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For questions about network prefixes, where the routing prefix may be expressed in Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) notation written as the first address of a network, followed by a slash character (/), and ending with the bit-length of the prefix. For instance, you are trying to find the prefix you want to announce on your router.

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In segment routing protocol, we know that the routing process is source steered. I'm struck to know if any best (longest) prefix matching happens to route the data packets? If so any clue about the prefix be attached to the header of IP packet when forwarding to downstream router? …
asked Sep 19 '18 by Ram