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RE: ospf on-demand posted 08/10/2000
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Bill,
	There is a lot in the archive there.  Put the following string in to
search:
Ospf;rip;demand;circuit

Make sure the semi-colons are there...

Look at http://www.groupstudy.com/archives/ccielab/200005/msg00403.html for
a good description of what's going on.
If your messages, if you mention that you searched the archive, people will
be more receptive.  Part of the rules of this mailing list is that you
search the mailing list archives before posting, so if it looks like you
haven't, then you will get comments like Brian's (which are fair).  So if
people would put in their posts when they've searched the archives and what
strings they used, that would help clarify a lot.

Hope this helps,

Bill Dicks
CCIE # 6081

 -----Original Message-----
From: 	nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]  On Behalf Of
Bill Dellamar
Sent:	Thursday, August 10, 2000 3:43 PM
To:	ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:	re: ospf on-demand

Brian,
I searched the archive.  There are lots of ospf
on-demand questions there.  I didn't find one that
related to what I was looking for in what I considered
an acceptable use of my time.  Maybe I was searching
on the wrong topic.  I am going through all types of
redistribution scenerio's with isdn, frame, atm at the
lower layers and rip to ospf, ospf to eigrp, etc.
trying to prepare for my lab attempt.


If you don't what to respond to an email or feel that
the topic is a waste of your time, then delete the
email - hence the subject field in the email.

Bill

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