RIPv1,and v2 routing

https://youtu.be/2Eow1BhDy5U Cisco Packet Tracer Tutorial - RIPv1,and v2 routing Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is a commonly used routing protocol in small to medium TCP/IP networks. It is a stable protocol that uses a distance-vector algorithm to calculate routes. RIP Overview The Routing Information Protocol (RIP) uses broadcast UDP data packets to exchange routing information. Cisco... Continue Reading →

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Static routing with Cisco Routers

https://youtu.be/yDMBjv7LhcU Cisco Packet Tracer Tutorial - Setting up IP, and Static Routing Information About Static Routing Routers forward packets using either route information from route table entries that you manually configure or the route information that is calculated using dynamic routing algorithms. Static routes, which define explicit paths between two routers, cannot be automatically updated;... Continue Reading →

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