The process of picking a path for traffic within a network, or across or across many networks, is known as routing. Routing occurs in a wide range of networks, including circuit-switched networks like the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and computer networks like the Internet.
Routing information protocol (RIP)
Interior gateway protocol (IGRP)
The enhanced interior gateway routing protocol (EIGRP)
Open shortest path first (OSPF)
Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP)
Border gateway protocol (BGP)
Immediate system-to-immediate system (IS-IS)
When items are connected for a specific purpose, they are referred to as a NETWORK. A network can be anything from a telephone network to a television network to a computer network to a network of people.
A routing protocol is a set of instructions for finding and broadcasting network paths. The protocols listed below assist data packets in navigating the Internet: Each data packet's origin and destination are specified by the Internet Protocol (IP).
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