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Even in large networks, static routes that are intended to accomplish a specific purpose are often configured
in conjunction with a dynamic routing protocol.
Static routing is not as scalable as dynamic routing because of the
extra administrative requirements
In a large network, the manual maintenance of routing tables could require
a lot of administrative time
Since static routes are configured manually, network administrators must
add and delete static routes to reflect any network topology changes
To make the correct decisions, routers must learn how to
how to reach remote networks