phivRouteMaxVisits - DECnet Phase IV Route Max Visits - rfc1289

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DECnet Phase IV Route Max Visits

This value represents the maximum number of nodes a message coming into the executor node can have visited. If the message is not for this node and the MAXIMUM VISITS number is exceeded, the message is discarded. The MAXIMUM VISITS parameter defines the point where the packet lifetime control algorithm discards a packet that has traversed too many nodes. For correct operation, this parameter must not be less than the maximum path length of the network. (The maximum path length is the routing distance between the two nodes of the network having the greatest routing distance, where routing distance is the length of the least costly path between a given pair of nodes.)

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