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RE : ripV2 unicast posted 09/01/2004
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But if you re only asked to configure one side then there is little chance
the other end has a GRE tunnel already built,

--Richard

-----Message d'origine-----
De : James [mailto:james@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Envoyi : Tuesday, August 31, 2004 11:25 PM
@ : ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Objet : ripV2 unicast

Under RIPv2... when asked to perform unicast updates w/o using neigh +
passive,
you can do this by NAT'ing destination udp port 520 with dest. ip of
multicast
224.0.0.9 swapped to a unicast address.

Would other acceptable option be... using gre tunnel between two routers and
running rip over it? I woudl think its still unicast between the _routers_.

Thanks,
-J

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