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Hello all dear friends :

I want to ask u about the Shortest path for routing , I want to make a project to calculate the shortest path for send the packets , so what's your suggestion ?? and can I make an algorithm to calculate the shortest path depending on the bandwith?

Thanks in advance

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Thx for your reply , I want to ask you another questiom , in these days the using of dynamic routing has been increased in data transmission security , Distance vector is one of the algorithms that used to do that purpose , In fact there are another algorithms like "Link state" algorithm but each one of them has it special use , so it's possible to make a merge between 2 algorthims (like hyprid) ?

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I know Cisco routers support route distribution i believe its called. So you could have one network EIGRP, and the next network OSPF. Or one being RIP, or another OSPF. This is typically not done unless there's a reason for it. Most people as far as I know praise OSPF as its not Cisco dependent, and doesnt have the limits of RIP.

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thx again for the reply ,actually maybe each one of them has it's own features that cann't exist in the other , let's assume that EIGRP it's easy to implement but it has weak security , and OSPF it has a strong secutiy but its complex , so my idea was making a merge system can have "some" of thier architectural ...

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well EIGRP is proprietary so cant really look at that. For feature differences theyre fairly minimal between protocols

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This all falls under the category of Graph Theory... no?

I would imagine looking into path finding algorithms like Dijsktra's would be a good place to focus on since so many routers use it.

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