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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

Advantages

Classifying Dynamic Routing Protocols

IGP and EGP

Distance Vector and Link State

Classful and Classless

Convergence

• 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

Convergence

• 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