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Routing protocols 2.1

Dynamic Routing Protocols Dynamic Routing Protocols explained .: OSPF, EIGRP, OSPF, RIP..Part of the video series CCNP Route series 2.1...
by ccnp route on Nov 14, 2015

Routing protocols - Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)

   Link-state routing protocols are a more complex category of dynamic routing protocols. These type of protocols use a different approach when interacting with network resources. Devices that run a link state routing protocol share a netwo...
by IT training day on Mar 1, 2013

Routing protocols - Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)

   Link-state routing protocols are a more complex category of dynamic routing protocols. These type of protocols use a different approach when interacting with network resources. Devices that run a link state routing protocol share a netwo...
by IT training day on Mar 1, 2013

Routing protocols - Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)

   EIGRP is another distance vector protocol that is the classless implementation of the Cisco proprietary IGRP protocol. It is a complex protocol that uses different features to provide up-to-date routing information. Some of  EIGRPs...
by IT training day on Feb 26, 2013

Routing protocols - Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)

   EIGRP is another distance vector protocol that is the classless implementation of the Cisco proprietary IGRP protocol. It is a complex protocol that uses different features to provide up-to-date routing information. Some of  EIGRPs...
by IT training day on Feb 26, 2013

Routing protocols - Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

   In the last post I've talked about the elements that you need to know before talking about Interior Gateway Protocols. Also, I've told you that IGPs are divided into two categories, distance vector protocols and link state rout...
by IT training day on Feb 23, 2013

Routing protocols - Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

   In the last post I've talked about the elements that you need to know before talking about Interior Gateway Protocols. Also, I've told you that IGPs are divided into two categories, distance vector protocols and link state rout...
by IT training day on Feb 23, 2013

Routing Protocols - CIDR and VLSM

   We spoke in a past article about the IP classes that were invented for the Internet Protocol version 4. Because the Internet expanded so fast , IP addresses became fewer and fewer, this is why different techniques were invented to reduce...
by IT training day on Feb 18, 2013

Routing Protocols - main aspects of dynamic routing protocols

   Dynamic routing protocols are used to maintain newest routing information in communications between network devices, discover other networks and choose the best paths to forward messages. One of the earliest dynamic routing protocol...
by IT training day on Feb 18, 2013

Routing protocols - How to configure static routes and more

   I've mentioned in the previous post that routing tables can be updated by either dynamic or static routing mechanisms. In this post I will show you how to configure and troubleshoot static routing on a Cisco intermediary device. I hope y...
by IT training day on Feb 18, 2013

Routing protocols - configure connection between routers

Hello, In this post I will put in practice everything that we have learned so far. I will start by making the basic router configuration and then I will continue with the following commands: Logging Synchronous - If you enable this command all rou...
by IT training day on Feb 18, 2013

Routing protocols - Router basic configuration

   In the following articles I will focus more on describing the well known routing protocols used today in networking. Routing is the process of selecting paths in a network along which to send network traffic (Wikipedia). In this art...
by IT training day on Feb 18, 2013

Routing protocols - interior gateway protocols

   In this post I will describe the role and functionality of Interior Gateway Protocols (IGP). As you may recall from a previous post, the main interior gateway protocols used in networking are Rip, EIGRP and OSPF. I will talk about these...
by IT training day on Feb 18, 2013

Routing protocols - interior gateway protocols

   In this post I will describe the role and functionality of Interior Gateway Protocols (IGP). As you may recall from a previous post, the main interior gateway protocols used in networking are Rip, EIGRP and OSPF. I will talk about these...
by IT training day on Feb 18, 2013

Routing Protocols - CIDR and VLSM

   We spoke in a past article about the IP classes that were invented for the Internet Protocol version 4. Because the Internet expanded so fast , IP addresses became fewer and fewer, this is why different techniques were invented to reduce...
by IT training day on Feb 15, 2013

Routing Protocols - main aspects of dynamic routing protocols

   Dynamic routing protocols are used to maintain newest routing information in communications between network devices, discover other networks and choose the best paths to forward messages. One of the earliest dynamic routing protocol...
by IT training day on Feb 12, 2013

Routing protocols - How to configure static routes and more

   I've mentioned in the previous post that routing tables can be updated by either dynamic or static routing mechanisms. In this post I will show you how to configure and troubleshoot static routing on a Cisco intermediary device. I hope y...
by IT training day on Feb 7, 2013

Routing protocols - Router basic configuration

   In the following articles I will focus more on describing the well known routing protocols used today in networking. Routing is the process of selecting paths in a network along which to send network traffic (Wikipedia). In this art...
by IT training day on Feb 4, 2013

Routing protocols - configure connection between routers

Hello, In this post I will put in practice everything that we have learned so far. I will start by making the basic router configuration and then I will continue with the following commands: Logging Synchronous - If you enable this command all rou...
by IT training day on Feb 4, 2013

CCNA 2 Chapter 8 V4.0 Answers

1. Refer to the exhibit. Router B receives a packet with a destination address of 10.16.1.97. What will router B do? drop the packet forward the packet via the route to 10.16.1.0 forward the packet via the route to 10.16.1.64 use the default route...


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