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Routing occurs at the _____ layer.
network
The primary router used to get from one subnetwork to another is called the _____.
default gateway.
Routers connect _____ using ____.
Routers connect SUBNETWORKS using PROTOCOLS.
A _____ route is recorded in the routing tables of the router and does not change.
static
_____ routing allows routing devices to automatically change paths, tables and updates automatically from one router to another.
dynamic
A brouter is a device that has the characteristics of both a _____ and a _____.
A brouter is a device that has the characteristics of both a BRIDGE and a ROUTER.
A brouter operates on the ___ and the ____ OSI layers.
A brouter operates on the DATA LINK and the NETWORK OSI layers.
A dynamic link state route discovery protocol for IPX.
NLSP
(NetWare Link Services Protocol)
Dynamic link state route discovery protocol for TCP/IP.
OSPF
(Open Shortest Path First)
Dynamic routing communication method used by routers to automatically update their routing tables.
RIP
(Routing Information Protocol)
Device that directs packets from one network to another based on the destination ID, typically an _____ or _____ address.
A ROUTER is a device that directs packets from one network to another based on the destination ID, typically an IP or IPX address.