The first benefit of OSPF is its scalability. OSPF allows the network to grow as it becomes more complex because it can manage a larger network area. In contrast, other protocols such as RIP cannot handle the increased complexity and the length of their routing tables becomes unmanageable as the network expands. The second benefit that OSPF offers is stability. Unlike other routing protocols, OSPF uses link-state updates to advertise only changes in routes instead of periodic announcements about all active routes in its topology table. This means that when there are no changes in the topology, routers
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