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Immediate Routing

Last Modified: January 31, 2020

Immediate routing is not associated with any task. An immediate route is a pair of fully qualified terminal names specifying the source and destination of the route. When an immediate route is created, the route gets committed to hardware immediately. Because an immediate route does not have a task governing its lifetime, you need to actively destroy the route. Create an immediate route with the Connect Terminals function/VI and destroy it with the Disconnect Terminals function/VI. Also, if you make an immediate route multiple times with several calls to Connect Terminals, only one call to Disconnect Terminals releases the route. There are other ways to destroy routes such as resetting the device. Refer to Device Resetting and Interactions with Routing for more information.

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