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What is the proccess id look the output

 

Local
    7.7.7.7 (metric 20) from 9.9.9.9 (9.9.9.9)
      Origin incomplete, metric 2, localpref 100, valid, internal
      Extended Community: RT:9:9 OSPF DOMAIN ID:0x0005:0x000000640200
        OSPF RT:0.0.0.0:2:0 OSPF ROUTER ID:172.9.17.7:512
      Originator: 7.7.7.7, Cluster list: 9.9.9.9,
      mpls labels in/out 29/24

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  • well you can't say for sure, I think. But if domain-id hasn't been changed through "domain-id" under OSPF process, then it's 64

    DOMAIN ID:0x0005:0x000000640200. If the domain-id has been altered, I don't think there is a way to tell process ID from the BGP prefix.

  • ok but  the proccess ID is not 64 because this proccess ID is econde in Hexadecimal, this value is not Decimal.

     

    On questions 32 for OEQ simulator no specificy this comment.

  • JENT in your experience how do you evaluate OEQ for CCIE SP?

  • What is the proccess id look the output

     

    Local
        7.7.7.7 (metric 20) from 9.9.9.9 (9.9.9.9)
          Origin incomplete, metric 2, localpref 100, valid, internal
          Extended Community: RT:9:9 OSPF DOMAIN ID:0x0005:0x000000640200
            OSPF RT:0.0.0.0:2:0 OSPF ROUTER ID:172.9.17.7:512
          Originator: 7.7.7.7, Cluster list: 9.9.9.9,
          mpls labels in/out 29/24


    The answer is "100" - 64 in hex.  Don't forget that there is tons of other info here too - the area is 0, the LSA type is 2, router id, etc. 

  • The answer is "100" - 64 in hex.  Don't forget that there is tons of other info here too - the area is 0, the LSA type is 2, router id, etc. 

    yea, 0x64 of course, as the value in the extcommunity is in hex also. A tough guy would answer an OEQ question asking something like tihs with a binary :D

    A really lame OEQ question would be something like "Tell what you can tell about the original OSPF LSA according this ip bgp vpnv4 output" :D But I doubt there would be such, but I could easily see that they could ask you "What was the LSA type for the original OSPF LSA" as you can answer with a single word.

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