Kathlyn  Robel

Kathlyn Robel


FREE URDU/HINDI Lecture 7 Static Routing(Introduction & Configuration)

Today we discus static Routing basic introduction and also configuration.
1:- Introduction of Static Routing.
Static routing is a form of routing that occurs when a router uses a manually-configured routing entry, rather than information from a dynamic routing traffic. Unlike dynamic routing, static routes are fixed and do not change if the network is changed or reconfigured.

2:- Administrative Distance(AD).
An administrative distance is the metric used by routers to choose the best path when there are two or more routes to the same destination from two different routing protocols.
Static routes have a default administrative distance of 1

3:-Advantages of Static Routing.
•Minimal CPU processing.
•Easier for administrator to understand.
•Easy to configure

4:-Disadvantages of Static Routing
•Configuration and maintenance is time-consuming.
•Configuration is error-prone, especially in large networks.
•Administrator intervention is required to maintain changing route information.
•Does not scale well with growing networks; maintenance becomes cumbersome.
•Requires complete knowledge of the whole network for proper implementation.

5:-Configuration of Static Routing.
6:-Checked Connectivity(Ping and Traceroute)
7:-Configured Telnet for to give you a task


FREE URDU/HINDI Lecture 7 Static Routing(Introduction & Configuration)