Difference between revisions of "Routing Table"

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6.6.3.3 states that a router will update its table with every I-Am-Router-To-Network message, and that the Routing Table has entries for every accessible network.
 
6.6.3.3 states that a router will update its table with every I-Am-Router-To-Network message, and that the Routing Table has entries for every accessible network.
 
  
  
 
6.6.1 Says 'A routing table' consists of 1) MAC address for port, 2) 2 octet [[Network Number]] for the directly connected [[Network]] 3) a list of [[Network Number]]s accessible via the port.
 
6.6.1 Says 'A routing table' consists of 1) MAC address for port, 2) 2 octet [[Network Number]] for the directly connected [[Network]] 3) a list of [[Network Number]]s accessible via the port.
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6.4.7 Says: Initialize-Routing-Table shall only respond with Network Numbers of DNETs * Directly Connected * to the router. This has been an issue of conflict in numerous implementations. The status of which is still not clear.

Revision as of 11:41, 15 December 2018

AKA Router Table (Mentioned in 6.4 and 6.6.3.2 of the specification)


6.6.3.3 states that a router will update its table with every I-Am-Router-To-Network message, and that the Routing Table has entries for every accessible network.


6.6.1 Says 'A routing table' consists of 1) MAC address for port, 2) 2 octet Network Number for the directly connected Network 3) a list of Network Numbers accessible via the port.


6.4.7 Says: Initialize-Routing-Table shall only respond with Network Numbers of DNETs * Directly Connected * to the router. This has been an issue of conflict in numerous implementations. The status of which is still not clear.