Ospf priority Question

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Mar 12th, 2008

Hi,

I have the following Lab setup:

Frame Relay Hub and spoke.

NBMA using neighbors. I have a priority of 255 at the hub and under the neighbor command (at the hub) have set the 2 spokes to priority 0. i.e 'neighbor 192.168.1.2 priority 0'. The spokes themselves have a default priority of 1.

The priority at the spoke has overwritten my config at the hub router.

Q: Can you set the priority on the hub for the spokes to 0 ?

Regards,

Phil.

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Correct Answer by lamav about 8 years 10 months ago

"Can you set the priority on the hub for the spokes to 0?"

No. You can specify priority only for routers that are eligible to become the designated router or backup designated router - that is, a router interface with a nonzero router priority value. The default priority value is 0.

HTH

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Victor

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lamav Wed, 03/12/2008 - 10:54

"Can you set the priority on the hub for the spokes to 0?"

No. You can specify priority only for routers that are eligible to become the designated router or backup designated router - that is, a router interface with a nonzero router priority value. The default priority value is 0.

HTH

If so, kindly rate this post.

Victor

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