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Routing Protocol in Hub-Spoke network

What would be the best approach for HUB-SPOKE WAN network consisting

of one hub and 200 spoke endpoints out of the following approaches?

1.) fully static routes ?

2) Fully ospf ( with several areas )?

3.) static and ospf mix with redistribute ?

Any referance/ sample would be appreciated.

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Re: Routing Protocol in Hub-Spoke network

If you are using Cisco routers for all sites and you do not require disabling CDP, you might want to try using ODR:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps1835/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a00800ca75f.html

Re: Routing Protocol in Hub-Spoke network

Hi,

using static routes would be an administrative overhead.

You can use either ospf or eigrp. I have seen networks running EIGRP over a 1500 remotes...Its pretty stable.

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