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Telecommunications network components fall into logical or physical elements. A logical element is a software-defined network (SDN) or virtual private network (VPN) feature or capability. This SDN or VPN feature can be as simple as the number translation performed in a switch to establish a call. Switching systems have evolved into the use of external signaling systems to set up and tear down the call. These external physical and logical components formulate the basis of a network element. Moreover, Intelligent Networks (and Advanced Intelligent Networks) have surpassed the wildest expectations of the service provider. These logical extensions of the network bear higher revenue while opening the network up to a myriad of new services. Number portability can also be categorized into the logical elements because the number switching and logic are no longer bound to a specific system. A physical element is the actual switching element, such as the link or the matrices used internally. A network is made up of a unique sequence of logical elements implemented by physical elements. Given the local exchange network and local transport markets, open mandates had to be considered because the LEC has the power to stall competition. In many documented cases the LECs have purposefully dragged their feet to stall the competition and to discredit the new provider in the eyes of the customer. This is a matter of survival of the fittest. The ILECs have the edge over the network components because their networks were built over the past 120 + years. This is the basis for the deregulatory efforts in the networks, because the LECs are fighting to survive the onslaught of new providers who are in the cream-skimming mode. If access mandates are necessary, to what degree These and other issues are driving the technological innovation, competition at the local loop, and the development of higher capacity services in a very competitive manner.
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Just as fingerprints are left behind at crime scenes, so too are palmprints, which can be important clues for solving crimes. Capitalizing on this fact, the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) uses latent palmprints from crime scenes to identify possible criminal suspects. Palmprint identification is becoming more popular with law enforcement because criminals leave palmprints at approximately 30 percent of all crime scenes. The SFPD uses an Automatic Palmprint Identification System (APIS) to speed up the identification process. The APIS captures the palm s three core areas and converts them to a template for database storage. The police take the palmprints of a suspected criminal at the time of his arrest, just as they take ten-rolled fingerprints during the booking process. These palm- prints are then digitized and stored in a database. Police also take latent palmprints left at crime scenes; the forensic investigator lifts the palmprints, which are then scanned and entered into the palmprint database. Police then
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originally advertising to RouterA, which passed this on to RouterB. RouterX, though, has failed and is no longer advertising RouterA will eventually learn this by missing routing updates from RouterX. RouterA then incorporates the change into its routing table. RouterA must then wait for its periodic timer to expire before forwarding this update to RouterB. Before this happens, however, RouterB advertises its routing table to RouterA, which includes the route, making it appear to RouterA that this network is reachable via RouterB. Since both RouterA and RouterB advertise to each other, this creates confusion about how to reach, if it can even be reached (and in this case, it can t). In this example, RouterA thinks that to reach, it should send these packets to RouterB. RouterB, on the other hand, thinks that to reach, it should use RouterA. This is a very simple example of a routing loop. Typically, routing loops are created because of confusion in the network related to the deficiencies of using periodic timers. Distance vector protocols use several mechanisms to deal with routing loop problems. However, these solutions slow down convergence. Link state and some hybrid protocols deal with routing loops better by using more intelligent methods that don t slow down convergence. The following sections cover the methods that a distance vector protocol might implement to solve routing loop problems.
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