Dynamic Routing Tables

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Dynamic Routing Tables This lesson covers dynamic routing tables. A routing table can be static or dynamic. A static routing table requires information to be manually entered by hand. A dynamic routing automatically finds the best route. Dynamic routing uses either Internal Gateway Protocol (IGP) or External Gateway Protocol (EGP). This lesson also discusses convergence, or steady state. Convergence occurs when all of the routers have all of the same topology information and all of the same routing information. Convergence means routers are communicating with each other and they all have the same ideas on how to get to a particular server.
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