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  1. popeye77

    CCIE R&S Lab - do we have PFR ?

    Latest expanded list updated with Pfr. Ignore this..
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    CCIE R&S Lab - do we have PFR ?

    In the latest expanded list, I dont see pfr ? Its always good not to leave anything which is in doubt. Just wanted to know how others view this thing? Appreciate your responses. Thanks, popeye
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    OSPF, distance vector ?

    Yes, Pappiar got it right. To elaborate more on that. You have area 1, 0 and area 2. If you have a link failure in area 1 that will not trigger a SPF run on other areas. The type 3 lsa which was originated from area 1 based on a link( which is failed now) will be flooded to other area with infinite metric. The other routers in area 0 and area 2 will add cost 1 to the max and becomes infinite metric. This is called partial run of SPF. The SPF is run on the local area (affected area) and uses distance vector to flood the route with infinite metric(Type 3LSA routes) to other areas. Hope this helps.
  4. popeye77

    OSPF, distance vector ?

    Yes, Pappiar got it right. To elaborate more on that. You have area 1, 0 and area 2. If you have a link failure in area 1 that will not trigger a SPF run on other areas. The type 3 lsa which was originated from area 1 based on a link( which is failed now) will be flooded to other area with infinite metric. The other routers in area 0 and area 2 will add cost 1 to the max and becomes infinite metric. This is called partial run of SPF. The SPF is run on the local area (affected area) and uses distance vector to flood the route with infinite metric(Type 3LSA routes) to other areas. Hope this helps.
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