekeeper.

Reactive Switching: Most switches are reactions, or triggered.

Voluntary Switching: Most switches are voluntary, or controlled.

Mixed: Mix of voluntary and reactive, either having both equally or having both types cause a switch at the same time.

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