Drag and drop the characteristics from the left onto the correct routing protocol types on the right.
+ link state routing protocol
+ makes it easy to segment the network logically
+ constructs three tables as part of its operation: neighbor table, topology table and routing table
+ supports unequal path load balancing
+ distance vector routing protocol
+ metric is based on delay and reliability by default (?)
Explanation: Maybe there is something wrong with the answer “metric is based on delay and reliability by default” as OSPF metric is only dependent on the interface bandwidth & reference bandwidth while EIGRP metric is dependent on bandwidth and delay by default. But only EIGRP metric is based on delay so “EIGRP” is a better answer. Both OSPF and EIGRP have three tables to operate: neighbor table (store information about OSPF/EIGRP neighbors), topology table (store topology structure of the network) and routing table (store the best routes).
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