Performance of Best Route Selection using RIP and OSPF Routing Protocols ijtsrd
Routing protocols determine the best routes to transfer data from one node to another and specify how routers communicate between each other in order to complete this task. There are different classes of routing protocols, two of which are Exterior Gateway Protocol EGP and Interior Gateway Routing IGR . A routing protocol can be dynamic or static, as well as distance vector or link state. This paper presents the performance of best route selection using dynamic routing protocols such as Routing Information Protocol RIP and Open Shortest Path First OSPF . The network is designed to connect the site A and site B with seven interconnected routers and two switches. The performances of two routing protocols for a wired network are tested and the best route selection has been analyzed with routing table. It can be traced by using tracert command in order to observe the best route between two sites. This performance analysis has been simulated by applying Packet Tracer Simulator.
by Ma Ma Gyi | San San Naing | Pann Ei San “Performance of Best Route Selection using RIP and OSPF Routing Protocols”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019,
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