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# About distance table and distance vector routing algorithm

Posted on 2004-10-17
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Hi, I'm studying this algorithm
, here is a simple network:
http://www.geocities.com/chikongyuen/DV.jpg

here is my distance table so far, I'm not too sure if it's right...since I can't find any example like that,
here is my  work:
http://www.geocities.com/chikongyuen/DT.txt
can anyone one give me some idea, am I doing right, or missing something or on the wrong track...
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Question by:penny_hardway
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Take a look at the Dijkstra algorithm theory!
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I think i'm using the  Bellman-Ford one...is that wrong?
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That's ok. This usualy is used by the RIP routing protocol. I don't know the theory behind Bellman-Ford. You should have a good theory background about the algorithm before trying to apply it.

http://www.brainyencyclopedia.com/encyclopedia/b/be/bellman_ford_algorithm.html

Just insert the algorithm (code lines) and run it! Then you would be able to check either what u r doing is right or wrong.
Cheers.
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thanks, i think i got some misunderstand about the algo..anyway.thanks
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