In this video, Russ goes over some of the commands that can be used with OSPF to troubleshoot. Learn the commands that will allow you to troubleshoot the OSPF environment quickly.
- [Narrator] Alright, folks.…We've been messing with OSPF a lot,…but what I haven't given you is the tools…to figure out what to do when something goes wrong.…Now we have some of the major ideas…of what OSPF needs to establish adjacencies,…so let's take a look at some of these commands…I would like you to use.…Obviously, show ip interface brief is one of them.…This allows you to check out which interface…has which IP address assigned to it.…Very important stuff.…Show ip route is another one.…Is the route even in the actual layout here?…Do I see the routes that need to be here for OSPF?…Next, let's look at some OSPF-specific commands.…
First, I want to show you show ip ospf neighbor.…Now the neighbor commands let me know…which neighbors I am connected to.…Now it's using the neighbor ID.…Now the neighbor ID is used to uniquely identify…routers within the OSPF process.…Here's how it works.…You can either statically set it…using the router ID command, or it is…the highest loop back address for the IP address.…So if an IP address is 192 on a loop back address,…
- Static routing
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- Interior vs. exterior routing protocols
- InterVLAN routing
- OSPF routing
- EIGRP routing
- Other routing protocols
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