Changes between Version 105 and Version 106 of EducationalAssignments/TakeHome

Changes between Version 105 and Version 106 of EducationalAssignments/TakeHome

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Changes between Version 105 and Version 106 of EducationalAssignments/TakeHome

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Changes between Version 105 and Version 106 of EducationalAssignments/TakeHome

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07/23/12 01:49:15 (7 years ago)
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    345345What do you observe? Is the connectivity graph complete and do all of the nodes agree on which nodes are alive?  As before, a column which is empty and has a corresponding empty row indicates a down node.   Do you see any nodes that cannot connect to each other but can contact other nodes?   If so you'll see something like the image below. 
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    347 [[Image(nontransitiveconnectivity.jpeg)]] 
     347[[Image(Non-transitive connectivity image.jpg)]] 
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    349349Notice that the two computers whose IP addresses are circled cannot talk to each other, however they can talk to other nodes.   If you don't see this, then you can either continue to the next step and pretend you had nodes that could not communicate or you can get a new group of nodes and try again.   If you decide to try again, you should use a different group name than WAN (like WAN2) to refer to the nodes so that seash doesn't try to contact the nodes you aren't using any more.