A hybrid routing protocol is a type of routing protocol that combines both link-state and distance-vector protocols. It is typically used for large networks where the size of the network makes it impractical to use a single routing protocol. The most popular hybrid routing protocol is the OSPF, which is a combination of link-state and distance-vector protocols.
The most common advantages of using a hybrid routing protocol are:
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