Static and Dynamic 2

Static and Dynamic 2 - may not be a big deal if it is only...

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Static and Dynamic 1 Static and Dynamic IP Routing IT 242
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Static and Dynamic 2 As a network administrator you have many options to choose from when making a decision about any aspect of the network and networking. The choice between static and dynamic routing is a perfect example. Our scenario call for a decision to be made concerning the hop between two routers. The router we are working on need to have a MAC address input so another router can be utilized. The choice between static and dynamic address entry is what we have to elaborate upon. If we decide to go the static route, we would have to enter in the address by hand, which
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Unformatted text preview: may not be a big deal if it is only one router. If we were trying to create an entire routing table for all of the routers in the area, then it would be a daunting task indeed. Going the dynamic route would be as simple as allowing the router to run its natural course by communicating with other routers. This self learning trait allows routers to have a route already determined for each individual packet traversing the network. In this particular scenario, I would go the static route because it is only one router specifically that needs to be located and input into the routing table....
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