What is the difference between Routed and Routing protocols?

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Babooo Khatri

  • Feb 6th, 2006
 

Routed protocols are protocols used for communication purpose from one end to other .Routing protocols are protocols used for deciding routing tables.eg:

Routed: TCP, UDP

Routing:RIP,EIGRP etc

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yashwant

  • Apr 29th, 2006
 

Hi all

routed protocol:-layer three protocols that creats the protocol data unit to be routed by layer three device (router) ex -IP ,IPX,Apletalk

routing

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yashwant

  • Apr 29th, 2006
 

Hi all

routed protocol:-layer three protocols that creats the protocol data unit to be routed by layer three device (router) ex -IP ,IPX,Apletalk

routing protocol:- protocols used by layer 3 devices to learn and deciding path through which we have to route tha data (routed protocol data mostly IP data) ex :- RIP ,IGRP,OSPF,EIGRP,BGP,IS-IS

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J Biswal

  • Nov 4th, 2008
 

IP is a routed protocol. A routed protocol is a packet that carries data. It is different from a routing protocol, in that the latter updates routers to let them know which path a packet should traverse.

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md tauqir-ul-hoda

  • Jul 24th, 2011
 

ROUTED PROTOCOL---? Routed protocol is protocol which words on layer 3 to carries public data.
POURTING PROTOCOL---?Routing protocol is also a protocol which works on layer 3 devices to deciding a route through which send a packet.

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