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Anthony J Li, Bruce A Cole: Standby router protocol. Cisco Systems Incorporated, Hickman & Beyer, December 5, 1995: US05473599 (536 worldwide citation)

A system and protocol are provided for routing data packets from a host on a LAN through a virtual address belonging to a group of routers. The host is configured to point to the virtual address so that the packets it sends out of its LAN are always directed to a virtual router which may be any one ...


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Bruce A Cole, James Ronald Forster: Method and apparatus for serverless internet protocol address discovery using source address of broadcast or unicast packet. Cisco Systems, Marger Johnson et al, December 29, 1998: US05854901 (177 worldwide citation)

An IP address is automatically discovered by a network endpoint, such as a PC or router. The endpoint listens for a broadcast network packet or promiscuously listens for a unicast network packet sent from a web browser from a host system. The network packet includes the IP address for the host syste ...


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Bruce A Cole, James Murphy: Scalable route resolution. Juniper Networks, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, February 27, 2007: US07184437 (121 worldwide citation)

A router comprises a route resolution module to maintain routing information in accordance with a topology of a network, and an indirect next hop manager to maintain indirect next hop data that associates protocol next hops with forwarding next hops. The route resolution module invokes an applicatio ...


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Bruce A Cole, Harold I Levine, Michael T McGuire, Kathleen J Nelson, Louise Slade: Soft, frozen dessert formulation. June 5, 1984: US04452824 (16 worldwide citation)

A soft frozen dessert product which is readily extruded upon removal from a home freezer and which possesses good textural stability, even after prolonged, freezer storage having a defined, and relatively high, ratio of higher saccharides to mono- and disaccharides and contain sugar alcohol and/or p ...


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Bruce A Cole, Harold I Levine, Michael T McGuire, Kathleen J Nelson, Louise Slade: Soft, frozen dessert formulation. General Foods Corporation, Thomas R Savoie, Daniel J Donovan, February 15, 1983: US04374154 (14 worldwide citation)

A soft frozen dessert product which is readily extruded upon removal from a home freezer and which possesses good textural stability, even after prolonged, freezer storage, can be obtained according to this invention. The products of this invention is characterized as having a defined, and relativel ...


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Bruce A Cole, Joseph J Jergl: Battery carrying handle. GNB Industrial Battery Company, Leydig Voit & Mayer, September 7, 1993: US05242769 (13 worldwide citation)

An assembly for removably attaching a battery handle to an electric storage battery is provided. The assembly comprises a pair of channels and a pair of projecting members slidably engageable with the channels, wherein


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Gary T Dulin, Marnie L DeGregorio, Peter C Erickson, Bruce A Cole: Soft-frozen water-ice formulation. General Foods Corporation, Thomas R Savoie, Daniel J Donovan, February 9, 1988: US04724153 (13 worldwide citation)

An aerated soft-frozen, fat-free protein-free water-ice product which is extrudable at 0.degree. to 10.degree. F., said product containing a critical level of chemical emulsifier in order to effect desirable textural characteristics.


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Charles P McCartney Jr, Charles C Montgomery, Clarence A Meadows, Bruce A Cole: Battery vent valve. General Motors Corporation, Lawrence B Plant, October 25, 1988: US04780378 (11 worldwide citation)

A relief/check valve for venting an electric storage battery comprising essentially an annular sealing member having an elastomeric skirt engaging the sloping exterior surface of a valve seat. The skirt flares outwardly from the seat in direct proportion to the pressure in the battery such as to pre ...


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Bruce A Cole, James Murphy: Scalable route resolution. Juniper Networks, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, June 29, 2010: US07746790 (5 worldwide citation)

A router comprises a route resolution module to maintain routing information in accordance with a topology of a network, and an indirect next hop manager to maintain indirect next hop data that associates protocol next hops with forwarding next hops. The route resolution module invokes an applicatio ...


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Bruce A Cole, James Murphy: Scalable route resolution. Juniper Networks, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, September 6, 2011: US08014293 (4 worldwide citation)

A router comprises a route resolution module to maintain routing information in accordance with a topology of a network, and an indirect next hop manager to maintain indirect next hop data that associates protocol next hops with forwarding next hops. The route resolution module invokes an applicatio ...