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Cisco CCNA IP Routing Configuration «

Cisco CCNA IP Routing Configuration

Description

This unit defines static and default routes, lists the commands that can be used to configure static and default routes, and discusses the advantages of static routes. Routing tables are also defined in this unit. The unit also defines administrative distance and discusses the default administrative distances of routing information sources such as static routes, RIP, and IGRP, characteristics of the Routing Information Protocol (RIP), how RIP uses hop count as its metric.

The stability features of RIP such as split horizon, hold down mechanism, and hop count limits are discussed. This unit also teaches the differences between RIP version 1 and RIP version 2, illustrates packet formats of both RIP versions, details the commands that are used to add RIP to the router configuration as well as the commands used to monitor an RIP network.

Other features discussed are improved metric and unequal cost load balancing, of Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP), How IGRP uses internetwork delay, bandwidth, reliability, load, and MTU as its composite metrics, features IGRP provides such as hold downs, split horizons, and poison-reverse to enhance its stability and the commands that are used to add IGRP to a router configuration and the commands used to monitor an IGRP network.

Outcomes

Upon completion of this unit students should know, understand and be able to discuss IP routing configuration, routes, routing tables, RIP and IGRP.

Assessment

Students are presented with pre-course test to determine their knowledge before taking the course. During the course students will be presented with a series of quizzes to determine gained knowledge and retention of each section. At the end of the course students will be given a post course test to measure their overall understanding of the subject and retention of knowledge. By comparing their pre and post course test scores, students will be able to measure their knowledge gain.

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