Which type of routing protocol will be used when connecting to an Internet service provider?

A. Classless routing protocol
B. Exterior gateway protocol
C. Interior gateway protocol
D. Classful routing protocol
Correct Answer: B
Section: Routing
Explanation
Explanation/Reference:
Routing protocols can be categorized as interior gateway protocols (IGP) or exterior gateway protocols (EGP). IGPs are meant for routing within an organization’s
administrative domain (in other words, the organization’s internal network). EGPs are routing protocols used to communicate with exterior domains, where routing
information is exchanged between administrative domains. When connecting to an ISP you are exchanging routing information between administrative domains so
an EGP is required

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