SEMESTER_2_Chapter_7

SEMESTER_2_Chapter_7 - SEMESTER 2 Chapter 7 RIPv2 V 4.0 7.0.1.1 Why has RIP lost favor as opposed to other protocols When is RIP a desirable

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SEMESTER 2 Chapter 7 RIPv2 V 4.0 7.0.1.1 Why has RIP lost favor as opposed to other protocols? When is RIP a desirable protocol? What are the enhanced features of RIPv2? What do both versions of RIP share in features and limitations? 7.1.1.3 What type of address must be used when a packet is sent outside your private network? What subnet mask is used when only two ip addresses are needed? 7.1.1.4 What is a loopback interface? What is a loopback address used for in the lab setting? 7.1.2.1 What is the command to establish a supernet route? What does a supernet route do to the routing table? What are the two characteristics of a null interface? What happens to traffic sent to a null interface? What command will send a route to other routers in the network? 7.1.2.2 What is the first command to check network connectivity? What should the result of the above command show? What is the second command to use to check connectivity? 7.1.3.1
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course BUSN 115 taught by Professor Jack during the Winter '10 term at DeVry Arlington.

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SEMESTER_2_Chapter_7 - SEMESTER 2 Chapter 7 RIPv2 V 4.0 7.0.1.1 Why has RIP lost favor as opposed to other protocols When is RIP a desirable

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