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Default routing is confusing, help!!!
Understanding default route is proving to be a bit hard for me!
Every thing was ok until "IP classless" command came in between!!
"If you’re using default routing, you must use the ip classless command because it is possible that no remote subnets will be in the
routing table."-CCNA guide quote(page:- 375)
how using ip classless command will help if there are no remote subnets in the routing table?? ip classless is used when we need to add diff. subnet masks on each interface, isn't it? what it has to do with default routing and routing tables??
and my 2nd question is, we must only use default routing on stud networks, right?, then why are we using it on fig.6.10(pg 275)??
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