In this video, Russ walks through the configuration of OSPF in a multi-area environment. Learn how to implement OSPF for multiple areas within your autonomous system.
- [Instructor] All right, so let's go ahead…and configure an OSPF environment really quick.…We're going to start on R1 here and what I want to do…is establish a backbone area first,…so we're going to connect R1 and R2 together as a backbone,…and in order to do that,…let's start with show cdp neighbor…so we can make sure that we are in fact neighbors.…We can see that R2 is connected over FastEthernet0/0…so let's go to show ip interface and brief,…and that gives me an idea of FastEthernet0/0 which is R2.…
The IP address is 10.12.0.1.…Now that's important information…because now we need to configure OSPF on our router.…We start with configure terminal…and then we go with router ospf,…so I'm telling the dynamic routing protocol here,…and then I have a process number here.…Now this is locally significant.…It doesn't matter what I choose.…I can choose any positive number here.…I'm going to go with ospf 1.…Now that means it doesn't have to match on routers…throughout my environment.…
Is it a good idea that it matches…for administrative purposes?…
- Static routing
- Dynamic routing
- Interior vs. exterior routing protocols
- InterVLAN routing
- OSPF routing
- EIGRP routing
- Other routing protocols
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