I am attaching my scenario in the ppt file and some commands in the word file.
I understand that to set the RIP of a router in OSPF you have three options in this order: 1) Set the RID with the "router-id (value)" command. 2) If you don't set the RID with the "router-id" commant then set a loopback and the highest loopback will be the RID. 3) If there is no RID configured with the "router-id" and there is no loopback then the RID will be the highest numeric IP address from all working interfaces.
In my case I didn't set a RID with the "router-id" command. I set a loopback (18.104.22.168) so that it will be my RID but the router still shows the highest numeric IP address of a working interface as the RID..... do you see anything wrong with my configuration? What is the reason it is not setting the RID to the value of the loopback?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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