Chapter 3 - Dynamic Routing CCNA Exploration Semester 2...

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1 7 Oct 2009 Dynamic Routing CCNA Exploration Semester 2 Chapter 3
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2 7 Oct 2009 Topics Dynamic routing protocols and network design Classifying routing protocols Metrics Administrative distance Routing tables Subnetting
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3 7 Oct 2009 Routing protocols Exterior gateway protocols Between ISPs, between ISP and major client Path vector BGP (border gateway protocol), EGP Interior gateway protocols Within private groups of networks Distance vector Link state OSPF, IS-IS
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4 7 Oct 2009 Routing protocols Exterior gateway protocols Interior gateway protocols Classful Classless IPv6
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5 7 Oct 2009 Routing protocols Exterior gateway protocols Interior gateway protocols Classful Classless IPv6 Distance vector, open standard
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6 7 Oct 2009 Routing protocols Exterior gateway protocols Interior gateway protocols Classful Classless IPv6 Distance vector, Cisco proprietary
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7 7 Oct 2009 Routing protocols Exterior gateway protocols Interior gateway protocols Classful Classless IPv6 Link state
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8 7 Oct 2009 Routing protocol - purpose Purpose is to add dynamic routes to a router’s routing table. They let routers exchange information about routes. They choose the best route to each known destination and put it in the routing table.
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9 7 Oct 2009 Static Dynamic Easy to understand and configure Little CPU processing. Uses no bandwidth Needs re-configuring when topology changes Prone to error in configuring Does not scale well to large networks More secure Requires knowledge to configure efficiently CPU processing and memory used Uses bandwidth Adjusts automatically to topology changes Less prone to error Scales well to large networks Less secure
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10 7 Oct 2009 Autonomous systems An autonomous system (AS) is a collection of networks under a common administration sharing a common routing strategy. Also known as a routing domain. Each AS has a 16 bit autonomous system number.
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