Advanced Switching and Routing Principles and Practices_Unit3_DB

Advanced Switching and Routing Principles and Practices_Unit3_DB

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Advanced Switching and Routing Principles and Practices Unit 3 Discussion Board Kregg M. Soltow September 7, 2011 American Intercontinental University How do routing protocols work? Information in the form of packets is continuously produced by our machines, and these packets consist of routing protocols. Said protocols are in turn routed along to their planned receiver. The packets then make their way to their destination via routing upon a sequence of routers, primarily done by means of the IP address portrayed within the “IP header”. All routing protocols individually are re distributed into two separate collections. These collections are referred to as the “Interior Gateway Protocols” and the “Exterior Gateway Protocols”. This of course deduces that one collection is utilized within and the opposite on the outside. Meaning that, the IGP string of routing protocols is therefore utilized on “internal networks” opposed to the EGP string of routing protocols being utilized upon the tangible Web. This of course puts great importance on
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course ITCO 101 taught by Professor Gugenhiem during the Spring '12 term at AIU Online.

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Advanced Switching and Routing Principles and Practices_Unit3_DB

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