When you try to sign into a new application/website, you are provided with options as follows:
The second option of signing in is basically what OAuth is. So, OAuth 2.0 is a concept that most of us use every day when creating new accounts.
But we are unaware of the fact that we are using it. The figure below shows the front end of a third-party web application allowing users to authorize themselves to use OAuth 2.0.
This election is done ONLY in multi-access networks.
( Multi-access networks are networks that have multiple routers connected through a switch — Shown below )
“Open Shortest Path First” has been the most popular routing algorithm after RIP (Routing Information Protocol) became obsolete.