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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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