phivRouteMaxHops - DECnet Phase IV Route Max Hops - rfc1289

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DECnet Phase IV Route Max Hops

This value represents the maximum number of routing hops allowable from the executor to any other reachable node within an area. (A hop is the logical distance over a circuit between two adjacent nodes.) This parameter defines the point where the executor node's Routing routing decision algorithm declares another node unreachable because the length of the shortest path between the two nodes is too long. For correct operation, this parameter must not be less than the network diameter. (The network diameter is the reachability distance between the two nodes of the network having the greatest reachability distance, where reachability distance is the length the shortest path between a given pair of nodes.)

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