What does a code of “O” indicate next to a route in the routing table?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 1 v7What does a code of “O” indicate next to a route in the routing table?

What does a code of “O” indicate next to a route in the routing table?

  • a directly connected route
  • a route with an administrative distance of 0
  • a gateway of last resort
  • a route learned dynamically from OSPF

Explanation: Codes at the beginning of each routing table entry are used to identify the type of route or how the route was learned. A code of “O” indicates the route was learned from OSPF.

More Questions: 8.5.7 Check Your Understanding – Introduction to Routing


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