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Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) is a dynamic class routing protocol used by autonomous system routers running on TCP/IP hosts.
IGP overcomes Routing Information Protocol (RIP) network limitations and supports multiple routing metrics, including delay, bandwidth, load and reliability.
Routers use IGP when exchanging Internet Protocol data. A single adjustable formula combines for route comparison and creates IGP metrics.
The two IGP types are:
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