Is there a way to upgrade a Cisco 866VAE router to support the OSPF routing protocol?
I work for the government and we purchased a Cisco 866 VAE router for a project. Our base network runs OSPF routing protocol and we need to know if there is a way to upgrade the router that we purchased to support this protocol.
I understand that it will run RIP without any problems. My base network runs OSPF, so now I have to find a way to configure this router to interact with my base network without changing the base network. I am unable to change the base network because of other projects running on the network. Thanks for all the help.
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