Category:IP routing protocols

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IP routing protocols are control-plane protocols that allow routers (also known as layer-3 switches) to exchange information about reachability of IP prefixes. They are commonly divided based on the underlying technology into distance vector and link-state protocols, or based on their applicability into interior and exterior routing protocols.

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