RIP Routing Protocol & Sub-Commands for Cisco CCNA
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RIP Routing Protocol & Sub-Commands for Cisco CCNA

Learn RIP for real world Networking
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44 students enrolled
Created by Lazaro Diaz
Last updated 4/2018
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • This course will give students a better understanding of the RIP protocol and why it's used and when & how to use it.
Requirements
  • It is recommended that you use the GNS3 simulator for this course
Description

This course will help you understand the RIP protocol and it's sub-commands for certification purposes & real world experience.

Here, I use the GNS3 & VIRL simulator & emulator.

The course itself is very simple to understand and will allow the student to grasp the basic concept of what RIP (Routing Internet Protocol) is all about and how to apply it.

DISCLAIMER:   Please note that the simulators/emulators used in this course are not part of the course. It is the students responsibility to have these to practice with. The Cisco Packet Tracer and/or VIRAL (Virtual Internet Routing Lab) are Cisco proprietary software and can only be obtained through Cisco. It is up to each student to obtain the simulator/emulator of their choice to study along with this course. Students have other options like GNS3, BOSOM or Live Equipment.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone that wants to understand what RIP is all about and how to use it.
Course content
Expand all 22 lectures 01:58:42
+ Introduction to the RIP outing Course
1 lecture 01:52

In this lecture I will be explaining to you about RIP, but some of the sub-commands you will be needing for certification purposes and real world applications as a CCENT or CCNA.

Preview 01:52
+ Learning our Topology
2 lectures 04:48

In this lecture, I will be explaining to you the topology we will be using for the Entire course.

Preview 02:50

In this lecture, I will briefly go over topics covered.

Preview 01:58
+ The RIP Routing Protocols
3 lectures 21:21

 In this lecture, I will be explaining internetworking of RIP to include the Different Versions.

Preview 08:08

In this lecture, will be explaining to you the different sub-commands that RIP has to offer but focusing on specific commands for your certification exam. These commands are also used in real world environment.

Sub-Command within RIP
11:08

In this lecture, I will briefly go over topics covered.

Summary of Section
02:05
+ RIP Routing Versions
4 lectures 29:34

In this lecture, I will briefly go over RIPv1 and why we do not use it anymore.

RIP Version 1
11:50

In this lecture, I will explain how to configure RIPv2 and its benefits.

RIP Version 2
08:05

In this lecture, I will briefly define RIPng, and its configurations.

RIPng
08:04

In this lecture, I will briefly go over topics covered.

Summary of Section
01:35
+ Using the Network and No-Auto Summary Commands
3 lectures 13:06

In this lecture, I will explain what the “network” commands’ purpose and how exactly you need to configure it for the CCENT or CCNA.

The Network Sub Command
06:15

In this lecture, I will explain what the “No Auto-summary” command does and the importance of typing the command.

The No-Auto Summary Command
06:02

In this lecture, I will briefly go over topics covered.

Preview 00:49
+ Using the Distance and Timers Command
3 lectures 12:31

In this lecture, I will define the “Distance” Sub-command and why you may want to use it.

The "Distance" Sub-Command
06:12

In this lecture, I will explain the importance of the Timers command and when you would need to use it. 

"Timers" Command
05:08

In this lecture, I will briefly go over topics covered.

Summary of Section
01:11
+ Using the Passive Interface and Maximum Paths Sub-Command
3 lectures 20:42

In this lecture, I will explain the importance of using the Passive Interface command and its configurations.

Using the "Passive Interface" Command
13:49

In this lecture, I will explain the purpose and configuration of the Max Path command.

Using the "Maximum Paths"
05:00

In this lecture, I will briefly go over topics covered.

Summary of Section
01:53
+ Using the Default - Information Sub-Command
2 lectures 08:12

In this lecture, I will explain why you would use this command and how to configure it.

How to use the "Default Information" Sub-Command
07:06

 In this lecture, I will briefly go over topics covered.

Summary of Section
01:06
+ Summary of Course
1 lecture 06:36

In this lecture, I will briefly summarize the topics Discussed.

Summary of Course
06:36