Interior gateway protocol



(IGP) An Internet protocol which distributes routing information to the routers within an autonomous system. The term “gateway” is historical, “router” is currently the preferred term.
See also Exterior Gateway Protocol, Open Shortest Path First, Routing Information Protocol.
(1994-11-09)

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