Acronyms Basics AS Routing Protocols DV or LState Protocol

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Copyright


2003, Cisco Systems, Inc.

CCNA 2: Mod 6


Routing and Routing Protocols




Acronyms

Basics

AS

Routing

Protocols

DV or LState

The “Odd”
Protocol

100

ISP


What is Internet
Service Provider?

This type of routing
protocol makes
adjustments
automatically.


What is a Dynamic
routing pro
tocol?

The organization that
assigns AS numbers.


Who is the American
Registry of Internet
Numbers (ARIN)?

This routing protocol
has a hop count limit
of 15.


What is RIP?

Uses fewer system
resources, such as
RAM and processing
power.


What are Distance
Ve
ctor protocols?

OSPF, RIP, IGRP


What is OSPF?
(RIP & IGRP are
distance vector
protocols)

200

AS


What is Autonomous
System?

This type of routing
protocol is
programmed by a
network
administrator.


What is a Static
routing protocol?

The size of an AS.


Wh
at is 16 bits? (0


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uses the DUAL
alg潲it桭.


What is EIGRP?

Each r潵ter
maintains a⁣潭灬ete
view 潦 the netw潲欮


What are⁌in欠State
灲潴潣潬s?

IGRPⰠEIGRPⰠRIP


What is RIP?
(IGRP &⁅IGRP
are 扯bh Cisc漠
灲潰oietary
灲潴潣o
ls)

300

SPF


What is Shortest
Path First?

The command used
to create a static
route.


What is
ip route
?

The purpose of an
AS.


What is
T
o
p
rovide a
consistent view of
routing to the outside
world?

This routing protocol
uses bandwidth,
delay, load, and
rel
iability to
calculate a metric.


What is IGRP?

Result in faster
convergence.


What are Link State
protocols?

IS
-
IS, EIGRP,
OSPF


What is EIGRP?
(IS
-
IS & OSPF are
link state protocols)

400

BGP


What is Border
Gateway Protocol?

This type of route is
used to

direct traffic
when a network is
not listed in the
routing table.


What is a
default
static route
?

A routing protocol
that requires an AS.


What is IGRP or
EIGRP?

This routing protocol
sends updates every
30 seconds,
regardless of
topology changes.


What
is RIP?

Less bandwidth
intensive, once
operational.


What are Link State
protocols?


OSPF, RIP, BGP


What is BGP?
(BGP is not an
interior protocol)


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DUAL


What is Diffused
Update Algorithm?

The command used
to test whether a
destination network
is reac
hable.


What is
ping
?

The type of routing
protocol used to send
traffic from one AS
to another.


What is an External
routing protocol?

This routing protocol
floods updates when
the topology
changes.


What is OSPF?

Sends updates at a
regular interval.


What

are Distance
Vector protocols?


RIP, EIGRP, IS
-
IS


What is IS
-
IS? (RIP
& EIGRP are
distance vector
protocols)



Final Jeopardy


The full command used direct all traffic for destinations not in the routing table out through serial port 0/1.


What is
ip ro
ute 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 s0/1
?