Why are protocols such as Local Area Transport (LAT) and NetBEUI not routable protocols?

O a. They are only routable with IP RIP. O b. They contain no layer 4 addressing. O c. They contain no network address. O d. They are routable with bridging.

The correct answer is c. For a protocol to be routable, it must have some form of network addressing. Answer a is incorrect, because IP RIP is used to route IP only. Answer b is incorrect, because the Transport layer is used to provide end-to-end delivery. Answer d is incorrect, because LAT and NetBEUI are not routable. LAT and NetBEUI were primarily designed for local area networks, and they incorporate no layer 3 addressing.

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