Performance Evaluation of Secured Versus Non-Secured EIGRP Routing Protocol
Source: Qatar University
Routing is the process of forwarding data across an inter-network from a designated source to a final destination. Along the way from source to destination, at least one intermediate node is considered. Due to the major role that routing protocols play in computer network infrastructures, special cares have been given to routing protocols with built-in security constraints. In this paper, the authors evaluate the performance of EIGRP routing protocol in the case of secured and non-secured routing traffic. This is done through studying and analyzing EIGRP routing traffic with and without security rules.