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Author: Jason Sinclair

Focus: CCNA

Issue Date: Nov 18, 2022

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IP Routing, 2nd Edition

This Study Guide covers the base level routing knowledge required of CCNA candidates when attempting the CCNA written exam. This is not an exhaustive coverage of these concepts; however, the information contained in this Tutorial will greatly prepare you for questions relating to routing concepts and the distance vector routing protocols RIP (both RIPv1 and RIPv2) and EIGRP.

Note: This Study Guide gives a thorough coverage of RIP, EIGRP, Distance Vector routing protocols, and general routing concepts. It does not, however, directly address IGRP, which is still (as of November 2002) listed as covered on Cisco's CCNA exam (EIGRP is not). Cisco has stated publicly that EIGRP will be covered on future versions of the CCNA exam and that IGRP will eventually be phased out. In the meantime, for information about IGRP, see the first edition of the IP Routing Study Guide.

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