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Cisco Networking C.7

chapter 7 Routing Protocols

The time at which a route is totally removed from the routing table. flush interval
A value used to determine the reliability and desirability of a particular routing table update. administrative distance
A group of routers under the control of a single administration. Autonomous system (AS)
The process of multicasting packets onto a network. flood
An Exterior Gateway Protocol used to route between multiple autonomous systems. Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
What are the default metrics for IGRP? Bandwidth and Delay
A static route that directs all traffic not specified anywhere else in the routing table to a particular route. Same as quad zero route. default route
The point at which all routers on a network share a similar view of the network. convergence
A routing loop whereby packets bounce infinitely around an internetwork. count-to-infinity
A technique used with distance-vector routing protocols to prevent packets from bouncing infinitely throughout an internetwork by setting a maximum hop count defining a maximum
A routing protocol that functions by broadcasting the entire routing table periodically to all connected neighbors. distance-vector
A gateway protocol used to route between multiple autonomous systems. Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP)
A protocol that builds the routing table automatically. dynamic routing protocol
A technique used to stop routing loops in which updates from an inferior source are not allowed for a certain interval. hold-down timer
Multiple networks connected by routers. internetwork
A count of the number of routers a packet must pass through to reach a destination network. hop count
Updates that occur due to network topology changes, not periodic routing table advertisements. triggered updates
A complex algorithm used by link-state routing protocols to determine the best path in an internetwork. shortest path first algorithm (SPF)
A technique used by routers to prevent routing loops. split horizon
A route manually added by a network administrator to the routing table of a router. static route
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