EIGRP Quiz Test with Answers

EIGRP Quiz Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) is routing protocol designed by Cisco Systems. It is an enhanced version of Cisco’s earlier Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP). You can take the EIGRP Quiz related to Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol.   Try other Quizes: BGP Quiz, IPv6 Quiz, RIP Quiz, OSPF Quiz, Networking Quiz

RIP-Routing Information Protocol Quiz Questions/answers

RIP quiz

The Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is one of the famous and oldest routing protocols, you can test your RIP knowledge by taking following Quiz. At the end of quiz you will find correct answers:     Try other Quizes: CCNA Interview Questions BGP Quiz, IPv6 Quiz, OSPF Quiz, EIGRP Quiz, Networking Quiz

When to use BGP | why use Border Gateway Protocol?

Why we use BGP? GBP (Border Gateway Protocol) is mostly used by ISPs (internet service providers). BGP is replaced with the older protocol that is EGP and latest version of BGP is Version 4. BGP v4 is defined in RFC 1771 you can read that for more detail. BGP suppose to be a distance vector … Read more When to use BGP | why use Border Gateway Protocol?

When to use OSPF | why use Open shortest path first?

When we use OSPF as a Routing Protocol? OSPF works great in different WAN environments like  point to point, non broad cost multi-access, point to multipoint, frame-relay and in LAN environment. OSPF is also a great routing protocol for dialup scenarios and in heterogeneous organization which use to own different companies or business having with … Read more When to use OSPF | why use Open shortest path first?

When to use EIGRP why use Enhance interior Gateway routing protocol?

EIGRP

why we use EIGRP? Enhance interior Gateway routing protocol was a Cisco proprietary protocol, but this premise that EIGRP is a Cisco proprietary protocol does not hold true anymore. EIGRP is suitable to use in medium to large networks. Following are some key features for help you to choosing EIGRP as your routing protocol.  EIGRP is an advanced … Read more When to use EIGRP why use Enhance interior Gateway routing protocol?