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1 RIP V1 W.lilakiatsakun

2 RIP V1 characteristics RIP is a distance vector routing protocol. RIP is a distance vector routing protocol. RIP uses hop count as its only metric for path selection. RIP uses hop count as its only metric for path selection. Advertised routes with hop counts greater than 15 are unreachable. Advertised routes with hop counts greater than 15 are unreachable. Messages are broadcast every 30 seconds. Messages are broadcast every 30 seconds.

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4 RIP Message Format (1/2) RIP Header RIP Header The Command field specifies the message type – request/reply The Command field specifies the message type – request/reply The Version field is set to 1 for RIP version 1. The Version field is set to 1 for RIP version 1. The "Must be zero" fields provide room for future expansion of the protocol. The "Must be zero" fields provide room for future expansion of the protocol.

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6 RIP Message Format (2/2) Route Entry Route Entry The route entry portion of the message includes three fields with content: The route entry portion of the message includes three fields with content: Address family identifier (set to 2 for IP unless a router is requesting a full routing table, in which case the field is set to zero), Address family identifier (set to 2 for IP unless a router is requesting a full routing table, in which case the field is set to zero), IP address, and Metric. IP address, and Metric. This route entry portion represents one destination route with its associated metric. This route entry portion represents one destination route with its associated metric. One RIP update can contain up to 25 route entries. One RIP update can contain up to 25 route entries. The maximum datagram size is 504 bytes, not including the IP or UDP headers. The maximum datagram size is 504 bytes, not including the IP or UDP headers.

7 RIP Operation (1/4) RIP uses two message types specified in the Command field: Request message and Response message. RIP uses two message types specified in the Command field: Request message and Response message. Each RIP-configured interface sends out a request message on startup, requesting that all RIP neighbors send their complete routing tables. Each RIP-configured interface sends out a request message on startup, requesting that all RIP neighbors send their complete routing tables. A response message is sent back by RIP- enabled neighbors. A response message is sent back by RIP- enabled neighbors.

8 RIP Operation (2/4)

9 RIP Operation (3/4)

10 RIP Operation (4/4) When the requesting router receives the responses, it evaluates each route entry. When the requesting router receives the responses, it evaluates each route entry. If a route entry is new, the receiving router installs the route in the routing table. If a route entry is new, the receiving router installs the route in the routing table. If the route is already in the table, the existing entry is replaced if the new entry has a better hop count. If the route is already in the table, the existing entry is replaced if the new entry has a better hop count. The startup router then sends a triggered update out all RIP-enabled interfaces containing its own routing table so that RIP neighbors can be informed of any new routes. The startup router then sends a triggered update out all RIP-enabled interfaces containing its own routing table so that RIP neighbors can be informed of any new routes.

11 IP Address Classes and Classful Routing IP addresses assigned to hosts were initially divided into 3 classes: class A, class B, and class C. IP addresses assigned to hosts were initially divided into 3 classes: class A, class B, and class C. RIP is a classful routing protocol. RIP is a classful routing protocol. RIPv1 does not send subnet mask information in the update. RIPv1 does not send subnet mask information in the update. Therefore, a router either uses the subnet mask configured on a local interface, or applies the default subnet mask based on the address class. Therefore, a router either uses the subnet mask configured on a local interface, or applies the default subnet mask based on the address class. Due to this limitation, RIPv1 networks cannot be discontiguous nor can they implement VLSM. Due to this limitation, RIPv1 networks cannot be discontiguous nor can they implement VLSM.

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13 Verifying Administrative Distance (1/3)

14 Verifying Administrative Distance (2/3)

15 Verifying Administrative Distance (3/3)

16 Basic RIP Configuration

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18 Basic RIP Configuration : Enabling RIP

19 Basic RIP Configuration : Specifying Networks (1/2) Router(config-router)#network directly- connected-classful-network-address Router(config-router)#network directly- connected-classful-network-address The network command: The network command: –Enables RIP on all interfaces that belong to a specific network. –Associated interfaces will now both send and receive RIP updates. –Advertises the specified network in RIP routing updates sent to other routers every 30 seconds.

20 Basic RIP Configuration : Specifying Networks (2/2)

21 Basic RIP Configuration : Verifying RIP (1/8)

22 Basic RIP Configuration : Verifying RIP (2/8)

23 Basic RIP Configuration : Verifying RIP (3/8)

24 Basic RIP Configuration : Verifying RIP (4/8)

25 Basic RIP Configuration : Verifying RIP (5/8)

26 Basic RIP Configuration : Verifying RIP (6/8)

27 Basic RIP Configuration : Verifying RIP (7/8)

28 Basic RIP Configuration : Verifying RIP (8/8)

29 Troubleshooting : Debugging (1/7)

30 RIP Topology :Scenario A

31 Troubleshooting : Debugging (2/7)

32 Troubleshooting : Debugging (3/7)

33 Troubleshooting : Debugging (4/7)

34 Troubleshooting : Debugging (5/7)

35 Troubleshooting : Debugging (6/7)

36 Troubleshooting : Debugging (7/7)

37 RIP Topology: Scenario A

38 Passive Interface (1/2) R2 is sending updates out FastEthernet0/0 even though no RIP device exists on that LAN. R2 is sending updates out FastEthernet0/0 even though no RIP device exists on that LAN. Impact on Sending out unneeded updates on a LAN: Impact on Sending out unneeded updates on a LAN: –Bandwidth is wasted transporting unnecessary updates. Because RIP updates are broadcast, switches will forward the updates out all ports. –All devices on the LAN must process the update up to the Transport layers, where the receiving device will discard the update. –Advertising updates on a broadcast network is a security risk. RIP updates can be intercepted with packet sniffing software. Routing updates can be modified and sent back to the router, corrupting the routing table with false metrics that misdirect traffic.

39 Passive Interface (2/2)

40 RIP Topology: Scenario B

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42 Boundary Router and Auto Summarization RIP is a classful routing protocol that automatically summarizes classful networks across major network boundaries. RIP is a classful routing protocol that automatically summarizes classful networks across major network boundaries. –R2 has interfaces in more than one major classful network. This makes R2 a boundary router in RIP. –Serial 0/0/0 and FastEthernet 0/0 interfaces on R2 are both inside the boundary. –The Serial 0/0/1 interface is inside the boundary.

43 Boundary Router and Auto Summarization

44 Because boundary routers summarize RIP subnets from one major network to the other, Because boundary routers summarize RIP subnets from one major network to the other, – updates for the , and networks will automatically be summarized into when sent out R2's Serial 0/0/1 interface.

45 Processing RIP Updates (1) Rules for Processing RIPv1 Updates Rules for Processing RIPv1 Updates If a routing update and the interface on which it is received belong to the same major network, the subnet mask of the interface is applied to the network in the routing update. If a routing update and the interface on which it is received belong to the same major network, the subnet mask of the interface is applied to the network in the routing update. If a routing update and the interface on which it is received belong to different major networks, the classful subnet mask of the network is applied to the network in the routing update. If a routing update and the interface on which it is received belong to different major networks, the classful subnet mask of the network is applied to the network in the routing update.

46 Processing RIP Updates (2)

47 Processing RIP Updates (3) How does R2 know that this subnet has a /24 ( ) subnet mask? It knows because: How does R2 know that this subnet has a /24 ( ) subnet mask? It knows because: –R2 received this information on an interface that belongs to the same classful network ( ) as that of the incoming update. –The IP address for which R2 received the " in 1 hops" message was on Serial 0/0/0 with an IP address of and a subnet mask of (/24). –R2 uses its own subnet mask on this interface and applies it to this and all other subnets that it receives on this interface - in this case,

48 Processing RIP Updates (4)

49 Advantage of Automatic summarization Smaller routing updates sent and received, which uses less bandwidth for routing updates between R2 and R3. Smaller routing updates sent and received, which uses less bandwidth for routing updates between R2 and R3. –RIP sends out only a single update for the entire classful network instead of one for each of the different subnets. R3 has a single route for the /16 network, regardless of how many subnets there are or how it is subnetted. Using a single route results in a faster lookup process in the routing table for R3. R3 has a single route for the /16 network, regardless of how many subnets there are or how it is subnetted. Using a single route results in a faster lookup process in the routing table for R3.

50 Disdvantage of Automatic summarization (1/6) Notice that R1 and R3 both have subnets from the /16 major network, whereas R2 does not. Notice that R1 and R3 both have subnets from the /16 major network, whereas R2 does not. Essentially, R1 and R3 are boundary routers for /16 because they are separated by another major network, /24. Essentially, R1 and R3 are boundary routers for /16 because they are separated by another major network, /24. This separation creates a discontiguous network, as two groups of /24 subnets are separated by at least one other major network /16 is a discontiguous network. This separation creates a discontiguous network, as two groups of /24 subnets are separated by at least one other major network /16 is a discontiguous network.

51 Disdvantage of Automatic summarization (2/6)

52 Disdvantage of Automatic summarization (3/6) R1 does not have any routes to the LANs attached to R3. R1 does not have any routes to the LANs attached to R3. R3 does not have any routes to the LANs attached to R1. R3 does not have any routes to the LANs attached to R1. R2 has two equal-cost paths to the network. R2 has two equal-cost paths to the network. R2 will load balance traffic destined for any subnet of R2 will load balance traffic destined for any subnet of – This means that R1 will get half of the traffic and R3 will get the other half of the traffic whether or not the destination of the traffic is for one of their LANs.

53 Disdvantage of Automatic summarization (4/6)

54 Disdvantage of Automatic summarization (5/6)

55 Disdvantage of Automatic summarization (6/6)

56 RIP Topology: Scenario C

57 Default Route and RIP (1/4)

58 Default Route and RIP (2/4)

59 Default Route and RIP (3/4) To provide Internet connectivity to all other networks in the RIP routing domain, the default static route needs to be advertised to all other routers that use the dynamic routing protocol. To provide Internet connectivity to all other networks in the RIP routing domain, the default static route needs to be advertised to all other routers that use the dynamic routing protocol.

60 Default Route and RIP (4/4)


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