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Routing problem..

R1

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____________|___Ethernet_____________

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R2 R3

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Link1 . . Link2 . Link3

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. . .

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R4

i have an OSPF network with 3 normal areas and of course a backbone area( area 0)

and one router that resides in area (2) is connected by two links to one ABR and one

link to the other ABR routers that connects area (2) to area (0).

i tried to draw a diagram for the topology , R1 is connected to Internet and the

Ethernet is in area(0), R2 and R3 are ABRs.

R4 is a remote site and having two links (T1)links to the each for ABR.

note: tha ABRs are on ethernet segment.

how can i load balance between the 3 T1 links while the R1 router only sees 2 routes

for networks on R4

can anyone help me in this problem.,

Thanks

Mhaddad

3 REPLIES
New Member

Re: Routing problem..

By default OSPF will load balance over a max of 4 equal cost paths, this can however be changed with the maximum-paths command.

Could you draw an image showing the areas, it may help me to understand exactly whats going on?

Regards

John

New Member

Re: Routing problem..

john

thanks for your reply, i already tried to draw an image..but it is not working when i try to submit the image on the site..:))

if u can give me ur mail, i can send u the drawing ..i will be gratefull

Thanks & regards

Mohamed

New Member

Re: Routing problem..

You can get me at

John@Protocol16.co.uk

Regards

John

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