What about this course?
The Routing Information Protocol ver 1 and ver 2 are alive and well. We’ll take a deep look into RIP and it’s capabilities to get a thorough understanding of how this protocol really works. For the skeptics, RIP is still widely implemented in SMB hardware you might see in production. Make sure you have the edge to make RIP run if the time comes.
Instructor for this course
CCIE #50693 CCNA/CCNP Service Provider CCNA Security CCNP R&...
This course is composed by the following modules
Protocol Overview & RIP :: Part 1
Protocol Overview & RIP :: Part 2
Enabling RIP, Versions, Broadcast, Multicast and Unicast Updates, Passive Interfaces :: Part 1
Enabling RIP, Versions, Broadcast, Multicast and Unicast Updates, Passive Interfaces :: Part 2
Auhentication, Clear Text and MD5
Timers, Route Propagation and Removal Process
Auto and Manual Summarization, Summary Route Math, Data Plane Loop Demo
Default/Conditional Default/Reliable Conditional Default Routing :: Part 1
Default/Conditional Default/Reliable Conditional Default Routing :: Part 2
Filtering with AD and Per Neighbor AD, Passive interface
Filtering with Offset List, Traffic Engineering with Offset List
Filtering w/ Prefix List
Command Reference for 15.3 Commands
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