For many small and medium business networks, routing is important to ensure separation of critical resources like servers, users, wireless, and phones. Companies that use Voice over IP or video conferencing often rely on segmenting their network to ensure quality of service for different types of data.
Switches often have routing functionality built into them, but many organizations have dedicated routers to segment network traffic and improve security. Routers often work hand in hand with firewalls, and are often a critical aspect of a network, a potential single point of failure. Routers utilize routing protocols such as RIP, OSPF, IGRP, EIGRP, BGP, and so forth.
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