Is this phrase-adjective grammatically correct?
This push-onto-the-core network sends packet onto its core and then the core sends it to the destination after reading the packets. This is highly inefficient, but allows the government to get all the data that circulates inside its network.
I am wondering if the phrase-adjective "push-onto-the-core" is correctly used here. The question is whether we can use transitive verbs like push as in push something. You would think only intransitive verbs like crouch as in crouch down would be used in such a way, but is it the case or not? Are there any rules?