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betswang
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If so, we’d like to speak with you to understand you and your team’s process on how you monitor and troubleshoot network traffic. We ask that you complete our brief survey: https://ciscoux.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d4LYJ5oWqWj9CCy Based on your respon... Read More
Amilee San Juan
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Listen: https://smarturl.it/CCRS8E38 Follow us: twitter.com/CiscoChampionAdding learning capabilities to the internet will increase the overall network SLO and application experience. Real data driven experiments have shown that such an approach will comp... Read More
Amilee San Juan
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Listen: https://smarturl.it/CCRS8E37Follow us: twitter.com/ciscochampionSometimes, situations require temporary fixes. Sometimes, the network becomes an afterthought in overall office design and planning. In either situation, it may require network engine... Read More
Kelli Glass
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In this special edition of the Insider Series, we hear from Cisco partners who have taken steps to be more eco-friendly and sustainable. We hear what inspires ASHRAE, Southwire, Igor, and NTT to create a workplace that is centered around people and how th... Read More
meddane
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We know that the Type-1 LSA describes the link type connected to the router, the neighbor router and the subnet number. In this topology, assume we dont have a Type-2 LSA, so each router will create its own Type-1 LSA, the Type-1 LSA will describe the nei... Read More
meddane
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Why IETF changed and inverted OSPF Type-7 LSA VS Type-5 LSA election In RFC 3101 compared to OLD RFC 1587? Many people learns that the Type-7 LSA and Type-5 election (ON Versus OE routes) depends on RFC 3101 for NSSA published in 2003 and RFC 1587 for NSS... Read More
meddane
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I discovered recently that The BIG-IP products for F5 Networks can be configured using the Cisco IOS CLI.
meddane
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OSPF Routing Protocol The Ultimate : CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Exam Kindle Edition Description: OSPF Routing Protocol is a big topic in CCIE Enterprise exam, This workbook is written and dedicated for people and candidates who prepare the CCIE Enterp... Read More
meddane
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OSPF Demystified With RFC Version 3.1: RFC Request For Comments Translated Into Practice With 101 Labs OSPF Routing Protocol Kindle Edition OSPF Routing Protocol is the most used protocol in the world, especially in the world of service provider, through ... Read More
meddane
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Background: In OSPF, there are many loop prevention mechanisms between ABR because the Vector Distance behavior OSPF in multi area design such as INTER-AREA LSA Type 3 loop prevention or P-Bit loop prevention. Is there a loop prevention mechanism between ... Read More
meddane
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Background: The purpose of this article is to shown how the Largest area id is OSPF is used as a tie breaker to select the best route. The goal In this topologie is to ensure so that R1 will prefer the path through R3 for 4.4.4.0/24 and 4::/64 without mod... Read More
meddane
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Background: By definition with OSPFv2 the content of the LSA Type 2 describes the network segment listing the DR address, the attached routers, and the used subnet mask. This information is used by each router participating in OSPF to build the exact pict... Read More
meddane
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Why an NSSA ABR does not inject a default route automatically into NSSA unlike with stub area ? In this topology if an ASBR inject a default route into OSPF in order to permit internal ospf routers to reach another routing domain, it creates a Type-7 LSA ... Read More
jdoyl28
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Hello Everyone! I posted the below information on Reddit yesterday, but want to ensure it is spread through the community. Apologies if this is the incorrect approach/forum. I also posted this in the Learning Network. First, a disclosure. I'm not a cloud/... Read More
meddane
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Like with DR (Designated Router) on OSPF, on broadcast multi-access, IS-IS elects a designated intermediate system (DIS) but keep in mind that unlike with OSPF where a Backup Designated Router is elected , on IS-IS there is no concept of a Backup DIS.Then... Read More