When designing enterprise routing, network architects should first figure out whether it is best to use static or dynamic routing. Static routing involves manually defining routes on devices, while dynamic routing involves the use of a dedicated routing protocol that will build the routing table.
The most common dynamic routing protocols used in modern networks are as follows:
Large networks, including the Internet, are based on the Autonomous System concept. An AS defines a group of network devices under a common administration, and most often, this . . .
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