Chapter 6. Routing IP Packets
After completion of this chapter, you will be able to answer the following questions:
How are source and destination IP addresses used to route traffic through a network?
What are sources for routing information used to populate a router’s routing table?
How do routed protocols differ from routing protocols?
When multiple routing protocols know how to reach a destination network, which route is chosen?
When a single routing protocol knows of multiple routes to reach a destination network, how is the preferred path (or paths) chosen?
What is the distinction between an Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) and an Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP)?
What are the primary differences between distance-vector and link-state routing ...