Re: RouterID posted 08/04/2006
Do as they tell you. If they do not tell you , you have the freedom.
Just make sure your ID is unique (does not collide with other via the
backbone routers....so do not use 126.96.36.199 for example....use loopbacks,
anything using your rack number...etc)....
On 8/4/06, ELDHO PAUL <cciein2006@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> In the CCIE lab are we supposed to configure an existing loopback address
> the router id of OSPF or BGP process
> Do we have the freedom of configuring it as we wish unless specified.
> Please advice.
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