you can use
SHOW IP PROTOCOL
you will be able to see all running protocols in your router and its details...
Perhaps you mean the "passive-interface" command in Cisco routers; what this does is that no information related to the routing protocol will be sent through the specified interface. For example, the interface that connects your network to the ISP should not carry any routing protocol information, since the routing protocol is only useful within your company's network.
This is when network routes are manually entered into a router's configuration, as opposed to using a routing protocol to automatically determine routes.
Routing Information Protocol = RIP
it start the routing protocol on interfaces. it allows the router to advertise a network.
RIP stands for routing information protocol. It is an intra domain routing protocol.
it is a cisco propriatary routing protocol.
It identifies directly connected networks that will be included nt theRIP routing updates
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.
RIPv1: Routing Information Protocol version 1. Ripv2: Routing Information Protocol version 2. EIGRP: Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol.
EIGRP : Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
A classless routing protocol can route between subnets
Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
Netsh is a command-line scripting utility that allows you to, either locally or remotely, display, modify or script the network configuration of a computer that is currently running. Usage: netsh [-a AliasFile] [-c Context] [-r RemoteMachine][Command | -f ScriptFile] The following commands are available: Commands in this context:? - Displays a list of commands.add - Adds a configuration entry to a list of entries.delete - Deletes a configuration entry from a list of entries.dump - Displays a configuration script.exec - Runs a script file.help - Displays a list of commands.interface - Changes to the `interface' context.ras - Changes to the `ras' context.routing - Changes to the `routing' context.set - Updates configuration settings.show - Displays information. The following subcontexts are available:routing interface ras To view help for a command, type the command, followed by a space, and thentype ?.
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.
RTMP- Routing Table Maintenance Protocol.
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
Note, EIGRP is no longer proprietary. See RFC 7868 -d
· Routing is the process of sending information to a specific destination such as another computer or system. · The router is a hardware device that performs such transmission and it achieved using different routing protocol. · Routing protocol goal is Increased network security.
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.
Flat routing protocol is a network communication protocol implemented by routers in which all routers are each other's peers. Flat routing protocol distributes routing information to routers that are connected to each other without any organization or segmentation structure between them. Flat routing protocols are primarily those that don't work under a predefined network layout and perimeter. They enable the delivery of packets among routers through any available path without considering network hierarchy, distribution and composition. Flat routing protocol is implemented in flat networks where each router node routinely collects and distributes routing information with its neighboring routers. The entire participating node addressed by flat routing protocol performs an equal role in the overall routing mechanism. Routing Information Protocol, Interior Gateway Routing Protocol and Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol are popular examples of flat routing protocols.
A routing protocol is a formula that specifies how routers are communicating to each others. Types of routing protocols include Interior Gateway Protocol, Distance vector protocol and Classful or classless protocol. Routing protocols are required to determine the appropriate paths for data transmission.
On a Cisco router, the command to enable IP routing (for IPv4) is:ip routingTo disable it:no ip routingOn a Cisco router, the command to enable IP routing (for IPv4) is:ip routingTo disable it:no ip routingOn a Cisco router, the command to enable IP routing (for IPv4) is:ip routingTo disable it:no ip routingOn a Cisco router, the command to enable IP routing (for IPv4) is:ip routingTo disable it:no ip routing
link-state routing protocol
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