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static and alternate routing in a circuit switching network?

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static and alternate routing in a circuit switching network?
posted Nov 24, 2014 by Rajneesh

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Difference between static and alternate routing in a circuit switching network

Static Routing in Circuit Switching:

  • Each router maintains routing table indexed by and containing one
    entry for each router in the subnet.
  • Algorithm took too long to converge.
  • Bandwidth is less.
  • Router measure delay directly with special echo packets.
  • It doesn't take line bandwidth into account when choosing the router.

Alternate Routing in Circuit Switching:-

  • It is advanced version of distance vector routing.
  • Algorithm is faster.
  • Wide bandwidth is available.
  • All delays measured and distributed to every router.
  • It considers the line bandwidth into account when choosing the router.
answer Nov 25, 2014 by Vrije Mani Upadhyay
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