I have to connect two seperate company networks due to a merger. The companies will be linked via two point-to-point links to provide resiliency and both run OSPF with the same process-id. The problem I have with connecting both networks on area 0 is that there are overlapping networks, so I need to control the routes that are advertised at each end.
Should I run a different routing protocol (BGP) on the p2p links and redistribute into OSPF controlling the networks advertiseed by route maps and prefix lists, or is there a simpler way.
Hi,I've had below topology: So from RT1's perspective, if link RT1 - RT5 is the link to be protected, the P-space (RT1, Redlink) will be RT2? I can see the definition of P space of RT1 is the set of nodes that RT1 can reach as per pre-convergenc...
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Cisco IOS-XE 17.3.1 – Catalyst Switching Updates
Table of Contents
Hardware Additions since IOS-XE 17.2.1
Key Summary Features
Platform and Infra Features
High Availability Features
Routing / MPLS / VPN Features