When OSPF learns multiple paths to a network, how does it select a route?

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When OSPF learns multiple paths to a network, how does it select a route?

  • A. It multiple the active K value by 256 to calculate the route with the lowest metric.
  • B. For each existing interface, it adds the metric from the source router to the destination to calculate the route with the lowest bandwidth.
  • C. It divides a reference bandwidth of 100 Mbps by the actual bandwidth of the existing interface to calculate the router with the lowest cost.
  • D. It count the number of hops between the source router and the destination to determine the router with the lowest metric.

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