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EIGRP – Part 2 (EIGRP Tables)

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EIGRP Table Types

EIGRP Tables As we talked about a little before, EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) has three different tables. These EIGRP tables are: • Neighbour Table • Topology Table • Routing Table EIGRP Table Types EIGRP Neighbour Table keeps all the router that EIGRP neighbourship is established with. EIGRP Neighbour Table is established by Hello […]

EIGRP – Part 1

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EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) is a It is a hybrid routing protocol that show both distance vector and link-state routing protocol properties. EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) was developed by Cisco as a Cisco proprietary protocol and it is only available on Cisco devices. EIGRP (Enhanced […]

Switch Virtual Interfaces (SVI)

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IS-IS Protocol versus OSPF Protocol

IS-IS versus OSPF IS-IS Protocol and OSPF have some similarities and differences. Lets firstly check the similarities of these two protocol one by one: – IS-IS Protocol and OSPF are both Link-State Interior Gateway Protocols. – IS-IS Protocol and OSPF are both uses Dijkstra SPF (Shortest Path First) algorithm. – These protocols have LSDBs and […]

IS-IS Adjacency States, IS-IS Neighbourship Establishment

IS-IS Protocol Adjacency There are three types adjacency in IS-IS Protocol.These are: – Level 1 routers form L1 adjacency with L1 and L1/2 Routers – Level 2 routers form L2 adjacency with L2 and L1/2 Routers – Level 1/2 routers form L1/2 adjacency with L1/2 Routers There is no neighbourship between L1 and L2 routers. […]


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