Packet Tracer RIP Configuration
In this article, we will focus on how to configure RIP (Routing Information Protocol) on Cisco Routers. We will learn the commands for Cisco RIP Configuration.
Generally in all network courses, RIP is used to explain routing protocol configuration basically. This is because of its basic configuration.
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For our example, we will use the following basic topology:
With this topology, the IP addresses are configured. We will pass the configuration of IP addresses and continue only the routing protocol, RIP configuration.
Before the configuration of RIP, let’s check the routing table of RouterA.
As you can see, there is only directly connected neighbours in the routing table of RouterA. RouterA do not know any other networks, also RouterD. There is no routing protocol configured on RouterA.
Firstly we will configure RouterA withnetwork commands under rip process. By doing this, we will add networks under RIP process.