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Juniper RIP Redistribute Route from OSPF to RIP
 
You want to redistribute from OSPF route to RIP.
 
[edit policy-options]

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Juniper RIP Redistribute Route from BGP to RIP
 
You want to redistribute from OSPF route to RIP.
 
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Juniper RIP Redistribute Route from Static to RIP
 
You want to redistribute from OSPF route to RIP.
 
[edit policy-options]
source@RouterA# set policy-statement advertise-static-routes term 1 from protocol static

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Juniper Configuring RIP for IPv6
 
You want to add a JUNOS router running RIP to your IPv6 network.
The configuration for the IPv6 version of RIP, called RIPng, is basically the same as for the IPv4 version of RIP. RIPng has a separate configuration hierarchy:
 
[edit protocols ripng]

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Juniper Configuring RIP
 
You want network devices running RIP Version 2 to be able to communicate with the rest of your network.
You configure basic RIP functionality on your router:
 
[edit protocols]

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Juniper RIP Advertise Its Routes
 
You want your RIP-enabled router to share routes with its neighbors and learn routes from them.
To have RIP advertise RIP routes to its neighbors, you need to configure a routing policy that accepts all RIP packets:
 
[edit policy-options]

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Juniper Enabling RIP Authentication
 
You want to ensure that all RIP protocol traffic your router accepts comes from devices known to you so that only trusted routers participate in determining how traffic is routed through your network.
Configure MD5 authentication for RIP:
 
source@RouterA> configure

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