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IP Routing Basics

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Before one dives into the details of various routing protocols such as OSPF or EIGRP, you need to learn the basics of routing. What is meant by the term “Routing”? Why is this technology needed in modern networks? What exactly happens to an IP Packet and an Ethernet Frame when it is routed? Where, in the architecture of a router, are “routes” stored? How does a router select which route to use when it knows of multiple routes to the same destination? This and much more are covered in this course. This course is intended for those studying for their ICND1 CCNA Exam.
  • Course
    • Introduction
      • Course Introduction
      • Why Do We Need Routing?
      • Identifying Routable Addresses
      • What Happens to a Packet?
      • When Are Routes Stored? :: Part 1
      • When Are Routes Stored? :: Part 2
      • How Are Routes Selected?
    • Contrasting Routing Protocols
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: IGP & EGP
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: High-Level Differences
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: Distance Vector
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: Link State
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: Advanced Distance Vector
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: Path Vector
Keith Bogart
Keith Bogart — CCIE #4923


2hr 39min
December 5, 2016
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  • Course
    • Introduction
      • Course Introduction
      • Why Do We Need Routing?
      • Identifying Routable Addresses
      • What Happens to a Packet?
      • When Are Routes Stored? :: Part 1
      • When Are Routes Stored? :: Part 2
      • How Are Routes Selected?
    • Contrasting Routing Protocols
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: IGP & EGP
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: High-Level Differences
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: Distance Vector
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: Link State
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: Advanced Distance Vector
      • Contrasting Routing Protocols :: Path Vector