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So lets say for a moment we have 3 routes that exactly the same using EIGRP192.168.12.0/27 using RIP192.168.12.0/28 using OSPF From my understanding Administrative distance should be first choosing the EIGRP route  If all of these whe...

Glf20 by Beginner
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Resolved! OSPF

I'm new in the Networking field. So, maybe my question is dumb, forgive me for that.My question is - Can we use OSPF without backbone area??

Jaylene by Beginner
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Hi All, I have a client who has 2 vlans.  Van 1 is the clients general devices PC's printers, Apple TVs etc.. and they have 8 Sonos recently installed.  They have a Control system (Crestron) which on the 2nd Vlan wiht a number of wall mounted touchpa...

davidfield by Participant
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Topology above: green area being backbone and blue area being area 2. My other network in area 1 (not shown here), summarises properly (this is my 192.168.X.X network) on the ASBR. However, the blue network does not. The routing table maintains every...

LierseaVn by Beginner
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Ok...I'm trying to setup my 851W  router.  Unable to gain access from the LAN port on   I'm able to access through the console port, but the default username/passcode  (cisco/cisco) does not work.  I've tried the reset button, but still no...

Resolved! security

What do each of these terminologies mean? Object Network, Mpf(modular policy framework), embryonic What does this command do?      set connection per-client-max "" per-client-embryonic ""Why is inspection disabled for ICMP & Traceroute by default in ...

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