What are Static Routes Router Settings and Why are they Secure?

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Determine why the use of static routes is a security best practices for router settings.


Static Routes

One of the most secure routing solutions for your router is the use of static routes to enable Layer 3 connectivity. These are protected from route spoofing attacks because the router does not depend on routing data transmitted from other routers: The information is configured locally on your perimeter router.

Static routes are commonly used in the following situations:

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