Hi guys. I`m being tasked to add OSPF authentication to all our devices that use OSPF. I did some research and I know how to do it. The thing is, I'm not sure how I could do it in a timely manner... Also, how can I tell which interface is in which OSPF process? When I do a show ip ospf, it lists the processes and tells me how many interfaces are in the process but doesn't tell me which ones.
Is there a way to enter the md5 password at the area level instead of at the interface level? That would be much quicker and easier for me.
Thanks for your reply, Istvan, although it's a bit of a letdown since I have lots of interface to configure :( On our main switch I have 3 processes with about 30 interfaces. Is it possible to enter the "Ip ospf message-key 1 md5 password on an interface range?
Thanks, Victor, I will check to make sure there aren't any problems with the key. I did some tests and it seems I can set a key for an interface even though authentication is not set in the area. This simplifies my task since I'll just apply the command to a range of interfaces.
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