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Why RIP uses hop count and not delay metric?

Distance vector routing algorithm RIP uses hop count as a routing metric. Why it is not using delay as a metric ?
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what is the meaning of rip packet information?

my public IP is 89.75.42.70. Why RIP packet contains such information? I don't understand the IP notation and what it means. IP Address: 89.75.40.0, Metric: 1 Address Family: IP (2) IP ...
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IP-Route multiple IPs from one NIC to Hyper-V instances

I have one root server @ server4you, unfortunately, S4U doesn't allow Bridging, so I am stuck with a problem! I have 4 IPs mapped on one NIC and need to realise following configuration: XX.XX.XX.1 ...
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RIP v2 summarisation

I am learning ccna, and doing some practice on packet tracer. I have a simple network with two routers, R0 and R1. They are connected to each other through a serial link (172.16.56.128/30). R0 is ...
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redistribution OSPF RIP of directly connected networks

I am trying to learn redistribution between RIP and OSPF. I am using packet tracer. I have one router BRANCH that is configured with RIP v2. On fa0/0 there is the network 172.16.56.0/25, on fa0/1 the ...
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Must all routers support RIP in order for it to calculate distance?

I'm just beginning to research the topic of RIP, and I'm left with a (perhaps stupid) question. According to a tutorial I read here, RIP exchanges routing information with its "direct" neighbours. My ...
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Best protocol for finding a new computer to add to a network

What is the best protocol for finding an unknown computer through wireless communication? The idea is that a computer starts off by itself and then broadcasts "Any other computer close enough to talk ...
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Importance of loopback ip address [closed]

Why do we configure loopback IP address in router RIP and router OSPF configuration ? What is the significance of configuring it ?
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VLSM, Rip V1 and Rip V2

I am trying to understand some things about Rip V1 and V2 but i am not sure if i am right, As i know Rip V1 doesn't "advertise" subnet masks, and doesn't support VLSM. If i understand right Even if ...
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Internet routing doesn't work in LAN on a two NIC's (WAN + LAN) Windows Server 2008 R2

We have the following network setup: A) Modem (192.168.0.1) with DHCP disabled B) Windows Server 2008 R2 with dual NIC: B1) WAN interface (192.168.0.2) B2) LAN interface (192.168.1.2) C) Switch ...
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auto-summarization: classful vs classless routing protocols

Suppose a router R1 is directly connected to the following subnets: 10.1.0.0/24 10.1.1.0/24 10.1.2.0/24 10.1.3.0/24 If it is running RIPv1, it will advertise: "i have the network 10.0.0.0" ...
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Cisco RV082 ip conflicts within the router config, I am using a DHCP server configuration

I have an issue with my Cisco RV082 Dual WAN Small Business Router. Firmware version: v4.0.4.02-tm I am having ip conflicts within the router config, I am using a DHCP server configuration with the ...
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RIP Advertising Networks of EIGRP without Redistributing

This is the topology I have set up in my GNS3. The RIP V2 protocol of Router R2 is recognizing and advertising the two networks that are advertised in EIGRP, even though the said information should ...
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Cisco IOS command : default-information originate vs redistribute static

I am quite confusing with the Cisco IOS command. what's the actual difference between redistribute static as i learn in EIGRP whereas default-information originate in RIP/RIPv2/OSPF? I hope to get ...
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Whats wrong with this router config

This is a Netgear FSM7328S which we have VOIP phones hooked up to. The phones will come online for a few seconds\minutes then drop, at which point, we need to go around and manually reset all the ...
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What is the difference between OSPF and RIP?

What is the difference between OSPF and RIP? Could someone explain the advantages and disadvantage? Also when I should use one or the other.
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Setting up a subnetted Cisco WAN - Serial connection doesn't work

I have two routers setup on subnetted on a network address of 192.168.25.0/29 and I can't seem to get the serial connection to work with RIP. Here are the running-config for the two routers: ...
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Redistribute RIP tables in quagga

Apparently the command for that is redistribute connected. Where do I input it? I tried it in the telnet interface, but it's not recognised.
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getting cisco on the net

I'm trying to set up a Cisco test lab I have three routers and one switch: Cisco 2501 Cisco 2513 Cisco 3620 Catalyst 1900 What I'm trying to do is to get the 2501 and 2513 on the net. Router #1 ...
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Redistribute OSPFv3 static route to RIPng

I have a IPv6 static route on a Cisco 2600 that is being redistributed to other Routers in the same OSPFv3 area. One of the routers (not the one with the static route) is also a participant in a ...
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Maximum number of routes in RIPv2

What is the limitations of route count in RIPv2? Is there a standard limitation of the protocol or does it vary by router models, configurations, etc...
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Split horizon, route filtering, and having RIPv2 announce a non-attached route to host

Routers A, B & C live at 10.1.1.1, 10.1.1.2 and 10.1.1.3 on a /24 metro Ethernet subnet. Each router also has its own private subnet on another interface. Router B's private subnet links thru a ...