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What is the RIP routing protocol?
When an IP packet arrives on an interface of the router, the router reads the destination address of the IP packet and searches the destination address in the routing table. A routing table entry contains two important pieces of information: the destination subnet and the local interface that is connected with that destination.

If the router finds an entry for the destination address in the routing table, the router forwards the incoming packet from the interface that is associated with the destination address in the entry. If the router does not find an entry for the destination address in the routing table, it immediately discards the incoming packet.

There are two ways to add entries in the routing table: manual and dynamic. In the manual method, we manually add entries for all network paths in the routing table. In dynamic routing, we configure and activate a routing protocol and the routing protocol automatically discovers all network paths and adds them to the routing table.

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RIP (Routing Information Protocol) is a dynamic routing protocol. Once configured and activated, it not only automatically discovers all network paths but also adds them to the routing table.

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