• Deploying DHCP Services: This section covers how a Cisco ASA can operate as a DHCP server and a DHCP relay. These functions support dynamic addressing for protected hosts, either by the ASA or by an external dedicated DHCP server.
• Using Routing Information: This section presents an overview of the various sources of routing information and how an ASA can use them.
• Configuring Static Routing: This section covers manual configuration of static routes, as well as static route tracking, which can make static routes respond to changing conditions.
• Routing with RIPv2: This section covers the Routing Information Protocol (RIP) version 2 dynamic routing protocol. ...
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