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TitleThe Interior Gateway Routing Protocol: OSPF
LevelUnder Graduate
Course:Networking
Summary:The original Internet interior gateway protocol was a distance vector protocol(RIP) based on the Bellmann-Ford algorithm. It worked well in small systems, but less well as ASes got larger. It also suffered from the count-to-infinity problem and generally slow convergence, so it was replaced in May 1979 by a link state protocol. In 1988, the Internet Engineering Task force began work on a successor. That successor, called OSPF(Open Shortest Path First) became a standard in 1990.
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Language: English
  
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IDD writer:Ajay Kumar Singh, K Ravi Sankar
Mentor:Prof. Sridhar Iyer
Developer:Ajay Kumar Singh, K Ravi Sankar
     
 
 
 
 
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