Recently, many researchers have focused on the Ad-Hoc networks especially the routing protocols which include reactive and proactive routing protocols. The ultimate goal of routing protocols is forwarding data packet from the source to the destination. Consequently, several proactive routing protocols, such as routing information protocol (RIP), and reactive routing protocols, such as Dynamic Source Routing (DSR), are based on exploring, maintenance, and recuperating the route path. The likely problem in the Ad-Hoc networks is how to establish the best routing protocol that assures the requirements of the application concerning about some criteria. This work presents the evaluation of RIP and DSR utilizing the QualNet simulation. Furthermore, the achievement of these routing protocols was assessed based on the throughput, average jitter, average end-to-end delay, and energy consumption metrics. This paper demonstrates that the RIP has superior evaluation performance as compared to DSR in two different scenarios (effect of the number of nodes and effect of packet size).