Building routing tables, Computer Networking

There are basically two functions for creating routing tables, which are as given:

  • Manual entry
  • Software

Further there are two types for computing routing table information.

  • Static routing
  • Dynamic routing

STATIC ROUTING:

It is completed at boot time. It is easy and has low network load. It is inflexible.

DYNAMIC ROUTING:

It accepts automatic updates by a programmer. It may work around network failures regularly.

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