How does the RIB differ from the FIB?
A . The RIB is used to create network topologies and routing tables. The FIB is a list of routes to particular network destinations.
B . The FIB includes many routes a single destination. The RIB is the best route to a single destination.
C . The RIB includes many routes to the same destination prefix. The FIB contains only the best route
D . The FIB maintains network topologies and routing tables. The RIB is a Iist of routes to particular network destinations.
RIB is derived from the control plane, FIB is used for forwarding.