Classless Routing

Which Routing Protocol will used for Classless routing?

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Classless routing is the type of routing in which we can forward the subnetted networks.

The different types of routing protocols that support classless routing are
1)OSPF (Open Shortest Path First)
2)IS-IS (Intermediate System - Intermediate System)
3)EIGRP (Enhanced Interior gateway routing protocol)(Cisco Proprietry)
The Routing protocol for the internet that is BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) also supports classless routing.


  • Mar 30th, 2013

RIP (Routing Internet Protocol) is used for Classless routing.

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  • Mar 26th, 2015

Only RIP 2 supports classless routing

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  • Aug 14th, 2015

RIPV2, OSPF Supports Classless Routing...

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  • Sep 2nd, 2015

RIP V2, EIGRP, OSPF, IS-IS and BGP are all classless routing protocol

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  • Dec 27th, 2015

While updating route, no need to update the subnet mask

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  • Jan 4th, 2018

1.RIP V2

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