Seeking a Cisco CCENT or CCNA Routing and Switching certification? Then you need to learn about the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol, a building block in routing fundamentals for IP networks. OSPF is a hierarchical routing protocol used to determine the best route for delivering packets.
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Lesson 2: Areas and Router Roles
Lesson 3: Packet Types and the Link State Database
Lesson 4: Neighbor Establishment
Lesson 5: Route Selection, Designated Routers, Link State Advertisements and Basic OSPF Configuration
Lesson 6: Troubleshooting Adjacency Problems
Lesson 7: Virtual Links
Lesson 8: Media Options
Lesson 9: Link State Advertisements
Lesson 10: Regular, Stub, and Totally Stubby Areas
Lesson 11: Not So Stubby (NSSA) and Totally NSSA
Lesson 12: Summarization and Filtering
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