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Challenge!

The topology is in attachment.

All routers run both RIPv2 and OSPF.

Attempt this exercise based on what you know about OSPF, Dijkstra's

algorithm, and the distance command. Using only the distance command,

write out the commands necessary to confuse the routers in this topology so

that packets destined for 172.16.3.1 would continually bounce between R1 to

R2?

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Re: Challenge!

Why?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Challenge!

Is this a "challenge" for you or a challenge for us.

If this is a challenge for us, I agree with Andrew's succinct comment.

Community Member

Re: Challenge!

of course,the "challenge" for me,SOS.

Green

Re: Challenge!

OP: Perhaps you should have titled the post more honestly: "Homework!!!"

or

"Oh please please please help me figure out this stuff that I slept through in class" ...

;-{

Community Member

Re: Challenge!

sorry,This 'challenge' just for me ,I'm a self-learner,SOS!

Community Member

Re: Challenge!

do you mean both of r1 and r2 should have route loop destinated to 172.16.3.1 ?

Community Member

Re: Challenge!

yes, using only distance command to implement.

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