Redundant routing information, Computer Networking

Notice repetition of information in routing table for node 1 as given above in the figure.

We can see that switch has only outgoing connection, all traffic must goes that connection.

DEFAULT ROUTES:

Routing table entries can be deleted with a default route. If the receiver does not have in explicit routing table entry, then it need a default route. Default routes for 4 nodes are given in the figure below.

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