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RIP v1 is a classfull distance vector protocol.
It send and receive v1 informations only

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RIPv1: Routing Information Protocol version 1. Ripv2: Routing Information Protocol version 2. EIGRP: Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol.

RIPv2 sends subnetmasks in the routing table updates. RIPv1 does not, which causes it be class-full.

RIP V1 dose not support CIDR or VLSM as it a clasfull routing protocol that dose not include the subnet mask.. however if you were to use RIPV2 you could use static routing with it as it is a classless protocol and dose incoperate the subset mask in the update

1) It is a distance vector routing protocol. 2) The data portion of a RIP message is encapsulated into a UDP segment.

Dynamically, as related to a routing protocol is a type of networking technique whereby the routing protocol creates, updates and maintains the dynamic routing table.

Classful vs. Classless RIPv1 is a classful protocol, meaning that the subnet mask is not included in the routing updates. With RIP, only the default subnet mask is used to identify networks. RIP v2 is a classless protocol, meaning that the subnet mask IS included in the routing tables.. RIPv2 supports variable subnet masks (VLSM).

RIP VERSIONV1 can be seen to exclude subnet information from routing updates, this is because ripv1 is a classful routing protocol and does not support VSLM, this was corrected in RIPv2 where ripv2 does send out subnet mask's in the form of a prefix eg /24 which is the subnet mask of or a class c address.

Because RIPv1 is a classless protocol, it does not support this access. RIPv1 does not support discontiguous networks. RIPv1 does not support load balancing. RIPv1 does not support automatic summarization.

Routing Information Protocol = RIP

RIP stands for routing information protocol. It is an intra domain routing protocol.

it is a cisco propriatary routing protocol.

Routing is of two types static and dynamic . In dynamic routing there are two protocols interior and exterior. Interior routing is inside an autonomous system and Exterior routing is between an autonomous system.RIP is short for routing information protocol. RIP is an interior protocol that is used inside an autonomous system.

If your router or routers are using Routing Information Protocol version 1 (RIPv1), the RIP Listener service can be turned on to listen for updates sent by the router(s). It will add the new routes to the routing table on the local machine.

EIGRP : Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

A classless routing protocol can route between subnets

The distance vector routing protocol and link state routing protocol both are in dynamic routing protocol. The distance vector routing protocol uses no. of hops for the finding the best route while link state routing protocol uses bandwidth (cost) of the link for the finding best route . The cost will be calculated by [10(8)/bandwidth of the link] Distance vector routing has limited hop count Link state routing has unlimited hop count. The RIP ,IGRP fall under category of distance vector routing protocol. while OSPF is of link state routing protocol. Hitesh Pardeshi

A routing protocol is a protocol that routers use to tell each other about available routes. Some of the routing protocols include RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP.

BSP (Border Gateway Protocol) A complex routing protocol used on border and exterior routers. BGP is the routing protocol used on Internet Backbones.

Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP) are two very popular Distance Vector routing protocols

if a protocol is only classfull(RIPv1, IGRP) the command will have no effect, but in protocols that support vlsm and classless ip adressing it will enable the protocol to send the subnet mask in it's packets so that a router would not recognize only class networks, but also their subnets.

OSPF is short form of open shortest path first. OSPF is based on linked state routing.

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