Join Lazaro Diaz for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring RIPv2, part of Advanced Topics in Cisco Routing: RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF.
- All right, we have connectivity across our network.…Everything is working, but it's static routes.…If our network grows, we're gonna have…a huge headache on our hands.…So how can we fix this issue?…Dynamic routing.…Now we have a choice of different routing protocols…as we discussed at the beginning,…or earlier in the introduction to the course.…We have three routing protocols.…RIP, EIGRP and OSPF.…The first routing protocol…that we're gonna configure is RIP version two.…
RIP version two is considered…a distance vector routing protocol.…It works just fine for small networks.…You can only go up to 15 routers.…Beyond 15 routers, RIP will not work.…Okay, and there's a command, as we do it,…I will emphasize it 20 million times,…cause you cannot forget it.…It's easier on you because instead of telling the router,…"Hey, these networks exist beyond this point",…you're telling the router, "Hey, these are the routers…"that I'm connected to", and you're going to…snitch yourself out to your neighbor.…
And that's what it essentially it is.…
- Configuring static and default routes
- Understanding dynamic routing
- Issuing verification commands
- Comparing RIPng and RIPv2
- Using RIP timers
- Configuring an EIGRP feasible successor route
- Exploring EIGRP options
- Introducing the OSPF process ID
- Exploring wildcard masking
Skill Level Advanced
1. Configuring Routing on a Cisco Router
2. The Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
3. The Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
4. The Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Routing Protocol
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