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Routing is a set of directions to get from
One network to another
Routes can be asigned by an administrator or
dynamically given by another router
A network administrator chooses a dynamic routing protocol based upon many considerations. These include
network size, bandwith of available links, processing power of routers, brands of models of routers, and protocols used in the network.
Routing is the process that a router uses to forward packets toward the
destination network
A router makes decisions based upon the
destination IP address of a packet
All devices along the way use the destination IP address to send a
packet in the right direction to reach its destination