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Pinging between routers would only be significant if you can ping from backside to backside (i.e. remote office 1 subnet address to remote office 2 subnet address). Can you? If not, insure both remote office 1 and remote office 2 know of the other remote office's internal subnet.
To optimize the database description (DBD) packet exchange between two OSPF neighbors, use the compatible rfc5243 in router configuration mode or address family configuration mode for OSPFv3 AF. To disable RFC5243 optimization, use the no form of this com...
We said always that OSPF is a link-state routing protocol.For most engineer stuying CCNA or CCNP, OSPF is misunsdertanding.In reality, OSPF is a link-state routing protocol only within an area (intra-area); but almost a distance-vector routing protocol be...
A brief difference between ISIS and OSPF link state protocolsISIS and OSPF belongs to the same routing protocol family Link State, but if you study the two routing protocols, you will find several differences, in this article you will get the answer about...
The OSPF Type-2 LSA is one of the misunderstanding LSA among all the popular LSAs in OSPF , most people learns that this kind of LSA (Type-2) is generated by DR the Designated Router in a broadcast segment, for example when two or more than two routers ar...
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RADIUS has been the de-facto protocol for Remote Access Authentication for decades. RADIUS/UDP as defined by RFC 2865 has traditionally used MD5 for authentication and integrity. Unfortunately, successful attacks ...