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[–]c0sm0nauttCCNA R&S 4 points5 points  (4 children)

Don't take this the wrong way, but this could easily be found with a google search. A big part of IT is being resourceful in finding answers like this.

[–]jvrangCCENT[S] 0 points1 point  (3 children)

Right, I totally agree :) I always use google before asking here. I was just looking for clarification. Cos some article describes one as link-state and other said it was a hybrid.

So, I wanted to see what should I answer for the Cisco exam (ICND1).

edit: spelling

[–]c0sm0nauttCCNA R&S 1 point2 points  (2 children)

For ICND1 just know:

  • EIGRP - Hybrid, a/k/a "Advanced Distance Vector"
  • OSPF - Link state
  • RIPv2 - Distance Vector

Also, is RIPv1 the only classful routing protocol?

Yes. Know your metric too btw.

[–]jvrangCCENT[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Cool thanks.

[–]a_cute_epic_axisJust 'cause it ain't in my flair doesn't mean I don't have certs 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Though only know this for the exam, not for real life, as it's not accurate.

[–]a_cute_epic_axisJust 'cause it ain't in my flair doesn't mean I don't have certs 1 point2 points  (2 children)

  • eBGP - DV (i/e doesn't matter, BGP is just DV)
  • iEIGRP - not a thing (EIGRP is DV, not hybrid (fuck you Cisco))
  • IGRP - no longer a thing
  • OSPF - Single Area - LS, Multi Area - Hybrid
  • IS-IS - Link State
  • RIP - DV
  • eEIGRP - not a thing either/DV
  • iBGP - DV

[–]chuckbalesCCNP|CCDP|CCNA-V|CMNA 0 points1 point  (1 child)

iEIGRP - not a thing

eEIGRP - not a thing either

Eh, internal/external EIGRP are 'things', they're just not different protocols.

[–]a_cute_epic_axisJust 'cause it ain't in my flair doesn't mean I don't have certs 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yes external routes in EIGRP exist, (same in OSPF, etc), though they are literally never referred to as eEIGRP and there is no difference between if a protocol would be LS or DV because a route was redistributed or not, other than that all redistributed routes are DV by definition beyond the point of redistribution.