RIP-Generated Default

In Figure 8-3, RTC and RTD can learn a 0/0 default or statically configure a 0/0 defaulttoward their respective providers. Under normal conditions, RTD automatically (or viacontrolled redistribution) injects the 0/0 into RIP. RTC detects the presence of a defaultoriginating from RTD, causing RTC to ...

Comparing Wireless Security

There are many options available for security, and you will need to make a decision on which one to use. Table 22-4 compares the various security mechanisms. Table 22-4 Wireless Security Mechanisms    

Network Design Elements

Multiplexing is a fundamental element of network design. Indeed, you could argue that a network is typically one huge multiplexing system. More specifically, however, multiplexing is a tool that provides economies of scale

Configuring EIGRP Metric Components (K-values)

EIGRP calculates its integer metric, by default, using a formula that uses constraining bandwidth and cumulative delay. You can change the formula to use link reliability, link load, and even disable the use of bandwidth and/or delay. To change the formula, an engineer can configure five weightin...

EIGRP Authentication Configuration Checklist

The EIGRP authentication configuration process requires several commands, which are summarized as follows: Step 1.    Create an (authentication) key chain: Create the chain and give it a name with the key chain name global command (also puts the user into key chain config mode). T...

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