Prerequisite – Network Devices
Bridge is a network device, which works in data link layer. Through bridge, data or information is store and sent in the form of packet. Whereas Router is also a network device which works in network layer. Through router, data or information is store and sent in the form of packet.
The main difference between bridge and router is that, bridge study or scan the device’s MAC address. On the other hand, router study or scan the device’s IP address.
Let’s see that the difference between bridge and router which are given below:
|1.||Bridge works in data link layer.||While Router works in network layer.|
|2.||Through bridge, data or information is not store and sent in the form of packet.||While through router, data or information is store and sent in the form of packet.|
|3.||There are only two ports in bridge.||While there are more than two ports in router.|
|4.||Bridge connects two different LANs.||While router is used by LAN as well as MAN for connection.|
|5.||In bridge, routing table is not used.||While in routers, routing table is used.|
|6.||Bridge works on single broadcast domain.||While router works on more than single broadcast domain.|
- Network Devices (Hub, Repeater, Bridge, Switch, Router, Gateways and Brouter)
- Difference between Hub and Bridge
- Difference between Bridge and Gateway
- Difference between Router and Switch
- Difference between Modem and Router
- Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) and Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
- Introduction of a Router
- Cisco Router modes
- Configuration of Router on a stick
- Backing up Cisco IOS Router image
- Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)
- Cisco Router basic commands
- Root Bridge Election in Spanning Tree Protocol
- Introduction of Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) and its configuration
- Open shortest path first (OSPF) router roles and configuration
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