Which type of static route is configured with a greater administrative distance to provide a backup route to a route learned from a dynamic routing protocol?
- floating static route
- default static route
- summary static route
- standard static route
Explanation: There are four basic types of static routes. Floating static routes are backup routes that are placed into the routing table if a primary route is lost. A summary static route aggregates several routes into one, reducing the of the routing table. Standard static routes are manually entered routes into the routing table. Default static routes create a gateway of last resort.
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