OSPF on two Routers with a 2960 Switch in between

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Sep 2nd, 2010
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Hi Guys,


How is it possible to set up OSPF on two Routers with a 2960 Switch in between?

I had tried it, but i couldn't see any ospf neighbor

And it would be great to have a solution without a static route.


It looks like this:

Router1 (C4506) ------ Switch (2960G) ----- Router 2 (C3750G)


Thanks for your answers.

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Jon Marshall Thu, 09/02/2010 - 23:08
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manuelsch wrote:


Hi Guys,


How is it possible to set up OSPF on two Routers with a 2960 Switch in between?

I had tried it, but i couldn't see any ospf neighbor

And it would be great to have a solution without a static route.


It looks like this:

Router1 (C4506) ------ Switch (2960G) ----- Router 2 (C3750G)


Thanks for your answers.

It shouldn't matter if there is a L2 switch in between.


The connections from the 4506 to the 2960 and the 3750G to the 2960G must either be -


1) in the same vlan


or


2) be trunk connections


Jon

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