Rip version 2 is hybrid protocol or distance vector protocol

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Mar 28th, 2007
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Hi,

i want to know whether Rip version 2 is hybrid protocol or distance vector protocol.some books are saying it is distance vector, and some other books are saying hybrid.

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IVAN PEPELNJAK Wed, 03/28/2007 - 23:20
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It's definitely a distance vector protocol, there's nothing in it that would make it anything else.

owaisberg Wed, 03/28/2007 - 23:24
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RIPv2 is a distance vector protocol, you

probably confused it with EIGRP which is

indeed considered as a hybrid protocol in

many sources.

One of the major difference between distance

and link-state protocols is with the first

ones router shares information about directly

connected neighbors and with the link-state

ones about directly connected links.

RIPv2 is essentially the same protocol as

RIPv1 (which is distance-vector)but has

number of improvements such as subnet mask

in updates, authentication, multicast,tags

and etc.


HTH,

OW


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