tailieunhanh - RPC – Chapter 8

Objectives: Describe the various route types found in the routing table structure. Describe the routing table lookup process. Describe routing behavior in routed networks. | 11111111 CISCO The Routing Table A Closer Look Routing Protocols and Concepts - Chapter 8 ITE PC Chapter 1 2007 Cisco Systems Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1 Objectives Describe the various route types found in the routing table structure Describe the routing table lookup process. Describe routing behavior in routed networks. H2ishutr ip root ades C - ccaioectedj 3 - static I - IGRF R - HIE M - riabile E - ECE - EICRF EX - EICRF external 0 - C-3FF IA - OEFI inter area Hl - oar HasA external type 1 h2 - carp hsha external type 2 El - oar external hyp 1 E2 - CSFR external tj pe 2 I - IGF i - EB IS 11 - IS-13 level-1 1x2 - ia-EB l v l-2 ia - EB-IS inter area - candidate default 0 - per-user static route a - Gift F - periodic doKrjloaded static rede Gateway of last resort is tq network 24 is subnetted 3 subnets H 120 1 via 00 00 12 aerialO fl D C ia directly connected BerialO O fl C 172-16-3-0 in directly connected EastEtnernetO fl C 24 is directly connected SerialO 0 1 a 0-0-0-0 0 is directly connected EerialQ 0 1 ITE PC Chapter 1 2007 Cisco Systems Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 2 Introduction Chapter Focus - Structure of the routing table Will examine the format of the routing table and learn about level 1 and level 2 routes. - Lookup process of the routing table - Classless and classful routing behaviors Cisco IP Routing by Alex Zinin ISBN 0-201-60473-6 . ITE PC Chapter 1 2007 Cisco Systems Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public

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