Exchange of Routing Protocol-Specific Parameters

The decision-making process and the information sent within the protocols might be incompatible and not easily exchanged, leading to errors and complex configuration. Each routing protocol maintains parameters specific to that protocol

Comparison of PIM-DM and PIM-SM

One of the most confusing parts of the PIM-DM and PIM-SM designs is that it appears that if sources keep sending, and receivers keep listening, there is no difference between the end results of the end-user multicast packet flow using these two options. Once PIM-SM completes its more complicated pro...

Exchanging Multicast Routing Information with MBGP

Before setting up MBGP, you should set up multicast-routing on the Autonomous System Boundary Router (ASBR) and configure it to block multicast traffic that you know is only intended for the local network: Router-ASBR1#configure terminal Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End w...

UplinkFast: Access-Layer Uplinks

 Consider an access-layer switch that has redundant uplink connections to two distribution- layer switches. Normally, one uplink would be in the Forwarding state and the other would be in the Blocking state. If the primary uplink went down, up to 50 seconds could elapse before the redundant ...

Preventing Unwanted Neighbors Using Passive

Interfaces When an EIGRP network configuration subcommand matches an interface, EIGRP on that router does two things: Step 1. Attempts to find potential EIGRP neighbors by sending Hellos to the multicast address Step 2. Advertises about the subnet connected to that interface In some...

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