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  • CCNA ICND1 Hotspot – RIP

    Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

    This item contains several questions that you must answer. You can view these questions by clicking on the corresponding button to the left Changing questions can be accomplished by clicking the numbers to the left of each question. In order to complete the questions, you will need to refer to the topology. To gain access [...]

    RIPv2 – Things to Remember

    Friday, July 31st, 2009

    1. The RIP process operates from UDP port 520. 2. The metric used by RIP is hop count, with 1 signifying a directly connected network of the advertising router and 16 signifying an unreachable network. 3. RIP sends periodic updates every 30 seconds minus a small random variable that prevents the updates of neighboring routers [...]

    CCNA 640-802 Bible – Configure,Verify and Troubleshoot RIPv2

    Monday, July 20th, 2009

    1. Refer to the exhibit. The network shown in the exhibit is running the RIPv2 routing protocol. The network has converged, and the routers in this network are functioning properly. The FastEthernet0/0 interface on R1 goes down. In which two ways will the routers in this network respond to this change? (Choose two.) Tags: 640-802 [...]

    CCNA 640-802 Bible – Describe Basic Routing Concepts

    Friday, July 17th, 2009

    1. A router receives information about network 192.168.10.0/24 from multiple sources. What will the router consider the most reliable information about the path to that network? A: a directly connected interface with an address of 192.168.10.254/24 B: a static route to network 192.168.10.0/24 C: a RIP update for network 192.168.10.0/24 D: an OSPF update for [...]

    The Audio Series 2: IP Routing – RIP & EIGRP

    Monday, June 22nd, 2009

    The Audio Series 2 contain: 01. Longest Match Routing 02. Recrusive Routing Lookups 03. Static Routing 04. Default Static Routing 05. IP Default Network 06. IP Default Gateway 07. Metric vs Distance Tags: Audio, Audio Exams, EIGRP, RIP

    R&S Quick Notes – IGP’s

    Friday, June 12th, 2009

    RIP Know your filters: Offset-list, Distribute-lists, distance command. With filters read carefully: “between 25 & 45″ or “from 25 to 45″. Know your prefix-lists or alternatively using ACL’s instead. “passive interface” command, ONLY stops the sending of updates out the interface. Interface will still receive and process those updates. Passive interfaces will still be advertised [...]

    Link-State Routing

    Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

    Link-state routing differs from distance-vector routing in that each router knows the exact topology of the network. This reduces the number of bad routing decisions that can be made because every router in the process has an identical view of the network. Each router in the network will report on its state, the directly connected [...]

    CCNA(640-802) Lab – RIPv2(New)

    Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

    RIPv2 was first described in RFC 1388 and RFC 1723 (1994); the current RFC is 2453, written in November 1998. Although current environments use advanced routing protocols such as OSPF and EIGRP, there still are networks using RIP. The need to use VLSMs and other requirements prompted the definition of RIPv2. RIPv2 improves upon RIPv1 [...]

    CCNA Quick Notes – Routing

    Friday, April 3rd, 2009

    1.How do OSPF-enabled routers build adjacencies and exchange their routing tables? OSPF-enabled routers build adjacencies by sending Hello packets out through all OSPF-enabled interfaces. If these routers share a command link and agree on parameters set within their Hello packets then they become neighbors. If these parameters differ then the routers do not become neighbors [...]