Which type of static route typically uses the distance parameter in the ip route global configuration command?
- summary static route
- default static route
- floating static route
- standard static route
Explanation: Because a floating static route is not designed to be used as a primary route, its configuration requires a higher administrative distance than the usual default value of 1. When set higher than the administrative distance for the current routing protocol, the distance parameter allows the route to be used only when the primary route fails. All other forms of static routes have specific uses as primary routes.
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