RIP feature of the access network

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Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is a simple Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP), which is applied to small-scale networks, such as campus networks and regional networks with simple structures. It is not applied to more complex environments or large-scale networks.

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ARP proxy feature of the access network
When a PC sends an Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) request to another PC, the request is processed by the access device connected to the 2 PCs. This process is called ARP proxy. ARP proxy is often used for communication between the sub virtual local area networks (VLANs) in a super VLAN.

What advantages does RIP-2 have compared with RIP-1
-Routing Information Protocol version 2 (RIP-2) supports the tagging of external routes and uses the routing policy to flexibly control routes based on the tag. -RIP-2 packets contain mask information and support route aggregation and Classless Inter-dom

Why is a configuration error message prompted when an S series or E series switches use the network command in RIP to advertise network segment routes
Q: Why is a configuration error message prompted when the network command in RIP is used to advertise network segment routes? A: RIP is based on natural network segments. Though RIP version 2 supports other subnet masks, natural network segments must be used for configuration. For example, if the IP address of VLANIF100 is set to 1.1.1.1/24, the network 1.0.0.0 command must be used for configuration.

RIP configuration method on an AR router
The Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is a simple Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) and based on a distance vector algorithm. RIP measures the distance to the destination network based on the hop count. For details about the AR router RIP configuration method, see the URL: Example for Configuring RIP.

Accessing the management network port
For details about how to log in to the iMana CLI and WebUI, see the iMana User Guide (Link). For details about how to log in to the iBMC CLI and WebUI, see the iBMC User Guide (Link). Use HTTPS to access the WebUI. Enter https://bmc_ip_address/ in the browser's address box and press Enter. It is not recommended that you enter "bmc_ip_address" in the browser's address box and press Enter. If you enter only the IP address, HTTP will be used by default. The login may fail because HTTP poses security risks.

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