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RRAS RIP for IP

Updated: November 29, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Routing and Remote Access supports Router Information Protocol (RIP) versions 1 and 2. RIP version 2 supports multicast announcements, simple password authentication, and more flexibility in subnetted and Classless InterDomain Routing (CIDR) environments.

Aspects

The following is a list of all aspects that are part of this managed entity:

Name Description

RRAS Peer Routing

Routing and Remote Access uses Router Information Protocol (RIP) for IP to add and remove routes as peer routers are added and removed from the network.

RRAS RIP Audits

The Routing and Remote Access service has determined that Router Information Protocol (RIP) audits generated an audit entry when a system event was executed successfully. These events confirm successful RIP operations.

RRAS RIP Enabling

A Router Information Protocol (RIP) for IP environment automatically adds and removes routes as networks are added and removed from the network. You need to ensure that each router has RIP version 2 enabled so that the RIP-based route announcements are sent and received by all RIP routers on the network.

RRAS RIP Packet Discarding

A Router Information Protocol (RIP) for IP environment automatically adds and removes routes as networks are added and removed from the network. If the router is discarding RIP packets, RIP configuration with peer routers might fail.

RRAS RIP Protocol Initialization

The Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is designed for exchanging routing information within a small to medium-sized internetwork. When RIP is initialized, peer routers can announce and update changes to the routing table.

RRAS RIP Socket Operation

Socket operation for Routing Information Protocol  (RIP) involves configuring the router to receive RIP packets from a neighboring router.

RRAS Route Ignoring

A Router Information Protocol (RIP) for IP environment automatically adds and removes routes as networks are added and removed from the network. If the router is ignoring route updates, route configuration with peer routers might fail.

RRAS RTM Route Addition

The Routing Table Manager (RTM) is the central repository for routing information for all routing protocols that operate under the Routing and Remote Access service and for components such as the IP Router Manager. RTM maintains a user-mode routing table for all routes from all possible route sources.

Related Management Information

Routing and Remote Access Service Infrastructure

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