no peer neighbor-route command

Hello experts,

 

what's the purpose of "no peer neighbor-route " command in PPP.

 

Cheers

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    It gets rid of the Connected /32 route distributed from
    your PPP peer.

     

    If both sides are sharing the same subnet (which is very
    typical in today's network) then the /32's showing up doesn't buy much
    benefit.  In the old days with dialup and many disconnected network
    connections, it was incredibly important to have!

     

    Cheers,

     




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    Hello experts,

     

    what's the purpose of "no peer neighbor-route " command in PPP.

     

    Cheers




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  • It is just like Scott said.

    If you are using different subnet in both ends you need that command.

    Let me just add if you wanna run ospf or other protocol when using different subnets you need to use ip unnumbered off some interface that is under the ospf process for instance.

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