write a discussion Cover the purpose of routing

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Cover the purpose of routing, what is unicast vs multicast, and routing protocols.

·Assign groups to research the various routing related terms

oEIGRP

oOSPF

oBGP

oRIPv2

oMetric Cost

oAccess Control List

oRouting Table

·Have each group present a term, what it does, how to use it, and why you would want to use it properly.

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Dmitry
School: University of Maryland

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Routing
A router is a hardware component that connects multiple networks (Wide Area Network), or
single networks (Local Area Network) one Internet Protocol packets.
Unicast routing protocols are the transmission of information over single or multiple internet
protocol packets on some routes, while multicast routing protocols are the transmission of data
from a single packet routed to ...

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Outstanding Job!!!!

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