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Datagram networks route each packet as a separate unit, independent of all others.
Virtual-circuit networks do not have to do this, since each data packet follows a predetermined
route. Does this observation mean that virtual-circuit networks do not need
the capability to route isolated packets from an arbitrary source to an arbitrary destination?
Explain your answer.
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