hi, i have 2 routers on a frame-relay network, i ran ospf on them with network type point-to-multipoint, now when i check the routing table on both routers i can see other serial interface ip with /32 mask which is directly connected to the other router, so i checked cisco and it said that it happens
It's working as designed. On a NBMA network, the router needs to know about its neighbor in order to send the hello packets.
NBMA network, by default, is non-broadcast and when OSPF is configured on the interface, you must also configure the neighbors under the OSPF process.
If you change the OSPF network as point-to-multipoint, the protocol will announce its interface as a stub network to its neighbors for reachability. Removing this function will break the OSPF adjacency.
good morning I have this report from users, saying that they encounter connection issue only when they are wired , but the wireless I fine. both connection are using the same path to the internet ...please advised a troubleshooting plan.
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