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Creating a Server

 
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Hi everyone.
I am in the process of creating a server that will be able to take in information and report it back to another server upon request. My server will respond with using a Routing Information Protocol (RIP) packet. I am having trouble with part of my code, I want to be able to enter an infinite loop waiting for incoming RIP "poll" commands (command #5) and respond to the sender with the entire routing table in a single packet. I am not sure how to go about doing this. Thank you Nikki
 
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