By Lazaro Diaz, Network Engineer

RIP Routing Protocol for Network + (n10-008)

Language: English
All Levels

Course description

This new RIP Routing Protocol Course was created for the new  Network+ (n10-008) to help students get a solid foundation in understanding this most important protocol to be able to configure ALL versions of RIP and the most common sub-commands to help those students prepare to pass the new Network+ exam and to be able to use and apply it in the real world. This course will help you understand the RIP Routing Protocol. It is important that students, that want to enter or are already in the field of Networking, understand this distance vector protocol. This is one of the oldest distance vector protocol, that employs the hop count as a metric. RIP also has countermeasures that can be implemented to prevent routing loops.Such as: Split-horizon, Route poisoning & hold-down timers to prevent incorrect routing information to be advertised. You will learn the difference between RIPv1 & RIPv2 when they send their updates to neighboring routers.It is extremely important to understand the difference. The course itself is very simple to understand and will allow the student to grasp the basic concept of what RIP (Routing Internet Protocol) is all about and how to apply it. DISCLAIMER:   Please note that the simulators/emulators used in this course are not part of the course. It is the students responsibility to have these to practice with. The Cisco Packet Tracer and/or VIRAL (Virtual Internet Routing Lab) are Cisco proprietary software and can only be obtained through Cisco. It is up to each student to obtain the simulator/emulator of their choice to study along with this course. Students have other options like GNS3, BOSOM or Live Equipment.

What will Students learn in this course?

This course will show students how to configure the RIP Routing Protocol.

This course will show students how to make RIPv1 & RIPv2 how to communicate.

This course will show students how to configure RIPng.

This course will show students how to configure RIP in a dual-stack scenario with EIGRP.

The student must have a basic understanding of CLI configurations.

What are the requirements or prerequsites for taking this course?

The student must have a basic understanding of CLI configurations.

Who is this course for?

Any student that is aiming towards an IT Professional and/or Network Engineering degree.

Any student that wants to pass an IT test and/or certification that has the RIP Protocol. (i.e.: Network+, CCNA, etc.)

Course overview - 6

  • Section 1- Intro to RIP Course (Lesson 1)

  • Section 2- Understanding the RIP Routing Protocol (Lesson 2 -4)

  • Section 3- Supress Routing updates and other Sub-Commands (Lesson 5-8)

  • Section 4- RIP Authentication and Address Family Configuration (Lesson 9)

  • Section 5- Understanding and Configuring RIPng (Lesson 10- 13)

  • Section 6- Summary of Course (Lesson 14)

Learners who have already enrolled in this course

Meet your instructor

Lazaro Diaz
Lazaro DiazNetwork Engineer