Crash course: interior routing protocols

Thursday, 30 March 2006, 2:42 PM EST

Picking the right interior routing protocol for your network is crucial for delivering your business applications end-to-end without undue costs or delays. There's certainly plenty to choose from, including RIPv1, OSPF and IS-IS, as well as Cisco's IGRP and EIGRP if you're mostly a Cisco shop. We discuss each protocol, as well as when to use which one.

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