What routing table entry has a next hop address associated with a destination network?
- directly-connected routes
- local routes
- remote routes
- C and L source routes
Explanation:Routing table entries for remote routes will have a next hop IP address. The next hop IP address is the address of the router interface of the next device to be used to reach the destination network. Directly-connected and local routes have no next hop, because they do not require going through another router to be reached.