6 Replies Latest reply: Mar 30, 2019 11:40 PM by bobhatbobhat RSS

    OSPF network type

    Nam Nguyen

      Hi all,

      Does 2 OSPF form a full adjacency if one has the connected interface's network type different from the other?

      I have a topology:

      (loopback 1.1.1.1/32)R1(f0/0) ---- (f0/0)R2(loopback 2.2.2.2/32)

      Config OSPF on both, but change network type of f0/0 on R1 into point-to-point.

      I see that;

      R1 and R2 can form FULL/- adjacency relationship.

      R2 claims to be DR and see R1 as BDR.

      R1 still see R2 as a neighbor connected via point-to-point link.

       

      R1 and R2 don't learn routes advertised by each other.

       

      In CCNA route (page 504), I see that 2 OSPF router only form neighbor relationship only if 3 parameters match with each others.

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      In Hello packet, there is no field represent network type. How can received router determine which network type interface of neighbor are?