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    Suppose a router has built up the routing table shown in Table below. The router can deliver packets directly over interfaces 0 and 1, or it can forward packets to routers R2, R3, or R4. Describe what the router does with a packet addressed to each of the following destinations (see Attachment)

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    1. Suppose a router has built up the routing table shown in Table below. The router can deliver packets directly over interfaces 0 and 1, or it can forward packets to routers R2, R3, or R4. Describe what the router does with a packet addressed to each of the following destinations
    a. 128.96.39.10
    b. 128.96.40.12
    c. 128.96.40.151
    d. 192.4.153.17
    e. 192.4.153.90

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    Suppose a router has built up the routing table shown in Table below. The router can deliver packets directly over interfaces 0 and 1, or it can forward packets to routers R2, R3, or R4. Describe what the router does with a packet addressed to each of the following destinations (see Attachment)

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