Interior Gateway Routing Protocol. A proprietary protocol that was developed by Cisco, used to exchange routing information between routers within an autonomous system. Also see routing protocol.
Internet Gateway Routing Protocol. A proprietary IGP used by cisco System's routers. [Source: RFC1208
Interior Gateway Roting Protocol
Internet Gateway Routing Protocol. Internal route protocol using distance vector, developed by Cisco to replace RIP.
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol. IGP developed by Cisco to address the problems associated with routing in large, heterogeneous networks. Compare with Enhanced IGRP. See also IGP, OSPF, and RIP.
(Internal Gateway Routing Protocol) A protocol developed by Cisco Systems to address the problem of routing within a large network of general topology comprised of segments having different bandwidth and delay characteristics.
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol. Traffic control program for networks, used by routers, developed by Cisco in the early 1980's. Determines the best path through an internet by looking at the delay and bandwidth of the networks between routers.
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol. Learns best routes through LAN Internet (TCP/IP).
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol. A distance vector IP routing protocol developed by Cisco Systems, Inc.
See IGRP (Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) in the "Cisco Systems Terms and Acronyms" section.
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol. Proprietary protocol used by Cisco Systems.
A proprietary network protocol, developed by Cisco Systems, designed to work on autonomous systems. IGRP is a distance-vector routing protocol, which means that each router sends all or a portion of its routing table in a routing message update at regular intervals to each of its neighboring routers.