In this video, Russ walks through some of the basics of EIGRP. Learn how EIGRP works and how the protocol exchanges network information within a topology.
- [Instructor] So, we finished up OSPF,…a highly scalable, industry standard…dynamic routing protocol.…Let's look at the other popular modern routing protocol…which is EIGRP…or Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol.…Now, EIGRP is an advanced distance vector routing protocol…created by Cisco.…Now, in the past, it has been a proprietary protocol,…only available on Cisco products.…Now, this is has changed in recent years…and EIGRP is now considered an open standard.…
Well, a semi-open standard, let's put it that way.…EIGRP is an interior gateway protocol that just like OSPF…means we will use it within an autonomous system.…So, let's go through the tale of the tape for EIGRP.…First, it is a distance vector-based protocol,…but not in the strict sense.…It is more of an advanced version…of a distance vector protocol…than a basic implementation…and this is due to some updated processes…that we're going to go through.…
It's kind of proprietary like I said earlier.…Even though Cisco won't allow other vendors…to make changes to the protocol itself,…
- Static routing
- Dynamic routing
- Interior vs. exterior routing protocols
- InterVLAN routing
- OSPF routing
- EIGRP routing
- Other routing protocols
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