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    5858ccndc add ccnx:/ndn tcp router
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    60   Note that the ''ccndc'' command takes a content path (ccnx:/ndn) and binds it to a network path (in this case, the host ''router'', which is a valid hostname on the experiment topology, resolving to an IP address on the ''router'' machine). It can also be used to delete routes with the ''del'' subcommand.
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     60  Note that the ''ccndc'' command takes a content path (ccnx:/ndn) and binds it to a network path (in this case, the host ''router'', which is a valid hostname on the experiment topology, resolving to an IP address on the ''router'' machine). It can also be used to delete routes with the ''del'' subcommand. 
    6261  - '''Question 1.1 A: ''' [[BR]]
    6362  From ''researcher2'', fetch the same data again (from 1902/01/01 to 1902/01/02), and record the fetch times reported by ''client.py''. It prints out the time take to pull each temporary file along with the concatenation and write time. Then fetch 1902/02/03 to 1902/02/04, and record those fetch times. Fetch 1902/02/03 to 1902/02/04 a second time, and record the new times. Which transfer was longest, and which was shortest? Knowing that each ccnd caches data for a short period of time, can you explain this behavior?