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Exclusive disjunction is often used for bitwise operations. Examples:
1 xor 1 = 0
1 xor 0 = 1
0 xor 1 = 1
0 xor 0 = 0
1110 xor 1001 = 0111 (this is equivalent to addition without carry)
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if Server1 sends 2GB of Data to Server2 , then only one link of the Eight in SW1 will receive the Data, and will forward the first 1GB to SW2 and the other 1 GB will be resent next time on the same link.
The only "Load Distribution" I see is in the scenario where more than one server is sending to server 2
I picture it as highway, a Semi, regardless of how many trailers is hauling will still use only one lane, but other cars can use separate lanes
if one server is sending then those choices will have no effects....I mean still only one link will be used
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