Category:Default routing

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Default route (represented as IP prefix in most IP routing protocols) is the route that is used when a router has to forward a packet toward a destination that is not present in the IP routing table. It can be used in advanced routing designs to minimize the size of the IP routing table in the edge (access) layer of the network, or in enterprise networks to get connectivity to the Internet.

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