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Dynamic routing is a networking technology that ensures that data is routed in the most efficient way possible. Dynamic routing, as opposed to static routing, allows routers to choose paths based on changes in the logical network layout in real time.

Dynamic routing has a number of advantages over static routing, the most important of which are scalability and adaptability. A dynamically routed network can develop faster and larger than a static network, and it can adapt to changes in the network topology caused by this growth or by the breakdown of one or more network components.

OSPF, or Open Shortest Path First, is a dynamic routing protocol that is utilised in big to extremely large IP networks. To map the network topology, the protocol uses a link-state database and link-state ads. The link-state algorithm is used in conjunction with this topological map to discover the optimal path available.

  • It's simple to set up and use.
  • It adjusts to changes in network topology.
  • It works well on a network with a lot of routers.
  • Dynamic routing does not necessitate a thorough understanding of the network.
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Dynamic routing protocols consume more router resources, are suitable for larger networks, and are more useful on networks that are growing and changing.

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