||The default route address is 0.0.0.0.|
||IGRP and EIGRP advertise a default address as an external address type.|
||A stub router is a router with only a single link to another router. A stub network is a network with only one attached router.|
||Using a default route rather than a full routing table can conserve router memory by keeping the table small and can save router processing cycles by limiting the routing information that must be processed.|
||Using a full routing table rather than a default route can make routing more accurate.|
||ODR uses Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) to discover routes.|
||ODR is available in IOS 11.2 and later.|
||The medium over which ODR is to run must support SNAP.|
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