i'm looking for a routing protocol which is distance-vector and link-state in one. is there anybody who can tell me something about it? i only know routing protocols which are one of this two kinds (link-state and distance-vector).
the answer to that would be EIGRP. EIGRP is a Cisco proprietery routing protocol that takes into account distance vector as well as link state. It's also called a hybrid routing protocol for obivious reason.
The exam was wrong; there is no such protocol. When EIGRP was first put out, the marketing folks said it was a hybrid between link state and distance vector, but EIGRP is truly a distance vector protocol. Note this isn't a bad thing--EIGRP is a completely different distance vector protocol than RIP, for instance, using DUAL, rather than Bellman-Ford. The best intro would be the EIGRP white paper on CCO, or the EIGRP for IP Networks book on Addison Wesley. There is a good Cisco Press book as well, and a section on EIGRP in Advanced IP Network Design. There's also a section on EIGRP in Alex Zinin's IP Routing book,and the Networker's slides are always a good reference.
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