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Module 2

Chapter 1:
• Routers are computers
Router CPU and Memory

Internetwork Operating System

Router Boot-up Process

Router Interfaces

Routers and the Network Layer

• CLI Configuration and Addressing

Implementing Basic Addressing Scheme

Basic Router Configuration

• Building the Routing Table

Introducing the Routing Table

Directly Connected Networks

Static Routing

Dynamic Routing

Routing Table Principles

Path Determination and Switching Function

• Lab
Cabling a Network and Basic Router Configuration
Basic Router Configuration

Chapter 2:
• Routers and Network
Role of the Router

Introducing the Topology

Examining the Connections of the Router

• Router Configuration Review
Examining Router Interfaces

Configuring an Ethernet Interface

Verifying Ethernet Interface

Configuring a Serial Interface

Examining Router Interfaces

• Exploring Directly Connected Networks

Verifying Changes to the Routing Table

Devices on Directly Connected Networks

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)

Using CDP for Network Discovery

• Static Routes with the “Next Hop” Address

Purpose and Command Syntax of ip route

Configuring Static Routes

Routing Table Principles and Static Routes

Resolving to an Exit Interface

• Static Routes with Exit Interfaces

Configuring a Static Route with an Exit Interface

Modifying Static Routes

Verifying the Static Route Configuration

Static Routes with Exit Interfaces

• Summary and Default Static Routes
Summary Static Route

Default Static Route

• Managing and Troubleshooting Static Routes

Static Routes and Packet Forwarding

Troubleshooting a Missing Route

Solving the Missing Route

Chapter 3
• Introduction to Dynamic Routing Protocol
Perspective and Background

Network Discovery and routing table maintenance


Classifying Dynamic Routing Protocols


Distance Vector and Link State

Classful and Classless


• Metrics
Purpose of a Metric

Metrics and Routing Protocols

Load Balancing
• Administrative Distance
Purpose of Administrative Distance

Dynamic Routing Protocols

Static Routes

Directly Connected Networks

Routing Protocols and Subnetting Activities

Chapter 4
• Introduction to Distance Vector Routing Protocols
Distance Vector Routing Protocols

Distance Vector Technology

Routing Protocols Algorithm

Routing Protocol Characteristics

• Network Discovery
Cold Start

Initial Exchange of Routing Information

Exchange of Routing Information


• Routing Table Maintenance

Periodic Updates: RIPv1 and IGRP

Bounded Updates: EIGRP

Triggered Updates: EIGRP

Random Jitter
• Routing Loops
Definition and Implications

Problem: Count to Infinity

Setting a Maximum

Preventing Routing Loops with Holddown Timers

Split Horizon Rule

Split Horizon with Poison Reverse or Route Poisoning

IP and TTL

Distance Vector Routing Protocols today