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CCNA Routing

A Router is a networking device that forwards data packets between computer networks. One or more packet-switched networks or subnetworks can be connected using a… Read More
The main concept of configuring default routes is that it has the ability to handle packets transferred to networks not located in the routing table.… Read More
A subnet, or subnetwork, is a part of a larger network. Subnets are a logical part of an IP network into multiple, smaller network components.… Read More
Routing protocols are a set of rules which are used to define an optimal route between sources and destination systems in a network. Basically routing… Read More
A router is a layer 3 device used to forward packets from one network to another. It forwards the packet through one of its ports… Read More
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a link-state routing protocol that is used to find the distance between two endpoints of a network, as well… Read More
Floating Static Route means we are going above the distance of the dynamic default route. In other words, floating static routes are used as provisory… Read More
Routing is the process of selecting a path along which the data can be transferred from the source to the destination. In this article, we… Read More

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