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Answer i found to be correct:

a classless routing protocol is one which does contain the subnet address in the packet header

a classfull routing protocol does not contain the subnet mask in the packet header

some examples of a classless protocol are:

RIPv2, eigrp, ospf, is-is and bgp

a clasfull protocol would be RIPv1

classfull protocols do not support VLSM (variable length subnet mask)

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Answer i found to be correct:

a classless routing protocol is one which does contain the subnet address in the packet header

a classfull routing protocol does not contain the subnet mask in the packet header

some examples of a classless protocol are:

RIPv2, eigrp, ospf, is-is and bgp

a clasfull protocol would be RIPv1

classfull protocols do not support VLSM (variable length subnet mask)

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