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Latest post 02-16-2017 11:16 PM by Martinl. 1 replies.
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  • 02-16-2017 8:07 AM

    once OSPF it advertises as a link , what does it really representing to network as router or only the interface?

    once OSPF it advertises as a link , what does it really representing to network as router or only the interface?

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  • 02-16-2017 11:16 PM In reply to

    Re: once OSPF it advertises as a link , what does it really representing to network as router or only the interface?

    depends on type of links. for stub networks LSA 1 , router lsa,  will include cost and  network mask/subnet. but for transit type 2 will includes IP of DR router; for p2p links, lsa 1 includes router id of a nieghbor and IP of interface to reach him.  

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