In this video, Russ goes through the configuration of a static route and some of the details of the routing table. Learn how to configure a default route and interpret the routing table.
- [Instructor] All right, so here we are in my environment,…as you can see, we're at privileged EXEC mode.…Let's go ahead and take a look at this particular router.…Now, the first thing we want to do,…with any router, really,…is take a look at the routing table,…and we're going to do that with show ip route.…Now, much of this is going to be review for you,…but pay attention if you haven't had your hands…on a router in a while,…they will be testing on this…so it's important to know your way around here.…Now, the first thing I would like you…to focus on is the codes at the top here.…The first code I want to talk about is connected.…
This is a connected route.…Now, how many of you remember the administrative distance…on a connected route?…Well, it's zero, it's the most trustworthy it can be,…and this is why,…a connected route is nothing more than an interface…that is UP/UP and has an IP address assigned…to it on the router itself,…so this is direct information.…You can't get any more trustworthy than that.…Next, let's move to static.…
- Static routing
- Dynamic routing
- Interior vs. exterior routing protocols
- InterVLAN routing
- OSPF routing
- EIGRP routing
- Other routing protocols
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