The routing layer containing the access routers.
A router that is directly connected to the switches used for final delivery of packets.
Used to determine the Ethernet address associated with a specific IP address on a LAN.
A number assigned to every IP routing protocol used to determine the best route to a destination when the route is learned from more than one routing protocol. The route with the lowest administrative distance is considered to be the best route.
Grouping multiple destinations into one address. Also referred to as information hiding or summarization.
In OSPF, a router that has at least one interface ...