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rip routing question

Discussion in 'Routing & Switching' started by kobem, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. kobem

    kobem Megabyte Poster

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    ım rip supports contiguous networks as i know however on the question i will ask
    occurs a problem about routing i think



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    questions coming

    1- think that you have just configured lab a and lab b routers here but NOT DO ANY ROUTING may my ping be successful from pc under the lab a to serial interface of lab a router ?


    2- again considering the picture above assume local network of lab a is 172.16.1.0/24
    the network between lab a and lab b is 172.16.2.0/24
    and last one local network of lab b is 172.16.3.0/24

    and rip is contiguous, so lab a advertises 172.16.0.0/16 to lab b and lab b does the same
    BUT THERE SHOULD BE A PROBLEM HERE SINCE LAB A ALSO HAVE 172.16.0.0 AND LAB B TOO


    LAB A >>>> 172.16.0.0
    ---> COLLISION ?
    LAB B >>>> 172.16.0.0
     
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  2. kobem

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    this had become a duplicate post so erase one of them
     
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  3. Tinus1959

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    On question 1.
    The PC will be able to ping the router. There is only one network here, so no routing is needed.

    On question 2.
    You still confuse the classless and classfull with each other. When the router is configured with rip you enter a network and a subnetmask. It will see the two networks as different. There will be no collision.
     
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  4. BosonMichael
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    Again, you try to tackle advanced topics with a lack of basic knowledge. Learn Network+, and I will be more than happy to assist with your CCNA studies. Sorry.
     
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  5. r.h.lee

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    kobem,

    Where is your copyright permission to use "Figure 5.13 IP RIP routing example?"
     
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  6. kobem

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    successful ? it can not be because local network of lab a doesn't know about serial of lab a...

    and

    for my second

    rip doesn't send subnet mask info then lab a and lab see 172.16.0.0 but each of them has
    172.16.0.0 network so , there has to be collision
     
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  7. kobem

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    HEY TINUS I DIDN'T SAY PINGING THE ETHERNET INTERFACE OF LAB A , I SAID SERIAL INTERFACE
    OK?
     
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  8. kobem

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    hey any replies to my last writing ?
     
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  9. Tinus1959

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    If you stop shouting and using lots off colors in your questions, I might.
     
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  10. kobem

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    shouting ? no , just for highlighting that you should see !

    and any other question is ready , wishing you look at it too
     
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  11. greenbrucelee
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    I think you need to learn the basics of networking before you start on all this.

    What certifications are you going for?
     
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  12. kobem

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    i do not give meaning that you say "just learn the basics" cause i ask so many questions

    why ? because i have knowledge about basics but some little things stop my mind
    and sometimes cause many hours to think about it OK?
     
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  13. greenbrucelee
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    You seem to ask questions which are beyond you, but if you were more familiar with basic knowledge then you would understand the harder topics better.

    I am just trying to help.
     
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  14. kobem

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    i do not think that questions i asked are hard both by the way of finding the solution and replying
    these are not hard but requires some little brain work , in spite of my trials , sometimes
    head doesn't push , did you get me?
     
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  15. greenbrucelee
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    So you know the answers to the questions but want people to clarify them for you?
     
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  16. kobem

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    nearly !
    also can you examine my other topic here ?
     
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  17. Tinus1959

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    Using just CAPITALS is considered shouting. There is nothing wrong with my eyes. I wil see your remarks. Please stop using capitals, bold for complete sentences and colors.

    Now for your question. You can ping the router, but only on the ethernet port. The serial port can not be pinged if you have no routing protocols installed.
     
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