This is how I would look at the difference:
A switch is a connection-oriented router; and, a router is a connection-less
: -) hope it doesn't sound too complicated!
Joe Touch wrote:
Harald Alvestrand wrote:
At 09:03 15/03/2001 +0800, huangjianbo wrote:
I am working on a paper on router, but one problem blocked my process.
is what's the differents between a switch and a router for the view of
As to the 3 Layer switch and router, both of them work as a distributor
based on the IP address. Just some small differents usage and
Of coourse, we disscuss this problem on the switch and router on the same
A router decrements the IP TTL field.
It should also not propagate broadcast IP packets (subnet or all 1's).
(Any other hard requirements?)
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