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November 10, 2011  7:35 PM

How to add reliable default route with RIP?



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
CCIE, Cisco, how, monitor, reliable, RIP, route, router, static, to, track

Adding reliable default route with RIP The command for distributing a default route into RIP process is very straight forward.  Lets go with the syntax straight away.

router rip default-information originate route-map RELIABLE ! route-map...

November 7, 2011  4:35 AM

How to filter routes in RIP?



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
CCIE, Cisco, distribute-list, how, loop, prefix-list, RIP, route, router, to

Filtering routes in RIP Although rip is not the best routing protocols, the mechanism of filtering routes can be applied to other routing protocols a well. My personal advice will be to stay away as much as possible from RIP. RIP is a routing loop magnet, you never know when you...


October 17, 2011  12:32 AM

Loopback address and MPLS-VPN!



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
Configure, EIGRP, GNS3, how, ios, MPLS, RIP, router, switch, to, vpn

In this article, i will not go deeply into the issue of configuring MPLS-VPN. The steps were mentioned very clearly in an earlier post. MPLS-VPN Tutorial...


October 10, 2011  2:36 AM

How to change the Administrative Distance when redistributing?



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
AD, administrative, CCIE, change, Cisco, distance, EIGRP, how, redistributing, RIP, route, router, switch, to

So, lets talk about how can we change the cost while distribution between routing protocols. Distribution between two routing domains should be done very carfully. It is easy when the there is single distribution router between the two domains. Things get slightly...


October 7, 2011  1:39 AM

How to change metrics in RIP?



Posted by: Sulaiman Syed
CCIE, Cisco, configuration, cost, EIGRP, hops, how, metric, offlist, OSFP, RIP, router, routing

RIP is really undesired protocol. It has a slow convergence by default, and generates lot of traffic. On the positive side, it is one of the easiest routing protocols to configure. One network statement command, and you are done. Generally, using RIP is not recommended. There are better...


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