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1 CCNA2-1 Chapter 7 RIP Version 2 (RIPv2)

2 CCNA2-2 Chapter 7 Note for Instructors These presentations are the result of a collaboration among the instructors at St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario. These presentations are the result of a collaboration among the instructors at St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario. Thanks must go out to Rick Graziani of Cabrillo College. His material and additional information was used as a reference in their creation. Thanks must go out to Rick Graziani of Cabrillo College. His material and additional information was used as a reference in their creation. If anyone finds any errors or omissions, please let me know at: If anyone finds any errors or omissions, please let me know at:

3 CCNA2-3 Chapter 7 RIP Version 2 (RIPv2) RIPv1 Limitations

4 CCNA2-4 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations RIPv1 (a classful routing protocol) is used as an example, so we can see how RIPv2 (a classless routing protocol) does not have these same limitations. RIPv1 (a classful routing protocol) is used as an example, so we can see how RIPv2 (a classless routing protocol) does not have these same limitations. Classful routing protocols have three major limitations: Classful routing protocols have three major limitations: Does not support discontiguous networks.Does not support discontiguous networks. Does not support VLSM.Does not support VLSM. Does not support CIDR.Does not support CIDR.

5 CCNA2-5 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations - Discontiguous Networks RIPv1 is a CLASSFUL routing protocol and does not include the subnet mask

6 CCNA2-6 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations - Discontiguous Networks / /16 Auto Summary is ON RIPv1 - No Subnet Mask R2 will load balance

7 CCNA2-7 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations - Discontiguous Networks Solution: Solution: Use RIPv2 to include the subnet mask.Use RIPv2 to include the subnet mask. Turn off auto summarization.Turn off auto summarization. How do we do that? How do we do that? Changes on R1, R2 and R3…..

8 CCNA2-8 Chapter 7 Auto Summary and RIPv2 By default, RIPv2 automatically summarizes networks at major network boundaries, just like RIPv1. By default, RIPv2 automatically summarizes networks at major network boundaries, just like RIPv1. R1 and R3 will still advertise the summarized routes for their networks. R1 and R3 will still advertise the summarized routes for their networks. R2 will still have the summarized route for /16 with the same two equal cost paths. R2 will still have the summarized route for /16 with the same two equal cost paths. Auto-summary must be disabled. Auto-summary must be disabled / /16

9 CCNA2-9 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations - Discontiguous Networks Updates Auto Summary is OFF RIPv2 – Subnet Mask R2 now has the proper routes.

10 CCNA2-10 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations - Discontiguous Networks R2 now has the proper routes. R2 will load balance RIPv1 RIPv2

11 CCNA2-11 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No VLSM RIPv1 does not support VLSM: RIPv1 does not support VLSM: To illustrate it, we will be adding Loopback Interfaces.To illustrate it, we will be adding Loopback Interfaces. Loopback Interface:Loopback Interface: Software-only interface.Software-only interface. Used to emulate a physical interface.Used to emulate a physical interface. Can be assigned an IP address.Can be assigned an IP address. Can be pinged.Can be pinged. Subnet can be advertised in routing updates.Subnet can be advertised in routing updates. Useful in a lab environment to create additional networks without having to add more physical interfaces.Useful in a lab environment to create additional networks without having to add more physical interfaces. More in chapter 11.More in chapter 11.

12 CCNA2-12 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No VLSM / /16 Auto Summary is ON RIPv1 - No Subnet Mask R2 will load balance

13 CCNA2-13 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No VLSM Updates Auto Summary is OFF RIPv2 – Subnet Mask

14 CCNA2-14 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No VLSM RIPv1 RIPv2

15 CCNA2-15 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No CIDR RIPv1 does not support CIDR: RIPv1 does not support CIDR: To illustrate it, we will be adding a static summary route to R2 and telling R2 to redistribute that route to other routers in the network.To illustrate it, we will be adding a static summary route to R2 and telling R2 to redistribute that route to other routers in the network. Static Summary Route:Static Summary Route: This route is a summary of all of the /24 networks.This route is a summary of all of the /24 networks. The null0 argument lets us add the route without affecting any interface.The null0 argument lets us add the route without affecting any interface.

16 CCNA2-16 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No CIDR RIPv1 does not support CIDR: RIPv1 does not support CIDR: To illustrate it, we will be adding a static summary route to R2 and telling R2 to redistribute that route to other routers in the network.To illustrate it, we will be adding a static summary route to R2 and telling R2 to redistribute that route to other routers in the network. Redistribution:Redistribution: For now, just realize that this summary route will cause problems with RIPv1 because /16 is not a major classful address and includes all of the /24 versions of /16.For now, just realize that this summary route will cause problems with RIPv1 because /16 is not a major classful address and includes all of the /24 versions of /16.

17 CCNA2-17 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No CIDR Updates Auto Summary is ON RIPv1 – No Subnet Mask R2: Static Route appears in the routing table.

18 CCNA2-18 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No CIDR Updates Static Route NOT redistributed to R3 Auto Summary is ON RIPv1 – No Subnet Mask

19 CCNA2-19 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No CIDR Static Route NOT redistributed to R3: Static Route NOT redistributed to R3: The static route has a /16 mask.The static route has a /16 mask. What class is it? – Class CWhat class is it? – Class C RIPv1 is a CLASSFUL routing protocol.RIPv1 is a CLASSFUL routing protocol. The mask does not match the class or a subnet of the class.The mask does not match the class or a subnet of the class. RIPv1 will not include this route in its updates to other routers.RIPv1 will not include this route in its updates to other routers. RIPv1 and other classful routing protocols cannot support CIDR routes that are summarized routes with a smaller subnet mask than the classful mask of the route.RIPv1 and other classful routing protocols cannot support CIDR routes that are summarized routes with a smaller subnet mask than the classful mask of the route.

20 CCNA2-20 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No CIDR Updates Auto Summary is OFF RIPv2 – Subnet Mask

21 CCNA2-21 Chapter 7 RIPv1 Limitations – No CIDR RIPv1 RIPv2

22 CCNA2-22 Chapter 7 RIP Version 2 (RIPv2) Configuring RIPv2

23 CCNA2-23 Chapter 7 Enabling and Verifying RIPv2 By default, when a RIP process is configured on a Cisco router, it is running RIPv1. By default, when a RIP process is configured on a Cisco router, it is running RIPv1. Even though the router only sends RIPv1 messages, it can interpret both RIPv1 and RIPv2 messages. Even though the router only sends RIPv1 messages, it can interpret both RIPv1 and RIPv2 messages. A RIPv1 router will just ignore the RIPv2 fields in the route entry. A RIPv1 router will just ignore the RIPv2 fields in the route entry.

24 CCNA2-24 Chapter 7 Enabling and Verifying RIPv2 Verifying: ip protocols command. Verifying: ip protocols command. RIPv1 RIPv2

25 CCNA2-25 Chapter 7 Verifying RIPv2 Updates RIPv2 Fully Converged Network: RIPv2 Fully Converged Network:

26 CCNA2-26 Chapter 7 Verifying RIPv2 Updates RIPv2 Fully Converged Network: RIPv2 Fully Converged Network:

27 CCNA2-27 Chapter 7 Verifying RIPv2 Updates RIPv2 Fully Converged Network: RIPv2 Fully Converged Network:

28 CCNA2-28 Chapter 7 Verifying RIPv2 Updates Using the debug command, the update process can be verified. Using the debug command, the update process can be verified.

29 CCNA2-29 Chapter 7 Verifying RIPv2 Updates Finally, remember that updates under RIPv2 are sent as a multicast to address Finally, remember that updates under RIPv2 are sent as a multicast to address RIPv1 sends updates as a broadcast ( ). RIPv1 sends updates as a broadcast ( ). In general: In general: Multicasts can take up less bandwidth on the network.Multicasts can take up less bandwidth on the network. Multicasting updates require less processing by devices that are not RIP enabled.Multicasting updates require less processing by devices that are not RIP enabled.

30 CCNA2-30 Chapter 7 RIP Version 2 (RIPv2) Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2

31 CCNA2-31 Chapter 7 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2 Begin with the basics: Begin with the basics: Make sure all of the links (interfaces) are up and operational.Make sure all of the links (interfaces) are up and operational. Check the cabling.Check the cabling. Check to make sure you have the correct IP address and subnet mask on each interface.Check to make sure you have the correct IP address and subnet mask on each interface. Remove any unnecessary configuration commands that are no longer necessary or have been replaced by other commands.Remove any unnecessary configuration commands that are no longer necessary or have been replaced by other commands.

32 CCNA2-32 Chapter 7 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2 show ip route command: show ip route command: First command to check for convergence. Look for ‘expected’ routes.

33 CCNA2-33 Chapter 7 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2 show ip interface brief command: show ip interface brief command: If a network is missing from the routing table, it is often because an interface is down or incorrectly configured. The show ip interface brief command quickly verifies the status of all interfaces.

34 CCNA2-34 Chapter 7 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2 show ip protocols command: show ip protocols command: RIP enabled? RIP Version? Auto-Summary Enabled? What Networks?

35 CCNA2-35 Chapter 7 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2 debug ip rip command: debug ip rip command: An excellent command to use to examine the contents of the routing updates that are sent and received by a router. There can be times when a route is received by a router but is not added to the routing table.

36 CCNA2-36 Chapter 7 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2 ping command: ping command: An easy way to test end-to-end connectivity.

37 CCNA2-37 Chapter 7 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2 show running-config command: show running-config command: Verify IP Address and interface assignments. Verify RIP configuration.

38 CCNA2-38 Chapter 7 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2 Common RIPv2 Issues: Common RIPv2 Issues: Version:Version: Although RIPv1 and RIPv2 can be made compatible with additional commands beyond the scope of this course, RIPv1 does not support discontiguous subnets, VLSM, or CIDR supernet routes.Although RIPv1 and RIPv2 can be made compatible with additional commands beyond the scope of this course, RIPv1 does not support discontiguous subnets, VLSM, or CIDR supernet routes. Automatic Summarization:Automatic Summarization: If there is a need or expectation for sending specific subnets and not just summarized routes, make sure that automatic summarization has been disabled with the no auto-summary command.If there is a need or expectation for sending specific subnets and not just summarized routes, make sure that automatic summarization has been disabled with the no auto-summary command.

39 CCNA2-39 Chapter 7 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIPv2 Common RIPv2 Issues: Common RIPv2 Issues: Network Statements:Network Statements: Incorrectly configured or missing network statements configured with the network command.Incorrectly configured or missing network statements configured with the network command. The network command does two things:The network command does two things: It enables the routing protocol to send and receive updates on any local interfaces that belong to that network.It enables the routing protocol to send and receive updates on any local interfaces that belong to that network. It includes the configured network in its routing updates to its neighboring routers.It includes the configured network in its routing updates to its neighboring routers. A missing or incorrect network statement will result in missed routing updates and routing updates not being sent or received on an interface.A missing or incorrect network statement will result in missed routing updates and routing updates not being sent or received on an interface.


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