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Cisco 801 ISDN and OSPF, it's possible??

Hello,

I have trying to run OSPF on a Cisco 801 ISDN Router, but i have an error like this:

router(config)#router ospf 1

Unknown routing protocol

router(config)#

Has the 801 router support for OSPF routing?

The router work with a 12.2 IOS Version.

Thanks

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Re: Cisco 801 ISDN and OSPF, it's possible??

Hello,

I tried keying in 801 ISDN on Software advisor and it doesnt list OSPF as supported.

Sankar

PS: please remember to rate posts!

Though I do see EIGRP and RIP.

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Re: Cisco 801 ISDN and OSPF, it's possible??

Hello,

as a matter of fact, none of the 800 routers support OSPF. Here is the relevant Q&A from CCO:

Q. Why is it that my Cisco 800 router does not run OSPF?

A. Cisco 800 routers do not support OSPF. However, they do support Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP).

HTH,

Nethelper

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Re: Cisco 801 ISDN and OSPF, it's possible??

Hello,

I tried keying in 801 ISDN on Software advisor and it doesnt list OSPF as supported.

Sankar

PS: please remember to rate posts!

Though I do see EIGRP and RIP.

Re: Cisco 801 ISDN and OSPF, it's possible??

This is likely to be a SOHO or ip-base router.

Not all routing protocols are implemented in these.

The hardware is capable indeed but you need to use a different feature set of the IOS.

To upgrade the router, you will have to buy the feature set upgrade from Cisco and (if required) you should upgrade Flash and/or DRAM.

You are likely to spend less on a new router than this upgrade might cost you.

Regards,

Leo

Bronze

Re: Cisco 801 ISDN and OSPF, it's possible??

Hello,

as a matter of fact, none of the 800 routers support OSPF. Here is the relevant Q&A from CCO:

Q. Why is it that my Cisco 800 router does not run OSPF?

A. Cisco 800 routers do not support OSPF. However, they do support Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP).

HTH,

Nethelper

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