When ospf routers make neighbours, are all these via the DR, so bascially there are no direct neighbours, so if the dr goes off, all neighbourships are lost for a while ? I gather the DR/BDR tell the DRothers what the neighbours should be ? am i correct ?
if I may corrwct myself here, Am i correct in saying all routers for there own peer relationships but the updates will only be propogated to the DR and BDR and they will then inform the DRothers about the changes ?
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