Routing algorithms, while different in nature, all have the same basic objectives. While some algorithms are better than others are, all routing protocols have their advantages and disadvantages. Routing algorithms are designed with the following objectives and goals:
- Optimal routing
- Ease of use
- Rapid convergence
One of the primary goals of all routing protocols is to select the most optimal path through the network from the source subnet or host to the destination subnet or host. The most optimal route depends upon the metrics . . .
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