Chapter 10. Configuring IP Routing Protocols on Cisco Routers

This chapter discusses the implementation of static and dynamic IP routing on Cisco routers in an enterprise network environment. To start, we evaluate route distribution methods and explain the general configuration elements that apply to configuring dynamic routing protocols on Cisco routers. Then, we review basic steps for configuring and monitoring IP static routing, RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, AURP, and OSPF. For easy reference, each section starts with a command summary list and utilizes (whenever possible) the same core network topology (testnet, our example network) illustrated in Figure 10.1. This chapter concludes with the implementation of BGPv4 and an overview of IP route redistribution. ...

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