Question;Part B;Network use different;routing protocols to select the routing path to reach other networks.;Adistance-vector routig uses a set of protocols (IPX, SPX, IP, DECnet) and a;distance calculation through an outgoing network interface to select the most;efficient path to a network destination.;Link-state routing;protocols track the connection status type to each link that comes from a;network. The criteria for selection are links with greater hops and faster;mediums. Those are considered the most efficient links that will be used by the;routing protocols.;?;Do you think that most;network administrators understand and use both distance-vector and link-state;protocols?;?;In your opinion, are;there other options that can perform the tasks of these protocols? What is the;future for routing through these protocols? Explain?
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