DVRP is one of the two major routing protocols for communications methods that use data packets sent over Internet Protocol (IP).
It requires a routing hardware to report the distances of various nodes within a network or IP topology in order to determine the best and most efficient routes to pass the packets.
DVRP tends to contemplate only two factors : Distance and Vector
Distance is the nothing but a number of steps or hosts, a message go through to reach its destination.
Vector describes the trajectory of the message over a given set of network nodes.
I've got nothing to say, standing in a dark place at a midnight, waiting for a bus that never comes in that route.
It's like finding my journey, I may get a random bus to travel and go somewhere I don't belong.
That random place may become my home.
But what's my destination, realising there is no destination is mine.
Find a place to lie down and see stars, you'll see what you missed so far in life.
Failing to see the best part of life is sin.