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Static or Dynamic Checkpoint

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Static or Dynamic Checkpoint July 6, 2012 Static or Dynamic * As a network administrator for a company, you want to configure an IP route between two routers. Of static and dynamic routing, which is more appropriate? A router is a device that connects two LANs or WANs together. It has the ability to determine the best known route to send packets to a destination. The factors used to determine the best known route...

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Static or Dynamic Checkpoint July 6, 2012 Static or Dynamic * As a network administrator for a company, you want to configure an IP route between two routers. Of static and dynamic routing, which is more appropriate? A router is a device that connects two LANs or WANs together. It has the ability to determine the best known route to send packets to a destination. The factors used to determine the best known route include not only the fastest route, but the most efficient. By using routing tables the known route include not only the fastest route, but the most efficient.

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