This post is about route redistribution and the different filtering techniques we have available in our toolbelt. This post requires that you have a basic understanding of route redistribution. For some good posts look at Petr Lapukhovs posts at INE.
This is a follow up post to my last OSPF post about repairing area 0. In the comments section Ray asked me what we can do if we have a scenario where we have another area that is discontigous. In
First start by looking at the diagram above. This is a scenario I ran into while doing my mock lab. It is pretty obvious that we will have issues with OSPF since area 0 is discontigous. You should be able
So I had my first run at a mock lab (Cisco 360). It was not a great score by any means. I got 59% on the TS and 49% on the config. Still, it does show that I’m not THAT
The site has now hit 50000 views. I did not really expect this when I started the blog. Thanks to all my readers 🙂 I’m doing my final prep for the CCIE. Vol1 has be finished. Right now I’m focusing
OSPF is by far the most complicated IGP on the RS lab if we go in to the details of the protocol and the loop prevention mechanisms. While doing some labs this week I ran in to some interesting issues.