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Howard Huntley
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      08-26-2004
Can one mix Static routing tables and IGRP on the same network?
 
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Mirko Kulpa
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      08-26-2004
Howard Huntley wrote:
> Can one mix Static routing tables and IGRP on the same network?


Yes. You can have static routes and dynamic routing protocols in the
same network.


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      08-26-2004
You can run as many routing protocol as you like. The trikc is to
understand how they will interact.

Each routing protocol hasan administrative difference which controls
whether it routes will be preferred over andother routing protocol

IGRP routes have an admin distance of 100.
Connected routes have a distance of 0.
Static routes has a admin distance of 1.

So if a router has all three route type for a specific route, it
prefers the one wiht the lowest AD, i.e connected.
 
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