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Show ip route - definition

Is this considered the global routing table?

OSPF RIB - Show ip ospf database (ospf's table)
EIGRP RIB - sh ip eigrp topology (eigrp' stable)
BGP RIB - show ip bgp (bgp table)
Global RIB - show ip route

Is it correct to say each dynamic routing protocol will determine its routes and inject it on to the global routing table?
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PeraHoman
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PeraHoman
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
Is this considered the global routing table?
Your question is a bit... vague.

The commands you list are how to show different parts of different routing protocols. For example, "show ip ospf database" is how you view a the OSPF link state database.  Not all of it, just a summary of it.  The EIGRP command is basically the same except most refer to it as the topology table.

And so on.

Is it correct to say each dynamic routing protocol will determine its routes and inject it on to the global routing table?
Sure. That's as good a description as any. Although whether it shows up in the routing table will be determined by the administrative distance of the routing protocols.
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