Sep
02
Abstract This publication briefly covers the use of 3rd party next-hops in OSPF, RIP, EIGRP and BGP routing protocols. Common concepts are introduced and protocol-specific implementations are discussed. Basic understanding of the routing protocol function is required before reading this blog post. Overview Third-party next-hop concept appears only to distance vector protocol, or in the parts of the link-state protocols that exhibit distance-vector behavior. The idea is that a distance-vector... Read More
Jun
27
A whole section dedicated just to RIP? RIP can't possibly cause problems in the CCIE Lab Exam right? You may be surprised... :) IEWB-RS Volume I Version 5 RIP labs are now posted on the members site. If you are really ready for the lab exam you should be able to look at the topology diagram, read the the lab question, and know exactly what the implications of each configuration are before implementing them. If you can do this without looking at the solutions I would like to hear from you! Read More
Feb
19
UPDATE: For more information on Redistribution see the video series Understanding Route Redistribution – Excerpts from CCIE R&S ATC Simple Redistribution Step-by-Step We're going to take our basic topology from the previous post Understanding Redistribution Part I , and configure to provide full connectivity between all devices with the most simple configuration. Then we are going to tweak some settings and see how they affect redistribution and optimal routing. This is going to be an... Read More
Feb
09
UPDATE: For more information on Redistribution see the video series Understanding Route Redistribution – Excerpts from CCIE R&S ATC Read More

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