Re: OSPF FR adjacency question posted 09/17/2006
- Subject: Re: OSPF FR adjacency question
- From: sabrina pittarel <sabri_esame@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2006 10:12:00 -0700 (PDT)
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They are all correct. I'm sure the lab task wording will drive you toward one or the other option.
As long as you know all the ways of making it working you are fine.
----- Original Message ----
From: Peter Cresswell <p-cresswell@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, September 17, 2006 9:28:03 AM
Subject: OSPF FR adjacency question
I'm sure this question comes up all the time, but i've had a quick look
through the archive and could find a previous posting.
I'd like your opinion on the following scenario (hub & spoke over FR, single
- Hub has point-to-multipoint interface (in both ospf and FR and has FR
broadcast to spokes)
- Spokes have point-to-point interfaces (in both ospf and FR and has
interface-dlci to hub)
By default this configuration will not build an adjacency because of
different hello timers. Which of the following solutions (or others if you
have them) do you think is the "prefered" way to set up OSPF adjancencies in
1. Change hello time on both spokes to 30 secs.
2. Change hello time on hub to 10 secs.
3. Change the ospf network type on spokes to point-to-multipoint
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