Simulating RIP

Simulating RIP

Initial RIP Routers Setup :





Simulating RIP Routers :


 RIP

1.      Basic RIP configuration
Command
Description
router rip
Enables RIP routing process on a router
version
Specifies the version of RIP routing process
network network-number
specifies the indicated network as one that will run RIP
ip routing
Used to specify which type of routing we  are implementing
show ip route
display the current routing table as a whole or by entry
2.       Authentication
key chain name-of-chain
Specifies a group of keys
key number
specifies a key on a key chain
key-string text
Specifies a authentication string or password used by a key
ip rip authentication mode {text|md5}
Specifies whether an interface will use clear text or MD5 authentication
ip rip authentication key-chain name-of-chain
Enables RIPv2 authentication on an interface and specifies the name of the key chain to be used
interface interface-name
Enters the interface configuration for the specified port
ip address ip-address-mask secondary
configure the interface with the indicated IP address as a secondary address
3.       Split horizon
interface interface-name
Enters the interface configuration for the specified port
ip split horizon
Toggles the split horizon function on an interface
4.       Auto summary
ip rip send version [1][2]
Specifies the version or versions of RIP messages that an interface will send
ip rip receive version [1][2]
Specifies the version or versions of RIP messages that an interface will accept
auto-summary
toggles the automatic summarization of routes on network boundary
5.       Send and receive versions
ip rip send version [1][2]
Specifies the version or versions of RIP messages that an interface will send
ip rip receive version [1][2]
Specifies the version or versions of RIP messages that an interface will accept
auto-summary
toggles the automatic summarization of routes on network boundary
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