Routing Information Protocol RIP Version 2

How to Configure RIP Version 2 Routing in GNS3

  Routing Information Protocol RIP Version 2 What is RIP Version 2? It is advanced version of RIP Ver1. Overcome the RIP Ver1 Problems. It is one of the distance vector routing protocol. It support classless routing support variable length subnet mask. Every 30 sec routers sending the update packets. Maximum supported routers 15. Maximum hop count is 16. It is used for small organization. RIP Version 2 Advantages 1. Supporting Classless Routing 2. Supporting Variable Length Subnet Mask. 3. Sends the Subnet mask along with the Routing Updates. 4.…

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Routing Information Protocol(RIP)

How to Configure RIP Routing in GNS3

RIP Routing Network Topology: What is RIP Routing ? It is open standard protocol. Classful routing protocol. Updates are broadcast via 255.255.255.255. Administrative distance is 120. Metric is nothing but Hop count. Maximum Hop counts is 15. Maximum supported routers 16. Load Balancing of 4 equal paths. Used for small organizations. TWO Types: 1. RIP VER1 2. RIP VER2 Rip Timers: Update timer every 30 sec, its is used to time between consecutive updates. Invalid timer 180 sec, it is used to time a router waits to hear updates. The…

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Default Routing Configuration in GNS3

Default Routing Configuration in GNS3

Default Routing Network Topology: What is Default Routing? 1. Default Routing protocol is configured for unknown destination. 2. Generally used in the internet where the destinations are unkno For Example: The Address of the www.google.com is unknown. 3. Configured at end points means default gateway router. 4. It is the last preferred routing protocol Default Routing Router Configurations: R1 Router Interface Configuration: R1#sh ip interface brief R1#conf terminal R1 Router 10.0.0.0 Network Interface Configuration: R1(config)#interface serial 0/0 R1(config-if)#ip address 10.0.0.1 255.0.0.0 R1(config-if)#no shutdown R1(config-if)#exit R1 Router 192.168.1.0 Network Interface Configuration:…

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Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)

OSPF Routing Configuration in GNS3

OSPF Network Topology:- What is Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Routing ? 1. Open standard protocol 2. Successor of RIP 3. Classless routing protocol 4. Works with Link State Advertisements 5. Updates are through Multicast (224.0.0.5 ) 6. Administrative distance is 110 7. Metric = Cost =108/Bandwidth in bps (CISCO) OSPF Basic Operations: Hello packets are sent every 10 seconds to neighbor routers It is Faster Convergence Used to Hierarchical design with Multiple Areas Area 0 is called the backbone area OSPF Tables:- It maintains three Tables:- 1. Neighbor Table…

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Networking Videos

Hi Friends in this page have Networking video tutorials. 1. How to configure DHCP Router in GNS3. 2. How to configure Static Routing in GNS3. 3. How to Configure Two Different Network Using Router in GNS3 4. How to Configure Simple Network Using Router in GNS3 5. How to Configure LAN Topology in GNS3 6. Difference Between Switch and Hub. 7. How to Connect the VMWare into GNS3 8. How to Connect our Local Physical Machine into our GNS3. 9. How to Configure Simple LAN Network using HUB 10. How to configure Default Routing…

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DHCP Router Configuration

DHCP NETWORK TOPOLOGY:- DHCP SERVER CONFIGURATION IN GNS3 USING ROUTER:- It is one of the Application Layer Protocol.DHCP Protocol is used to provide the static and dynamic IP address allocation to Network servers and clients. Static IP Allocation:- This IP allocation method we can configure permanent ip address to the remoter client using client MAC address. Dynamic IP Allocation:- This IP allocation we can set the starting and ending IP address range in DHCP server. it will be automatically provide the IP address to clients using priority order. Options of…

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Static Routing Configuration

How to Configure Static Routing in GNS3

STATIC ROUTING NETWORK TOPOLOGY:- Static routing is one of the basic routing protocol in computer networking. Its is configured by administrator manually. Administrator must want to know source and target Network details. Its is very secure and fast routing protocol. It is used for small organization. Static routing protocol supporting 10 to 15 Routers. Administrating distance for static routing is 0 and 1. It is trustworthiness of the routing information. It is leaser Administrative distance and higher performance. R1 ROUTER INITIAL CONFIGURATION:- Router>enable Router#conf terminal Router(config)#hostname R1 R1(config)#interface fastEthernet 0/0…

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