What Cisco router configuration component does an implementer use to create a floating static route?

A. Primary interface
B. Administrative distance
C. Loopback
D. Description
Correct Answer: B
Section: Routing
Often, backup links use a different technology. For example, a leased line can be in parallel with a backup dialup line or ISDN circuit. However, it is more common
to use DSL lines as backup in today’s networks. By using floating static routes, you can specify that the backup route have a higher administrative distance
(used by Cisco routers to select routing information) so that it is not normally used unless the primary route goes down. This design is less available than the
partial mesh presented previously. Typically, on-demand backup links reduce WAN charges.

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