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Answered 2013-04-09 13:12:37

RIP and OSpf are non-proprietary protocol

eigrp is a proprietary protocol i.e it is a vendor specific

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


Distance vector protocols compute their routing tables before sending routing updates; link-state protocols do not.


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Routing means going from X->Y,route means only showing the direction that it as to goto X from Y.Routing protocols are configured on the global mobe.where as route protocols are configured on serial interfaces.



routers use routing protocols to exchange routing information. check out the link below for lots of information on routing protocols.



Passive-interface command is used in all routing protocols to disable sending updates out from a specific interface.


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Dear All, Clasful routing protocols will not support VLSM because it doesn't send the subnet mask information along with routing information. Classless routing protocols will support VLSM as because it s sending the subnet mask information with routing updates. Regards, Sivaraj C


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The routing process occurs in the 3rd OSI layer (network layer) routing protocols use network address (IP address in TCP/IP) to chose the correct path to the destination. ps: You can also have routing protocols on other layers sometimes (application layer in p2p routing) but this is something completely different.




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