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Could someone tell me where I could get some documentation on RIP protocol? Could someone describe the hexatridecimal number system and why it is more efficient at transferring data?



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RIP is Routing Information Protocol and is used by networks such as the Internet for routing messages from source to destination hosts. Check books on networking. I know there are also places on the net where such specifica- tions can be found.

Hawley

Update - September 2004
Hexatridecimal is base 36, using a-z and 0 though 9 for each "digit" or place holder. Mainframe are still binary, even to IBM.

Ken


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