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OSPF Routing

Discussion in 'Networking' started by dagi, Dec 14, 2018.

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  1. dagi

    dagi Thread Starter

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    what is the difference between broadcast and point to multiple point network types both have same meaning like one to many so is there a difference? thankyou.
     
  2. zx10guy

    zx10guy Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

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    Sounds like a homework question.
     
  3. dagi

    dagi Thread Starter

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    whether it is home work or not it is not your business if know it tell me unless you better be silent
     
  4. Fireflycph

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    The rules clearly state that we do not help with what we perceive as homework or school work questions. Maybe you should read them?

    Just to save you time I have copied the relevant section for you.

    • It is our policy not to assist members with homework-related questions. While the Internet is indeed a great resource for helping students with their assignments, we feel that an important part of the learning process involves putting in the effort required to do the research needed to find the solution. Providing students with the answers does nothing to help them actually understand the assignment or develop valuable problem-solving skills.


    Furthermore, with your attitude , I'd personally rather have a root canal than answer anything you ask.
     
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  5. dagi

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    By the way it is not a home work, am preparing for the hcna exam anyways thank you!
     
  6. Couriant

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    A word of advice dagi, lead with that first... that you are preparing for an exam and you had a question about xxx that you would like to clarify... etc, that way this would have gone smoother.

    Context goes a long way and would avoid such things. :)
     
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