1. Static routes are often used in conjunction with dynamic routing protocols in order to reach specific networks or to provide the default gateway.
2. What is a floating static route?
a. A static route that resides in the flash memory
b. A static route that has a lower AD than the same route learned via a routing protocol
c. A static route that has a higher AD than the same route learned via a routing protocol
d. A dynamic route
e. A route to Null0
3. Which of the following are considered legacy . . .
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