UNIX routed and Cisco RIP Configurations

In order to ensure complete coverage of traditional IPv4 routing setups, I will show you how to configure and use the RIP protocol within your router. I will illustrate both the UNIX and Cisco viewpoints. While I will assume only that you are going to be running the RIP or RIPv2 protocols, much of what I say will be valid for running other dynamic routing protocols. In Chapter 7 I will cover the link-state, inter-AS, and distance- vector dynamic routing protocols as they work within the framework of a fully policy-routed network.

To this end, recall where I left off at the end of the section "UNIX Configuration Commands." You had a fully functional Linux router running a static routing configuration. This ...

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