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Router

Any piece of hardware or software that forwards packets based on their destination IP address.

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Routing Table

A list of paths to various networks required by routers.

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What two fields of a routing table are used to determine the route needed?

Destination LAN IP and Subnet Mask

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What two fields of a routing table tell the router what to do with the packet?

Gateway (for IP of next hop)
and
Interface (for port to use)

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If the network ID is directly connected, then the gateway field of the routing table gets set to _________

0.0.0.0
or
IP address of port you're sending to

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Command to see your routing table in Linux/OSX

netstat -r

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Metric

A relative value that defines the cost of using this route. (Lowest routes win)

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Network Address Translation (NAT)

A means of translating a system's IP address into another IP address before sending it out to a larger network.
Gives individual systems private IPs, and hides them behind the public IP

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Port Address Translation (PAT)

Form of NAT that uses port numbers to map traffic from specific machines in the network.

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NAT Translation Table

Special database in a NAT router that stores destination IP addresses and ephemeral source ports from outgoing packets and compares them against returning packets.

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Static NAT (SNAT)

Maps a single routable (public) IP address to a single machine, allowing you to access that machine from outside the network.

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Port Forwarding

Preventing the passage of any IP packets through any ports other than the ones prescribed by the system administrator.

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Dynamic NAT (DNAT)

Type of NAT in which many computers can share a pool of routable IP addresses that number fewer than the computers.

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Static Route

An entry in a router's routing table that is not updated by any automatic route discovery protocols.

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Hop

Each time a packet goes through a router

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Possible Criteria for Determining a Metric

1) Hop
2)Bandwidth
3) Latency
4)Cost
5) Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU)
6) Shortest Path Bridging (SPB)
7) Administrative Distance

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Fragmentation

When a packet is too big and it's broken into pieces.

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Distance Vector

Routing protocols that calculate the total cost to get to a particular network ID and compare that cost to the total cost of all other routes to get to that same network. It chooses the route with the lowest cost.

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Convergence

When routers using distance vector protocols continue sending their routing tables to each other, but the routing tables don't change.

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What size of network is distance vector good for?

Smaller networks with less than 10 routers or so.

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Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

Distance vector routing protocol that dates from the 1980s

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Autonomous System (AS)

One or more networks that are governed by a single dynamic routing protocol, which provides routing for the Internet backbone.

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AS Number

32 bit number displayed as two 16 bit numbers separated by a dot.

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Exterior Gateway Protocols (EGP)

The protocols AS's use to communicate with each other

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Interior Gateway Protocols (IGP)

The protocols that networks within an AS use to communicate

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Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)

-An exterior gateway routing protocol that enables groups of routers to share routing information so that efficient, loop-free routes can be established.
- Hybrid or path vector routing protocol

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Edge-routers

The routers that handle AS-to-AS routing

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Route Aggregation

A way to simplify routing tables into manageable levels. Basically a tiering system, like a tree.

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Link State

Type of dynamic routing protocol that announces only changes to routing tables, as opposed to the entire routing tables.

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Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)

An interior gateway routing protocol developed for IP networks based on the link state algorithm.

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When you first launch OSPF-capable routers, they send out _________ called Hello packets looking for other OSPF routers

Link State Advertisements (LSAs)

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What is the routing protocol of choice for most large enterprise networks?

OSPF

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Flooding

When a new router is sending a lot of LSAs

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Formula for hop cost in OSPF

100,000,000/(bandwidth in bps)

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Area

A group of logically associated OSPF routers designed to maximize routing efficiency while keeping the amount of broadcast traffic well managed.

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Area ID

Address assigned to routers in an OSPF network to prevent flooding beyond the routers in that particular network.

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When you interconnect multiple areas, what is the area id of the backbone?

0 or 0.0.0.0

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Route Redistribution

When a multiprotocol router learns route info using on protocol and announces that info using another routing protocol.

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Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS)

A protocol similar to OSPF, but with support for IPv6 since inception.

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Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)

Cisco's proprietary hybrid protocol that has elements of both distance vector and link state routing.

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Yost Cable

A cable used to interface with a Cisco device

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Managed Device

Networking devices, such as routers and advanced switches, that must be configured to use.

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Network Management Software (NMS)

Tools that enable you to describe, visualize, and configure an entire network.

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Basic Router Configuration Process

1) Set up the WAN side
2) Set up the LAN
3) Establish Routes
4) Configure a Dynamic Protocol

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When packets aren't getting to the places you expect them, check the __________.

routing table