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  • rip and ospf

    good after noon
    i read a lot about rip and ospf protocol and i don't know what is the different between them. ?
    thanks for the help

  • #2
    rip vs ospf

    This question is almost like asking which is better 1 dollar bills or 100 dollars bill(with OSPF being the 100).

    I'll give you big benefits of them both:

    RIP OSPF
    -send entire routing table every 30 sec -sends only changes
    -uses hop counts (15 default limits you) -true link state
    -doesn't send subnet masks updates -updates as needed
    -worse routing protocol for bandwidth -most efficient
    -Will never be found on a network -widely used and scalable
    except for classroom environment

    NO good administrator would implement RIP anywhere except for training because Cisco still tests on it. This is one of the oldest routing protocols out there and is not even being updated since RIP (V) 2: OSPF is widely used and is constantly being updated and is the primary means for routing for government/military agencies.

    ron

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      thanks

      thanks

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