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    Default I got lost in static routing

    I am using testout for 70-291
    The instructor is very good with a great demonstration and details
    But talking about static routing, he looks a bit confusing (maybe i am confused)
    i have a question about static routing

    for example, if we have 3 servers as routers, do we have to configure all of their static routing setting on each computer?

    hope you guys help me
    Thanks
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    Normally you would have a routing protocol managing the routing. Static routing is then something you can add on top of that in limited circumstances to have complete control.

    In a lab enviornment with 3 servers where you intended to use only static routing, you would need a route from A to B, B to C, and A to C.
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    Thanks
    Now i understand how static routing works
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