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Interior Routing Protocols Comparison: RIP vs EIGRP vs OSPF vs IS-IS

Interior Routing Protocols Comparison: RIP vs EIGRP vs OSPF vs IS-IS

Using a dynamic routing protocol in a network today is a common routing strategy for providing full network connectivity in enterprise environments. Simultaneously, it has many advantages over static routing and brings many additional benefits, especially in medium to large networks.

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A Quick Guide to EIGRP Configuration with Stub Routing

EIGRP configuration with stub routing

The EIGRP stub routing feature improves network stability, security, and reduces resource utilization. Stub routing is commonly used in only hub-and-spoke network topologies. In a hub-and-spoke network, one or more end (stub) networks are connected to a remote device (the spoke) that …

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