inbound traffic

inbound traffic

Traffic originating in an area outside the continental United States destined for or moving in the general direction of the continental United States.
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Inbound traffic on the Eisenhower was being diverted to exit at North Avenue near Elmhurst, state police said.
Through Facebook Messenger, Jess is already showcasing results by achieving an impressive 73% first-contact resolution when inbound traffic quadrupled during the recent volcanic activity of Mount Agung in Bali.
The BI said South Koreans registered a total inbound traffic of 1,467,982 tourist arrivals from January to November this year.
DDoS monitoring solutions only provide visibility into the inbound traffic.
576am on Abu Dhabi - Al Ain truck road(E30) towards Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street, which led to inbound traffic delays.
Inbound traffic will be diverted on to Regent Road at Blackstone Street (Tai Pan restaurant), and then back on to Great Howard Street via Dublin Street.
du has selected Epsilon to connect all of its inbound traffic for network services that are sub 10Gbps.
Roy Kinnear, Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles, said: We have taken the tough decision to discontinue our Durban route as the volume of inbound traffic has fallen short of our expectations.
4% increase in inbound traffic in the third quarter of 2016 and a peak of 1.
4 per cent increase in inbound traffic in the third quarter of 2016 and a peak of 1.
The brand biography will ultimately perform two key tasks for these brands--drive inbound traffic to the development website and support the due diligence of the prospect.
Had I been truly listening to what was inbound, and its proximity to where I was going to be and when, I would have extended my downwind, maintaining an altitude above the inbound traffic and its wake turbulence, thereby avoiding potential disaster.