Semester 2 Chapter 10 Study Guide

Semester 2 Chapter 10 Study Guide - CCNA Exploration...

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CCNA Exploration Routing Protocols and Concepts 10 – Link State Routing Protocols: Study Guide Student Name: ___SCOTT MOODY______ As an analogy, which type of approach does a link state protocol use for a view of a network? Link-state routing protocols are more like a road map because they create a topological map of the network and each router uses this map to determine the shortest path to each network. Which algorithm does a link state protocol use? Edsger Dijkstra's shortest path first (SPF) algorithm. What arbitrary value does each path use? Next Hop What type of packets do link state protocols exchange with other routers? Hello Packets List some of the information included in a Link-State. Link-state routing protocols create a topological map, or SPF tree of the network topology. Distance vector routing protocols do not have a topological map of the network. After the initial flooding of LSPs, link-state routing protocols only send out an LSP when there is a change in the topology. The LSP contains only the information regarding
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