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- Flooding is the process by which a router distributes its self- originated LSA to the rest of the routers in the area in case of any link state change.
- Flooding is the process by which these new LSPs are sent throughout the network to ensure that the databases in all routers remain identical.
- Flooding is a simple routing algorithm in which every incoming packet is sent through every outgoing link.
- Flooding was localized and not significant since drought conditions preceded the storm.
- Flooding is instigated when a router detects a topology change.
- Growing Environment: Longan trees respond favorably to lots of irrigation, and can stand brief periods of flooding.
- Downstream of Banbury, most of the villages in the Cherwell valley are similarly set back from the river on higher ground to avoid flooding.
- Storms near the coast can cause coastal flooding and beach erosion as well as sink ships at sea.
- Red sandstone interior of Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona, worn smooth by erosion from flash flooding over millions of years.
- Zeus orders Poseidon to release the Kraken to destroy Argos by flooding the entire kingdom.
- OSPF, and thus MOSPF, uses a flooding technique to advise other OSPF routers of topology information.
- This said, even the extra security provided by switches can still be breached with techniques such as MAC flooding and ARP spoofing.
- The lateral blast, debris avalanche, mudflows, and flooding caused extensive damage to land and civil works.
- Reports of flooding on the Skagit River from the eruption are, however, probably greatly exaggerated [ 41].
- Katla is partially trapped under a glacier and its eruption would create even more flooding problems for Iceland.
- Uncertainty over the levees has left homeowners unsure about whether to rebuild and about how high houses should stand to avoid future flooding.
- So far this year, flooding has also affected Angola, Madagascar, Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
- Chikwawa and Nsanje suffered severely heavy flooding in 1989, 1996 and 1998 with most of the floods resulting from heavy rains in the uplands of Malawi.
- This water chiefly caused the flooding in the southern part of Old Metairie.
- Flooding ensures that routing information from any one router reaches all the others.
- In link state routing, routing information is distributed via a flooding protocol.
- Each NSSA-LSA describes a path to a prefix external to the Autonomous System whose flooding scope is restricted to a single NSSA area.
- Water engulfed the city of Prague, flooding the historic city center.
- Prague in the Czech Republic is also threatened by flooding, but the ancient city of Timbuktu in Mali is in for a different kind of climate stress.
- The risk of more frequent and severe flooding of vulnerable areas of Belfast and Londonderry will increase under climate change.
- If you use the ip forward-protocol command, specifying only UDP without the port enables forwarding and flooding on the default ports.
- UDP flooding depends on the spanning tree algorithm to place interfaces in the forwarding and blocking states.
- The god named Hapy was the deification of the annual floods, and both he and the pharaoh were thought to control the flooding of the Nile.
- The god’s name was Hapi, and both he and the pharaoh were thought to control the flooding of the Nile River.
- Funds for work at Lake Pontchartrain, the source of the flooding, have fallen by nearly two-thirds over three years, from $14.25 million to $5.7 million.
- After being damaged in flooding from Hurricane Katrina, a new FieldTurf surface was installed for the 2006 football season.
- Many buildings that withstood the storm and the direct force of the flooding probably were damaged beyond repair by the deleterious effect of long immersion.
- Over 20,000 homes and businesses were severely damaged by the rising waters, and many more were subjected to minor flooding.
- This is a special type of insurance that covers future losses due to flooding which losses are not covered by most homeowner's policies.
- The heavy flooding also caused $80 million in losses to the country's agricultural sector, according to Ukrainian Deputy Agriculture Minister Serhiy Melnyk.
- There is widespread flooding, hundreds of buildings are destroyed, and the power is out for thousands.
- Abstract Dust collected in New Orleans homes mold-contaminated because of the flooding after hurricane Katrina was analyzed for molds and mycotoxins.
- The destruction wrought by Katrina, and the flooding thereafter, severely damaged the roads and other infrastructure needed to deliver relief.
- Roads in the southern Sofala and northern Inhambane areas reportedly will be repaired in the next 10-14 days, if no further flooding occurs.
- Levees along Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and the London Avenue and 17th Street canals in New Orleans failed which caused extensive flooding.
- In Hurricane Katrina's aftermath, extensive flooding in the Lower Ninth Ward drew national attention to the area's precarious geography.
- The Cagayan River and its tributaries are subject to extensive flooding during the monsoon season in Southeast Asia from May to October.
- In addition, in the aftermath of extensive flooding, health-care providers should be watchful for unusual mold-related diseases.
- During spring, inundation takes place on the Rioni and the Tskhenistskali Rivers, in winter there are shoals, and in autumn –flooding.
- Ultimately, this would lead to inundation of the bund and extensive flooding of Cookham Village.
- Central, southern and western China are also susceptible to flooding, China is also periodically subject to seismic activity.
- However outside the central area, the floors of the valley containing the two rivers remain largely unimproved floodplain, subject to occasional flooding.
- Prior to erection of defences on the River Rhymney in the 1960's the town was indeed subject to periodic flooding.
- In August, massive rainfall led to flash flooding in the area, putting several streets under water.
- Mudflows and flash flooding, wildland fires, and even deadly hot ashflow can reach you even if you cannot see the volcano during an eruption.
- That night we saw on television that the area just south of here had suffered flash flooding, trees blown down and major power cuts as a result of the storm.
- The area is susceptible to flash flooding, because of forest fires having denuded parts of the eastern slopes of Mount Penteli.
- A dip near the 10-610 interchange to go underneath a railroad track is one of the lowest points in New Orleans, and is highly susceptible to flooding.
- The U.S. South and East are also more susceptible to flooding as an El Niño influenced winter left the area soggier than usual, the agency added.
- In Egypt, both the Aswan Dam (1902) and the Aswan High Dam (1976) have controlled various amounts of flooding along the Nile river.
- From here we travel to see the Aswan High Dam, built in the 1960's and 70's to control the flooding of the Nile.
- Since Syria built a dam on the Euphrates, the flow of water has been considerably diminished and flooding was no longer a problem in the mid-1980s.
- A satellite image from early 2007 captures the height of the first flood season where water was released from the dam to assist natural flooding.
- The purpose of the dam is to prevent the Nile River from flooding, to harvest water for agricultural purposes and to generate electricity.
- This layer also becomes impenetrable to water, leading to flooding and the drowning of crops.
- Tuvalu has experienced major flooding of crops and roads as the tides grow higher each year.
- Ancient Egyptians in this era emphatically believed that their pharaoh could assure the annual flooding of the Nile for their crops.
- Richard Scruggs, the lawyer who took on Big Tobacco, said in a lawsuit that insurers must cover flooding in their 'hurricane protection' policies.
- They serve to maintain stability, to prevent water from flooding the entire ship in the event of a breach of the hull, and to contain fire.
- One of the hardest hit areas was the Ninth Ward which suffered catastrophic flooding due to a breach in the Industrial Canal.
- This breach contributed to the flooding of New Orleans.
- In reality, although looting and other property crimes were widespread after the flooding on Monday, Aug.
- On Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina brought extensive flooding to the city when several levees failed.
- He said, however, the corps couldn't be held liable for the flooding of eastern New Orleans, where two of the plaintiffs lived.
- However, Judge Duval held that the Corps was not responsible for the flooding of eastern New Orleans, where two of the plaintiffs lived.
- The Corps wanted to build canal floodgates in the lake, which might have prevented flooding in much of the city.
- The elevation of the Superdome is about three feet (1 m) above sea level, and the forecasted storm surge was predicted to cause flooding on that site.
- But forecasters still warn of the potential for severe flooding in a city that sits below sea level.
- More than 1.38 million people in Chenzhou were affected by Kaemi's rains, while 6,000 homes collapsed due to flooding and 280,000 people were evacuated.
- Flooding in Aug.-Sept., 2008, and again in October, afflicted several Ethiopian regions; several hundred thousand people were affected.
- The area had been badly affected by fighting and instability in Afghanistan, with arms and refugees flooding the province.
- The PNNI routing protocol is a dynamic, hierarchical link state protocol that propagates topology information by flooding it through the network.
- Unfortunately, there is no adequate protection against a flooding attack, or a misbehaving host or router which is flooding the network.
- Layer 2 switches do not isolate broadcasts, instead flooding them throughout the network.
- Nmap detects rate limiting and slows down accordingly to avoid flooding the network with useless packets that the target machine will drop.
- Flooding a link will cause all packets, including packets from the attacker, to be dropped with the same probability.
- On Cisco routers, you enable the flooding of these packets as described in the " Controlling Broadcast Messages " section later in this chapter.
- It should be noted that some parts, particularly those west of Oxford, are subject to flooding during the winter months.
- Much of the damp pasture along the southern bank of the river is liable to winter flooding, and livestock are removed from this area during winter months.
- Variable amounts of rainfall to Ethiopia cause stunning differences in the amount of flooding seen farther down the course of the Nile.
- It was flooded not by rainfall, but by a breach in the Industrial Canal levee, resulting in catastrophic flooding and loss of life in the neighborhood.
- The flooding may be related to unconfirmed reports of levee breaks along industrial canals in the area.
- The traditional method for cultivating rice is flooding the fields while, or after, setting the young seedlings.
- Pooling of rain water can lead to flooding of roads in the southern half of Guam, which does not have sewer drainage built under the road surfaces.
- Even when flooding is due to rain water, the growth of microorganisms can cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.
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