Explain the contents of a routing table?
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Answer / sashank
The routing table consists of at least three information
1)the network id: i.e. the destination network id
2)cost: i.e. the cost of the path through which the packet
is to be sent .
3)next hop: next hop is the address of the next station to
which the packet is to be sent on the way to destination .
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Answer / suresh
It will contains
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