Hierarchical addressing and routing, Computer Networking

The steps of forwarding the packets of information is known routing. The information about receivers is saved in routing tables. Note that several entries have same next hop. It is given in the diagram.

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In particular all receivers on same switch have similar next hop. These routing tables may be collapsed. A specific routing table is given in the figure.

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