Vector-distance algorithm, Computer Networking

Vector-Distance algorithm illustrated in more detail below:

Packet switches wait for next update message and they goes by entries in packet. If entry has least path to destination, add source as next hop to record and receiver distance as distance from next hop to destination plus distance from this switch to next immediate hop.

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