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This paper addresses three basic problems associated with the definition process for the routing tables of IBM's Systems Network Architecture (SNA). The paper then introduces a program called the Routing Table Generator (RTG) and describes how these problems were solved with RTG. Also discussed are some approaches on how to use RTG in managing routing tables for growing networks.
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