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Adaptive routing, also known as dynamic routing, is a method for identifying the best path for a data packet to take via a network to reach a specified destination. Adaptive routing is comparable to a commuter selecting an alternative route to work after discovering that his normal route is congested.

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.

Before we get started, keep in mind that React is technically "static" in terms of your web server because all of the rendering happens on the client side (unless you utilise server-side rendering). The files on your web server do not change in response to queries in the same way that PHP does.

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.

It isn't as suitable for other topologies. Dynamic routing, on the other hand, is best for a big network installation. It works well in network architectures with redundant links. Static routing consumes less bandwidth than dynamic routing, which necessitates a considerable amount of bandwidth.

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