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Types of routing protocols; know RIP and IGRP for CCNA exam:

RIP (Routing Information Protocol);

Distance Vector

Two versions: RIP1 and RIP2.

RIP1 and IGRP include a feature called auto summary that cannot be disabled. Auto summary is a feature of the IOS that helps to reduce the size of routing tables.

RIP2 transmits the mask with each route. This feature allows VLSM by passing the mask along with each route so that the subnet is exactly defined.

RIP2 provides clear text and MD5 encryption to authenticate the source of a routing update.

RIPs metric is hop count. The maximum hop count is 15. 16 is considered to be an infinite metric.

Entire routing tables are broadcast every 30 seconds for RIP; 60 seconds for IPX RIP.

If a router running RIP does not receive an update from another router for 180 seconds, it marks the routes served by the non-updating router as being invalid.

A RIP1 only and a RIP2 only router will not be able to exchange routing information.

There are differences between IPX RIP and IP RIP.

Novell RIP uses timer ticks and hops as metrics

Novell RIP has a 60 second update timer.

IP RIP has a 30 second update timer.

IP RIP has a 180 second hold-down timer.

IGRP (Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) was produced by Cisco in the mid-1980s.