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Jon Marshall Sat, 06/23/2007 - 11:54
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Hi Ali

In general if you don't need it then it is always best to turn it off.

Turning off source-routing is always a good idea if you don't need it.

CDP can be useful and we use it in our network but it is recognised as a potential security risk.

Proxy-arp, again if you aren't in need of it turn it off.

Attached is a Cisco doc for securing your routers





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