What types of routing are possible in a wireless network?

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  • Jul 1st, 2005

plz send explaination ......

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  • Mar 17th, 2006

Static routingdyanmic routing(rip, igrp,eigrp and ospf)

Arnika Tripathi

  • Jan 2nd, 2014

Static Routing: A static routing table is created, maintained, and updated by a network administrator, manually. A static route to every network must be configured on every router for full connectivity. This provides a granular level of control over routing, but quickly becomes impractical on large networks.

Dynamic Routing: A dynamic routing table is created, maintained, and updated by a routing protocol running on the router. Examples of routing protocols include RIP (Routing Information Protocol), EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol), and OSPF (Open Shortest Path First). Specific dynamic routing protocols are covered in great detail in other guides.

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sonu dhakad

  • Apr 24th, 2014

static routing

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