In this video, Russ talks about some of the other dynamic routing protocols that can be deployed in your routing environments. Learn some of the other protocols that can be deployed to train routers about network destinations.
- [Narrator] Now, EIGRP and OSPF aren't the only protocols…available to us within our routing environments.…In this lesson, let's discuss some of the other…dynamic routing protocols we may see in the real world.…Now, the first protocol we're going to discuss is RIP.…Now, this is largely a legacy protocol…that isn't used very often in the modern world,…but you might run into it in your career…so let's dabble in it for a second, shall we?…First, RIP uses hop count as its metric…and hop count is based solely on the number of routers…that you will go through to reach a destination.…
Now, this work perfectly fine…when routers were a bit of a speed bump when moving data…and all links were likely about equal in terms of speed,…but times have definitely changed.…In traversing routers now,…it has a minimal impact on slowing data down…and determining data delivery.…Now, RIP is also a distance vector…interior gateway protocol.…It doesn't care about the topology.…It doesn't care what its neighbors are doing.…
All it cares about is which interface a neighbor resides…
- Static routing
- Dynamic routing
- Interior vs. exterior routing protocols
- InterVLAN routing
- OSPF routing
- EIGRP routing
- Other routing protocols
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