Re: OSPF on NBMA Networks posted 03/06/2003
This is a perfect example of not reading too deep into it. Keep it simple.
If the scenario tells you "Don't configure Network type Broadcast or
non-broadcast" and you can use neighbor statements, why not just use
Remember, you don't get extra points for creativity.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Schaffran" <tschaffran@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Scot Peter" <scotsman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2003 10:36 AM
Subject: Re: OSPF on NBMA Networks
> It sounds like you just need the neighbor statements.
> Tony Schaffran
> Network Analyst
> CCIE #11071
> CCNP, CCNA, CCDA,
> NNCSS, NNCDS, CNE, MCSE
> "Your #1 choice for Cisco rack rentals."
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Scot Peter" <scotsman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2003 4:54 AM
> Subject: OSPF on NBMA Networks
> > Hello Group
> > If we need to configure OSPF on a Multipoint interface with the
> > following condition,
> > - R1 should use Multipoint interfaces,
> > - R2, R3 should not use subinterfaces,
> > - All three routers should be in the same Network.
> > - Don't configure Network type Broadcast or non-broadcast.
> > R1
> > / \
> > R2 R3
> > I am not sure about configuring "ip ospf network
> > point-to-multipoint" (As the question mentions not to configure
> > Non-broadcast) or do we need to configure using "neighbor"
> > command? Please advice me on this.
> > Regards
> > Pet