CCNA – Configuring Default Routing with RIP and IGRP

Configuring Default Routing with RIP and IGRP

This is the paper of the CCNA program about how to Configuring Default Routing with RIP and IGRP.

Objective
In this lab, configure a default route and use RIP to propagate this default information to other routers. When this configuration has reached convergence, migrate the network from RIP to IGRP and configure default routing to work with that protocol as well.



Scenario
International Travel Agency (ITA) asked for default routing to be configured for its network, which currently uses RIP. The company connects to the Internet through SanJose2. It has been decided to configure a static default route on that router. To aid scalability, SanJose2 will propagate the default route to all other RIP routers.

ITA also asked that the possibility of migrating all routers to IGRP be explored. As a test, configure the three routers in this scenario for IGRP and configure default routing for that protocol as well.

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