Simple routing protocols work well for simple networks, but as networks grow and become more complex, it may be necessary to change the routing protocols. Often, the transition between routing protocols takes place gradually, so there are multiple routing protocols that are operating in the network for variable lengths of time.
This course describes how these problems can be resolved by redistribution from one routing protocol to another. You will also learn how Cisco routers make route selections when multiple protocols are active in the network.
describe the need for redistribution of routing protocols
define route redistribution
describe route redistribution between two routing protocols
determine default metrics for redistributed routes
Redistributing into OSPF
identify the router mode used to redistribute one routing domain into another
change metric type for EIGRP routes redistributed into OSPF
configure redistribution from EIGRP to OSPFv3 for IPv6 routes
configure IPv6 connected subnets for redistribution
identify how cost is used for E1 and E2 external routes
Redistributing into EIGRP
redistribute OSPF routes into EIGRP
modify the metric for a redistributed route into EIGRP
configure redistribution from OSPFv3 to EIGRP for IPv6 routes
recognize the types of redistribution
list the issues that can occur with mutual redistribution
Practice: Implementing Basic Redistribution
implement basic redistribution
The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs) identified within the Specialty Areas listed below. Click to view Specialty Area details within the interactive National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.