My Overview on RIP Version 2 Routing

Distinctions: 

  1. Classless
  2. Sends Subnet Information
  3. VLSMS
  4. CIDR
  5. authentication
  6. key management

http://templetontutor.com/about-us/erb-tutoring-coleen-gwin/-120.709601 Implementation:

Devices: Cisco 2811 Router

Commands:

  • router rip—Enable RIP routing from Global Configuratoin Mode
    • version 2—Enable RIP V2. Default is Version 1
    • network <network ID>——Make sure to add the networks of the configured interfaces.
      Tip: everything is basically configured the same as RIP V1
    • no auto summary—–disable summarization to advertise sub-netted classless routes. It is enabled by default.

debug ip rip ————turn this on from privileged exec mode    to see the router display rip packets/routers being sent in advertisements. Use the ‘no form’ when finished to stop the processes

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Cyber Organisms

Cyber Organisms; What was I thinking?
Well the idea here is incredibly abstract at best but I hope this will make some sense. We know that in our real analog world the rules of nature and Darwinian evolution have evolved almost every creature we encounter on this earth and the same process on other worlds could be discovered as well.
These creatures including our own ape like species can be called an organism. An organism; kinda sounds like what it is. An organized compilation of parts forming a completed ‘ism’ so to speak that we might name Homo Sapiens or German Shepard. I tie this to our cyber world created and for the most part evolved by us humans. And in this digital realm we have organisms similar in context to the flora and fauna of the analog world. This is my though on ‘Cyber Organisms.’ These organisms would be made up of the hardware, software and below it all the programming languages and machine code that makes the instruction set for the software and hardware. All human derived but eerily similar to genetic code in biological animals and like an instruction set for us in the animal kingdom we can say our genetic codes perform very similar functions to that of the machines.