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specific destination for them and you don't want to send them out through the
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default route to prevent routing loops).
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<p>There are five types of static routes: `classical' routes telling to forward
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<p>There are four types of static routes: `classical' routes telling to forward
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packets to a neighboring router (single path or multipath, possibly weighted),
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device routes specifying forwarding to hosts on a
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directly connected network, recursive routes computing their nexthops by doing
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route table lookups for a given IP, and special routes (sink, blackhole etc.)
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which specify a special action to be done instead of forwarding the packet.
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device routes specifying forwarding to hosts on a directly connected network,
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recursive routes computing their nexthops by doing route table lookups for a
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given IP, and special routes (sink, blackhole etc.)  which specify a special
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action to be done instead of forwarding the packet.
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<p>When the particular destination is not available (the interface is down or
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the next hop of the route is not a neighbor at the moment), Static just

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