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Managing the entries in router routing tables on a large internetwork could be a time-consuming task To help router administrators manage the routing table of routers throughout the internetwork, the routers could have dynamic routing protocols enabled Dynamic routing protocols are protocols enabled on routers that allow them to share information contained within their routing tables with one another As a result, routes that are known by one router will be shared with the other routers, thus saving the router administrator from having to add all the routes on all the routers! The term used for when all the routes on the network are merged into each router s routing table is convergence Convergence occurs when all routing tables have been shared with all other routers and all routers have updated their routing table with that new information When discussing the different routing Convergence is when the protocols, it is important to note that there are routes on each router are shared with two major classes of routing protocols, distance all other routers and merged into each vector and link state Each routing protocol is router s routing table either a distance vector protocol or a link state protocol
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Distance vector routing protocols measure the best route to use based on the lowest hop count The hop count is increased by one for every router between the source and the destination With distance vector routing protocols, the route with the lowest hop count is typically selected as the destination path for the data
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Examples of distance vector routing protocols are RIP and IGRP
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The Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is a distance vector protocol and is responsible for sharing its routing table information with neighboring routers by broadcasting the information over UDP every 30 seconds This broadcasting of the routing table is known as advertising, and advertising the routing table information with neighboring routers exempts the network administrator from having to add the routes manually RIP is an industry-standard routing protocol, which means that it is supported by many different vendors, so you could use it as a routing protocol to share routing table information between routers from different manufacturers RIP will choose the route with the lowest hop count, but if two different routes have the same hop count, RIP will load-balance the traffic over those two routes Know that RIP is limited to 15 hops, so it is used only on small networks RIPv1 has the limitation that it only works with classful addresses because it doesn t send subnet mask information with the routing table RIPv2 is an update to RIPv1 and does support classless addressing and variable-length subnet masks because it sends the subnet mask information with the routing table Let s assume you are the administrator for ROUTERA shown back in Figure 5-3 ROUTERA will have routes to the 19216810 and 19216820 networks by default If you wanted to configure RIP on ROUTERA to advertise knowledge of those two networks, you would type the following commands on ROUTERA (remember not to type what is before the > and # because they are the prompts that would appear on the screen):
ROUTERA> enable ROUTERA# configure terminal ROUTERA(config)# router rip ROUTERA(config-router)# network 19216810 ROUTERA(config-router)# network 19216820
Once RIP, or any other routing protocol, has been enabled on both ROUTERA and ROUTERB, the two routers will then share knowledge of any networks they know about When ROUTERA receives knowledge of the 19216830 network and builds the new network into its routing table, this is known as convergence Figure 5-11 displays the routing table on ROUTERA after RIP has been enabled on both routers Notice the letter R beside the 19216830 route, meaning that the route was learned through RIP
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