Suppose that you have two networks in your internetwork. Devices in one network support the advanced features of RIP version 2, but the devices in the other network don’t. You can still take advantage of the advanced features of RIPv2 in the network that supports it by redistributing the RIPv2 updates into the RIPv1 network. For the purpose of this tip, I assume you’ve already configured RIP version 2 where appropriate.
To route between RIP v1 and RIP v2, use the following procedure:
On the router connected to both networks, configure the following command on the interface connected to the RIPv1 network:
router(config)#interface [interface name]
router(config-if)#ip rip receive version 1
You can gain hands-on experience in techniques just like this, plus many other tips, procedures, and shortcuts when you enroll in our Cisco router training classes. Our accelerated training programs are designed to provide you with practical knowledge combined with lots of hands-on practice so you can go directly from our classroom into your workplace and apply your new knowledge and experience right away. Click here for more information about our Cisco training workshops or call Janet at 206.988.5858 to enroll today.