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hi all,
 For example when i need to learn about shortest path algorithm, i go to this website
    http://optlab-server.sce.carleton.ca/POAnimations2007/DijkstrasAlgo.html

 So i can understand the concept easily from that guide.
 I am looking similar website like that ( or easy to understand) for distance vector routing( bellman-ford and ford-fulkerson). Please help.
PS: i spent like 2 hrs to search , but fail. Thanks.
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You can check this URL : http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/~jstewart/270/9798s/Laffra/DijkstraApplet.html

With a graphical way of understanding shortest path algorithm.
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if you do a search in web you will get many links similar to it.
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oh i understand shorest path algorithm . I am stuck with the Distance Vector Routing
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A Bellman Ford Applet

http://www-m9.ma.tum.de/Allgemeines/BellmanFordApplet

And this site has some information on RIP a (maybe little outdated) Real-World Distance Vector Protocoll

http://ipsit.bu.edu/sc546/sc546Fall2002/RIP2/RIP/index.html

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OK.

Here is another link for Distance Vector Routing :

http://www.cs.umd.edu/~shankar/417-F01/Slides/chapter4a-aus/sld015.htm
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From here,
 http://www.cs.umd.edu/~shankar/417-F01/Slides/chapter4a-aus/sld016.htm

could you please explain:
   + what is w?
   + the "loop" in red on how it iterate until we get 14. ( i choose the second one more general so i can understand better).

 Thanks a lot.
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