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What is RIP and how to configure

Rip  :-  Routing information protocol 

Rip is a  distance vector protocol it takes decision to forward a packet  on the basis of hop count . Rip have maximum hop count is 0 to 15 and default AD value is 120
Rip protocol are two type 




Rip v1 
Rip v2 

Rip version 1 (v1) support  all cisco and non cisco router Rip use focus timer like these 

Update time              30Second
Invalid timer           180Second 
Hold timer                180Second
Flash timer               240Second

Now here is some difference between Rip V1 AND rip V2 


Rip version 1 
It a classfull protocol 
It does'nt support subnetting VLSM networking 
It used broadcast ip 255.255.255.9
It can send data to Rip V1 and received both Rip V1 and Rip V2

Rip version 2 
It a classless protocol 
It support all type of subnetting VLSM networking 
It used multicasting ip 224.0.0.9 for update the traning information.
It can send data to Rip V2 and received only Rip V2.


Configure : -

Let we have two cisco router 2610 and 2620  and Ip IS 192.168.10.0
Now:- 
2610 (Config) #router rip 
                         #network 10.0.0.0 
                         #network 192.168.10.0
                         #exit

2620 (Config) #router rip 
                         #network 20.0.0.0 
                         #network 192.168.10.0
                         #exit


Verify :-
2610(config)# show ip rout
                       #show ip protocol
                       #debug ip Rip             -----------Monitoring

If we want to remove the RIP routing protocol

2610(config)#No router rip            ----------  Re Monitoring
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