Fellow Net Pro's
I am currently working on a new data center design that will be housed at a co-lo facility.
What I was wondering is if I assigned a loopback address to every device that I have on my diagram. Does it make sense to use it as the router ID for the OSPF process running, as well as the management ip of the device.
Since I will be summarizing routes at various modules of the ospf process, the loopback address will be an address included in the subnet that I will be advertising. Hence there could be various loopback addresses from different subnets. Does this make sense or should I just allocate a subnet to use for Router ID's and the management (traditionally management vlan/nrtwork) network.