Dynamic routing protocols are &quot;languages&quot; routers use to communicate the details and status of networks to which they are connected. Examples include RIP , OSPF , EIGRP , BGP and IS-IS .
DYNAMIC ROUTING UNDER SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS By Archana
-Automatically update routing table when topology changes.
-Determine best path to a destination.
DYNAMIC ROUTING VS STATIC ROUTING Complexity Configuration Generally Independent of the Network size Increases with network size Required Administrator Knowledge Advanced Knowledge Required No Extra Knowledge is required Topology Changes automatically Adopts to Topology Changes Administrator intervention is required Scaling Suitable for simple and complex networks Suitable for simple networks Security Less secure More Secure Predictability Routing Depends on the current topology Routing to destination is always same