static routing


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static routing

Forwarding data in a network via a fixed path. Static routing cannot adjust to changing line conditions as can dynamic routing. See routing protocol.
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L2+ and static routing to help route internal traffic for more efficient use of network resources
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For instance, a decision must be made between a border gateway protocol (BGP) or static routing configuration, whether to run multiple BGP sessions on one port, IPv6 native or dual stack, DDOS and other protections, link aggregation, etc.
Support for BGP and OSPF routing protocols simplify deployments by eliminating static routing configurations.
Static routing, dynamic routing and multiple VLANs, among other services, allow for streamlined configuration and integration in remote settings where traditional SCADA networks will not suffice.
routing protocols, including static routing, RIP, OSPF, ECMP and VRRP.
Router configuration and increasingly complex routing scenarios are tackled next, from a simple static routing to a multi-area OSPF, followed by a long section on switching, a discussion of the issues of redundancy and a description of IPv6 protocol.
In addition to VLAN support for traffic segmentation, QoS for traffic prioritization, advanced security and IGMP snooping, the switch also provides advanced features such as dynamic VLAN assignment, double VLAN tagging, ACL binding, static routing, and MLP snooping.
They discuss design challenges like data flow, selection of network media, IP allocation, subnetting, and configuration of VLANs and Layer 3 routed networks; advanced routing techniques using RIP/RIPv2, OSPF, IS-IS, EIGRP, and other protocols; and how to address requirements like static routing and route redistribution.
However, a pre-deterministic approach could be applied only in the case of static routing.
The text of this course book is taken directly from the Cisco Networking Academy's online course covering both static routing and dynamic routing protocols.