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IWEB3 Lab 2 Q 4.6 posted 09/04/2008
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It's no good I will have to ask.

Solution here has two ospf instances running on R3. Any ideas why?

Curiously I cant get the neighbors formed between R3 and R2 at all. Odd as the
L2/L3 stuff seems ok. I wonder if this is an ip ospf mtu-ignore thing?