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Routing design

Understanding everything about routing design is no brainer, especially if you have the chart below on your wall.

The table below highlights the pros and cons of each routing protocol. Of course, you need to consider the design attributes shown in Figure A before embarking on routing design.

Should you like the comparison of the routing protocols illustrated in the table below or should you want to see similar comparison for other technologies, feel free to add your comment in the comment section.

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Figure A: Comparison of Routing Protocols

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IS-IS Routing Protocol FAQ

IS-IS is a link state routing protocol. Commonly used in Service Provider networks.

Back in old days, IS-IS routing protocol software was more stable and robust compare to OSPF,  thus many service provider choose IS-IS as their interior routing protocol.

I collected the questions which I received from my students and readers related with IS-IS routing protocol and my answers in this post. Read more