Lab 4.0 and WRR

Since 3550 will not be used on the v4 exam, is there any reason why wrr is on the lab blueprint?

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    My guess is it was an over-zealous copy job from the written
    blueprint.  Originally, MDRR (modified deficit round robin) was also on
    there although I think they cleaned that up.  That messed with a lot of
    people's heads since that's a GSR capability.  ;)






     



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    rc2009 wrote:

    Since 3550 will not be used on the v4 exam, is there any reason
    why wrr is on the lab blueprint?







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