What defines a host route on a Cisco router?

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What defines a host route on a Cisco router?

  • An IPv4 static host route configuration uses a destination IP address of a specific device and a /32 subnet mask.
  • A static IPv6 host route must include the interface type and the interface number of the next hop router.
  • A host route is designated with a C in the routing table.
  • The link-local address is added automatically to the routing table as an IPv6 host route.

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