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Old 07-16-2009, 09:46 PM
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Default A most difference of exchanging routes between RIP v1 and V2


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According to the topology above, configure BB1 and R1 to exchange RIP routes via unicast.
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Old 07-16-2009, 09:49 PM
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RIP V2 supports exchanging route using unicast ( by default, RIPv1 uses broadcast and RIPv2 uses multicast).

To enable the unicast update, do the followings:
  • (config-router)#passive-interface Interface_name
Set the specified interface to the passive mode. It would only receive the route information, but not send.
  • (config-router)#neighbor IP_address
Specify a neighbor to exchange the route information using unicast.
In this case, set BB1ís E0/0 and R1ís E1/1 to the passive mode, so they will not send the RIP information out by broadcast. Then enable the unicast update to exchange the route information.

In this case, set BB1ís E0/0 and R1ís E1/1 to the passive mode, so they will not send the RIP information out by broadcast. Then enable the unicast update to exchange the route information.
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