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MultiArea OSPF Slides

MultiArea OSPF Slides

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Ch.6 OSPFPart 2 of 2: Multi-Area OSPF
CCNP version 3.0Rick GrazianiCabrillo College
* Updated by HoonJaeLee (DongseoUniv.)2006. 3. 3
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Note
Optional: This lab coincides with my Multi-area OSPF Labhandout, Rick's OSPF Scenarios (Word doc)
Most of the slides in this presentation do not come directlyfrom CCNP 1 version 3.0, OSPF, but slides which containa little more detail and explanation of OSPF.
 
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Optional: Rick’s OSPF Scenarios
Optional: We will be using the following handout for this presentation:Rick’s OSPF Handout:1. OSPF Multi-Area -All Normal Areas2. OSPF Multi-Area -Stub Area3. OSPF Multi-Area -Totally Stubby AreaThis handouts can be downloaded from (Word doc):
http://www.cabrillo.cc.ca.us/ciscoacad/curriculum/presentations/semester5/OSPF_Scenario_Handout.doc
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Part I -LSAsusing all normal areas
Multi Area OSPFNormal Areas
ASBRABR-1ABR-2Internal
Area 51Area 1Area 0172.16.0.0/16
172.16.1.0/24172.16.51.0/24172.16.10.4/30
 
172.16.20.0/2410.1.0.0/24
11.0.0.0/812.0.0.0/813.0.0.0/8
.1.1.2.3.5.6.1Lo - RouterID192.168.2.1/32Lo - RouterID192.168.1.1/32Lo - RouterID192.168.3.1/32
Pri 100Pri 200
Lo - RouterID192.168.4.1/32
Suggestion to Instructors
:Draw this network on thewhite-board as it will be usedfor discussion throughoutthese slides.
 
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Topics
Areas
LSAs
show ipospfdatabase (summary of link state database)
show iproute
Stub Areas
Totally Stubby Areas
E1 and E2 routes
Default Routes
Route Summarization
NSSA (Not So Stubby Areas)
Multiple ABR Scenario
Multiple ASBR Scenario
Virtual Links
Load Balancing
show commands
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Issues with large OSPF nets
Large link-state table
 – Each router maintains a LSDB for all links in the area – The LSDB requires the use of memory
Frequent SPF calculations
 – A topology change in an area causes each router to re-run SPF torebuild the SPF tree and the routing table. – A flapping link will affect an entire area. – SPF re-calculations are done only for changes within that area.
Large routing table
 – Typically, the larger the area the larger the routing table. – A larger routing table requires more memory and takes more time toperform the route look-ups.
Solution
: Divide the network into multiple areas

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