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Each router receives a routing table from its directly
connected neighbor routers
The algorithm eventually accumulates network distances so that it can
maintain a database of network topology information
the distance vector algorithm does not allow a router to know the exact topology of an internetwork since each
router only sees its neighbor routers
Each router that uses distance vector routing first
identifies its neighbors
The interface that leads to each directly connected network has
a distance of 0