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DIFFERENT APPROACHES IN
ROUTERS FOR ROUTING METHODS.
SUBMITTED BY:
S.PRAVEEN KUMAR
ROUTING
\u2022Routing is the act of moving information across an
internetwork from a source to a destination.
\u2022Routing is often contrasted with bridging.
\u2022The primary difference between the two is that
bridging occurs at Layer 2 (the link layer) of the OSI
reference model.
\u2022Routing involves two basic activities: determining

optimal routing paths and transporting information
groups (typically called packets) through an
internetwork.

\u2022Although packet switching is relatively
straightforward, path determination can be very
complex.
\u2022Destination/next hop associations tell a router that a

particular destination can be reached optimally by
sending the packet to a particular router representing
the \u201cnext hop\u201d on the way to the final destination.

\u2022When a router receives an incoming packet, it checks
the destination address and attempts to associate this
address with a next hop.

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