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  1. The ipv6 route Command » Networkustad
    August 26, 2019 @ 4:18 pm

    […] Ipv6-prefix – This is the first parameter. It specifies the destination network address that required adding into the routing table. […]

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  2. Configure a Directly Connected Static IPv6 Route » Networkustad
    August 27, 2019 @ 8:49 am

    […] directly connected static IPv6 route is the best solution in the routing when CEF is not working on the router. In the […]

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  3. Routing Information Protocol (RIP) » Networkustad
    August 27, 2019 @ 1:55 pm

    […] Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is a dynamic routing protocol defines a way for routers, which connect different networks using the Internet Protocol (IP), to share information about how to route traffic among these different networks. The routing information protocol (RIP) uses hop count as a routing metric to find the best path between the source and the destination network. Hop count is the number of routers along the path between the source and destination network. The path with the lowest hop count between source and destination considered as the best path and therefore placed in the routing table. […]

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  4. Routing Table Entries » Networkustad
    August 30, 2019 @ 6:31 pm

    […] entries lookup to find the proper interface that leads to the destination address. Each entry in a routing table called a “route entry: or “route”. The route identifies the destination network to which […]

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  5. Best Route, Routing Table Terms and Lookup Process » Networkustad
    August 30, 2019 @ 6:53 pm

    […] route contains either a next-hop IPv4 address or an exit interface. Directly connected routes dynamically learned routes, and local routes are also ultimate routes. The figure below […]

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