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Interview Task: RIP 9 years 9 months ago #19283

  • Ranger24
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Hi Guys,

Got an interview with a security and networking vendor (not cisco) for a technical training position.

As expected they want me to design, deliver and evaluate a training module on RIP.

While familiar with RIP, my experiance is from the limited use it sees in broadband networks so I am after advice.

So if you are feeling helpful could you let me know what you (as experianced networking professionals) think the key points about RIP are i.e why & where it should be used, or key things to remember when implementing it for example.

This will really help me focus my design on practical feedback rather then theoretical situations.

(BTW I only have 5 days to do this in)


Patience - the last reserve of the any engineer
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Re: Interview Task: RIP 9 years 9 months ago #19286

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Here's a good starting point

Wayne Murphy Team Member

Now working for a Security Company called Sec-1 Ltd in the UK, for any
Penetration Testing work visit or PM me for details.
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