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How does the use of a hierarchical routing structure (access, distribution, and core) enable a scalable delivery system?

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How does the use of a hierarchical routing structure (access, distribution, and core) enable a scalable delivery system?
posted Aug 5, 2014 by Devyani

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If a delivery system is not divided into access, distribution, and core layers, every point in the system needs to maintain every possible destination address to make a delivery decision. The use of a layered system means each layer needs only the information necessary to deliver to the next layer, either above or below.

answer Aug 9, 2014 by Vrije Mani Upadhyay
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I heard this term many times. I want to understand how it works and where exactly it is used mainly in the context of cloud computing ?

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Mostly we mention cidr as classless interdomain routing, so I thought of why not there is classful interdomain routing

I want to know what problems are there in classful addressing for interdomain routing

Note:
CIDR: stands for classless inter-domain routing
Interdomain Routing: means exchanging information between different networks that are under different administrative control eg. one controlled by IIT and another controlled by (say) AIIMS

Normally this mechanism uses classless addressing of IPv4 so named cidr

Protocol is BGP-Border Gateway Protocol which is a Exterior Gateway Protocol

My doubt is whether this mechanism is possible using classful addressing of IPv4 or if not why it is not possible?

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In which segment of the network these two terms i.e broadcast and non-broadcast multi access are used ?

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