CCNA Exploration 4.0. Routing Protocols and Concepts.

Chapter 3: Introduction to Dynamic Routing Protocols

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3.1 Introduction and Advantages

3.1.1 Perspective and Background

3.1.2 Network discovery and routing table maintenance

3.1.3 Advantages

3.2 Classifying Dynamic Routing Protocols

3.2.1 Overview

3.2.2 IGP and EGP

3.2.3 Distance Vector and Link State

3.2.4 Classful and Classless

3.2.5 Convergence

3.3 Metrics

3.3.1 Purpose of a Metric

3.3.2 Metrics and Routing Protocols

3.3.3 Load Balancing

3.4 Administrative Distances

3.4.1 Purpose of Administrative Distance

3.4.2 Dynamic Routing Protocols

3.4.3 Static Routes

3.4.4 Directly Connected Networks

3.5 Routing Protocols and Subnetting Activities

3.5.1 Identifying Elements of the Routing Table

3.5.2 Subnetting Scenario 1

3.5.3 Subnetting Scenario 2

3.5.4 Subnetting Scenario 3

3.6 Summary

3.6.1 Summary and Review

3.7 Chapter Quiz

3.7.1 Chapter Quiz

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