Link-state routing is one of the main classes of routing protocol, which is used in packet switching network preferably for the computer networking whereas the distance vector routing is vector which contains both the distance and the direction. The differences between classes and classless routing protocol is that the classless routing does not include the subnet mask and does not even support the subnet mask but the classful routing protocols are able to subnet mask through updates and support the subnet. The examples include ipv4 protocol, Rip V1 and IGRP
Nov 21st, 2014
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