List the key information routers needed to route data.
Describe classful and classless routing protocols.
Describe link-state router protocol operation.
Compare distance vector and link-state routing protocols.
Describe concepts relating to extending IP addresses and the use of VLSMs to extend IP addresses.
Describe the three-layer hierarchical design model and explain the function of each layer: Access, Distribution, and Core.
Given specific requirements, choose the correct routing protocol to meet the requirements.
Identify the correct IP addressing scheme, including features of IPv6.
Identify the steps to configure a router for Network Address Translation (NAT) with overload, static translations, and route maps.
Describe the concepts relating to route summarization and apply them to hypothetical scenarios.