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ospf issue

hi all,

consider multiaccess domain, I've 5 router configured with ospf.

1st is dr, 2nd is bdr, and all other routers.

what happens when at same time both dr &bdr goes down.

I'll be thankfull if some one post problem they have faced on ospf and how they troubleshoot it.

thanking you,

prashanth.

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Re: ospf issue

Hi Prashanth

If you lose both the BDR and the DR then a new election would be held. First the BDR would be elected, then as there is no DR the BDR would be promoted to a DR and another election would be held for another BDR.

HTH

Jon

Re: ospf issue

As Jon says, a new election will take place. Provided of course that you have not set the priorities of the other routers to 0 in an attempt to stop them becoming DR. I would give, say, priority 100 to the router you want to become DR, 90 to the one you want to be BDR, and leave the rest at 1.

Kevin Dorrell

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Re: ospf issue

The RID and priority values only matter when there's an election and the values will not preempt an already elected B/DR. So if your high priority routers come online *after* your lowbies, a lowbie will still be B/DR. You'll have to 'clear ip ospf ' on the lowbie B/DR in the right order to make sure the high priority routers get back B/DR status.

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Re: ospf issue

hi all,

i thank all of you for good responses.

thanking you,

prashanth.

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