Answer: When a link changes state, a link-state advertisement (LSA) concerning that link (route)
is created by the device that detected the change and propagate to all neighboring devices using a special multicast address. This is
Does the Router which notices the link state change actually floods the network, or in reality the router sends the new LSA to the DR; then the DR would send out the LSA to all other routers in the network ? Thanks for your great help !
Very good observation about the Multiaccess vs NBMA environment.
In addition to the sending the LSA to ALLDRouters (18.104.22.168) upon link state change, doesn't the router also send the LSA to all its interfaces in order to notify adjancent routers ? Isn't that right ?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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