CCNA2 Module 7: Distance Vector Routing Protocols Study Guide

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CCNA2
Module
7
:
Distance Vector Routing Protocol
s


Study Guide




Describe several methods used by distance vector routing protocols to ensure
that routing information is accurate
.








List and describe the
steps for configuring RIP on a router.














List and describe the steps for verifying RIP properly operating on a router.














List and describe the steps for configuring IGRP on a router.











List and describe the steps for verifying IGRP properly operating on a router.














List and describe the
steps for troubleshooting RIP.
















List and describe the steps for troubleshooting IGRP.




















Routing loops can occur when inconsistent routing tables are not updated due
to slow convergen
ce in a changing network.

Describe what measures can be
taken by routing protocols to combat these problems.


1. maximum count:


2. split horizon:


3. triggered updates


4. hold down timers


5. route poisoning









Explain the purpose of the
IP cla
ssless

command. How do we use the
command in our routers?




Describe the three types of routes IGRP advertises
?












Be ready to describe the output of a show ip protocol and show ip route for
both types of routing protocols RIP and IGRP
?

Pri
nt out them out and label the
information found in each.









Static routes are a powerful addition to dynamic routing protocols functioning
in a router. By creating a static route and adjusting the administrative
distance higher or lower than the c
onfigured dynamic router protocols provide
what functions?




Describe load balancing
?

What two methods are offered by Cisco’s IOS?







Holddown timers impact convergence. Describe the impact on convergence
when you increase and decrease holddown

timers.










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