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OSPF Design Considerations

Introduction

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a link state protocol that has been around for a long time. It is geneally well understood, but design considerations often focus on the maximum number of routers in an area. 984 more words

OSPF

Zone Planning Part 2

Took a break, did some labbing inside the VM Ware NSX.  Not too bad so far – just looks like a glorified GUI for setting up the network side.   653 more words

Routing OSPF via PPtP di Mikrotik

Setting routing ospf di mikrotik untuk menghubungkan koneksi antar cabang. Kondisi yang ditemui adalah antara kantor pusat dan cabang terhubung menggunakan VPN (PPtP) dengan model client-server. 252 more words

Mikrotik

Remote access established.

Up until a few days ago I was using VM Player to host all of my VMs.  Finally decided to install a VM Hypervisor and looks like it will work great.   473 more words

What is Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)?

Introduction

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a link-state, hierarchical, classless routing protocol that was developed by Cisco as a replacement of RIP. It has Administrative Distance of 110. 17 more words

Networking

Connect to OSPF area 0 over GRE tunnel

We all know that all OSPF areas have to be connected to area 0. But sometimes you encounter
a situation where it is not possible to connect an area to area 0. 383 more words

Cisco

First meeting with Project Supervisor

  1. Meetings every Thursday
  2. Introduction to OSPF Protocol
  3. Brief introduction to Link State Protocols (OSPF)
  4. Comparison with other Interior Gateway Protocols (IGP)
  5. OSPF Network Design and Configuration…
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